Is it possible to reverse diabetes?

There is a heated controversy over whether diabetes can be reversed. In this article, we'll give you some information on the topic.

Ariba Naseem

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Published on 23 April 2021 12:35 PM GMT

Is it possible to reverse diabetes?
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There is a heated controversy over whether diabetes can be reversed. In this article, we'll give you some information on the topic. Before we look at whether diabetes is reversible, it's important to understand the difference between Type 1 and Type 2.

Diabetes

Type 1 diabetes, also known as Juvenile Diabetes, is a chronic disease in which the pancreas contains very little to no insulin. This form of diabetes is insulin-dependent since the pancreas produces very little to no insulin. Insulin is needed to transport glucose from the bloodstream to the body's cells. Such disorders have no treatment or reversal, and patients are forced to live with insulin dependence for the remainder of their lives.


Type 2 diabetes, also known as Adult-onset diabetes, is a chronic disease that affects the body's blood sugar processing. The pancreas either produces insufficient insulin or insulin that is resistant in this state. Insulin resistance occurs when cells in your muscles, body fat, and liver begin to resist or ignore the signal sent out by the hormone insulin. The good news is that modern research has shown that insulin resistance can be substantially decreased using a variety of approaches, including those advocated by Diabetes Free Life: diet, exercise, and meditation. In general, such a disorder may be reversed with the right diet, exercise, and meditation.


A cure is described as the permanent relief of the symptoms of a disease or condition. Unfortunately, there is no cure for diabetes in modern medicine. Type 1 diabetes, in particular, has no cure; it can only be treated, not reversed. It is, however, possible to reverse Type 2 Diabetes. An improvement in an existing situation is referred to as reversal. Insulin resistance may also cause high blood sugar, which can be treated. The bottom line is that, while diabetes cannot be "cured," Type 2 diabetes can be "reversed". Reversing Type 2 Diabetes is the process of reducing or eliminating the symptoms of high blood sugar to the point that medication is no longer needed. Eliminating a patient's reliance on their diabetes medicine is liberating and a goal for the majority of patients.

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