Combining Hijama Therapy and Diet for Diabetes Control

Hijama and Diabetes

Did you know that 280 Australians develop Diabetes every day?

Diabetes Mellitus is a condition where insulin, which is a hormone that controls blood glucose levels, is no longer produced or can no longer produce sufficient amounts to break down the glucose in your body. Diabetes affects many parts of the human body and can damage the internal organs if not monitored with correct medication, diet and lifestyle changes.
Diabetes can cause damage to the eyes, teeth, gums, heart, kidneys, blood vessels and nerves.

Hijama and Diabetes

What Are The Causes Of Diabetes?

There are a variety of causes for Type 2 Diabetes. If you have a family history of Diabetes, you may be more likely to develop the condition if you are not cautious. Some causes of Diabetes Mellitus include:

  • Overweight or obesity
  • High intake of processed foods and refined sugars
  • Lack of dietary fibre and nutritious food
  • Living a sedentary lifestyle
  • Increasing age
  • Stress
Hijama and Diabetes

How can Hijama Assist With Diabetes?

Although Hijama is not a cure for diabetes, it can assist by detoxing the body and blood by reducing the toxic accumulated waste in the body and improving blood circulation. Hijama also assists in cleansing the blood and cells, resolving stagnation and blood stasis in the body.

Diabetes can make it difficult to control your blood pressure and cholesterol, which can lead to heart attack and stroke and other serious conditions.

Hijama increases blood flow in the body and improves circulation; it also reduces blood pressure and cholesterol when performed regularly.

It is important to maintain a healthy diet that is high in dietary fibre and nutritious food, and maintain an active lifestyle.

At Masnad Health Clinic, we have Dietitians, Chinese Medicine Therapists and Podiatrists who can assist you in managing your diabetes and help you enjoy a more balanced lifestyle.

Herbal Teas Beneficial for Diabetes Include:

  • Black Ceylon tea
  • Green tea
  • Chamomile
  • Bilberry tea

Now that you know how Hijama works and its benefits if you have diabetes, take the next step by calling us on 02 9793 8840 or book online to experience your amazing Hijama treatment, first hand.

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