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Why Water Helps Manage Diabetes

 

Why Water Helps Manage Diabetes

Do you know why water helps manage diabetes?  Naturally, this study of water and how it works just leads to more questions.  Why are we just now finding out about this?How water can help manage diabetes

Like what else is affected?  The list of “diseases” that seem to be the result of long time dehydration goes on.

There is so much water.  It is not expensive for most of you.

One of particular interest to me is Adult Diabetes. Or Diabetes 2.

This is such a silent thing, like aching joints.  Just shows up for no apparent reason one day. 

Makes sense that if you might be able to help your body stay healthy.  (This site has some explanations of the relationship of drinking water and diabetes.) 

How can you stay healthy and not develop diabetes?. 

But can you?

One of the symptoms of diabetes is extreme thirst  Of course, this, along with loss of energy.   

Most doctors say that you need to change your diet.  When you have high sugar begin showing up in your blood tests.  This should help you keep from developing diabetes. 

But what if you also need to start drinking more water? 

As the statement from the doctor says “developing” diabetes, apparently it is a condition that starts slowly in some people bodies. 

Others, this disease does not seem to affect.

As always, we need a healthy diet

Yes, diet is often an important factor in many conditions that start slowly to make themselves known in your system. 

Some families seem more prone to this condition than others.  But could it be because they all have the same habits of not drinking enough water? 

That is as reasonable as any other explanation.  

Could this condition develop because you have not been drinking enough water?  Not been drinking enough water for years now.  

Results of dehydration

Are your normal body functions for keeping blood sugar regulated are worn out.  Has your body been having to function in a dehydrated situation for so long?  

There are two kinds of diabetes.  

Type I requires medication because the pancreas no longer produces any insulin. This kind of diabetes requires insulin injections.  This is called insulin- dependent diabetes.

Yes, diet is often an important factor in many conditions that start slowly to make themselves known in your system.  Build problems in your body.

A natural tendency for diabetes.

Some families seem more prone to this condition than others.  

But could it be because they all have the same habits of not drinking enough water? 

That is as reasonable as any other explanation.  

Who is next?

Are you in the line this condition develop?  Just because you have not been drinking enough water?  For years now.  

Remember, your bodies’ system is worn out with having to function in a dehydrated situation? 

So of course diet is important.

Type 1 usually makes you aware quickly that something is wrong. Insulin is an important trigger for many of the bodies functions in everyday life. 

These symptoms can sometimes be very dangerous and must have attention immediately.  This is a serious condition.

Type 2 diabetes usually develops more slowly  

In this condition, the release of insulin is slowed down or stopped. Generally, this kind makes itself known by unusual thirst.  After the thirst, there is often a noticeable loss of energy.

As the body releases less and less insulin, the symptoms build to the point of resulting in a more serious condition. 

There is another type of diabetes that needs the help of some chemicals.  The chemicals help the body release the insulin in the correct amounts needed for it to run efficiently. 

This kind of diabetes is called Insulin-Independent. 

 As the body releases less and less insulin, the symptoms build to the point of resulting in a more serious condition. 

Then there is the more common kind of diabetes.

This is the kind that usually develops in older adults. 

This kind of diabetes is regulated with a dry tablet form of medication.

Studies show good results.

This is the kind of diabetes that studies indicate will probably respond the quickest to more water.   Daily attention to a routine that includes drinking more water.

This attention to drinking more water could correct the effects of years of dehydration.  

Is this a something you should consider

The changes that happen in the body when you are extremely dehydrated are very similar to the conditions found in diabetes. 

When given enough water, for an extended time, the body could respond with a more natural insulin production.  This could allow you to heal naturally. Stop the medication.  

As in most natural healing, it does not happen overnight.  There must be a prolonged time for the natural functions of the body to heal and function.

ReportsWhy water helps manage diabetes

There are reports from people who have been able to reduce their dependence on medication by drinking more water.  They report that it took 3 to 6 weeks, sometimes even longer to get their body to begin to function properly.  

Drinking more water

The real difficulty is teaching one’s self to drink more water, every day.  

This is harder that one might think.  

You will need to be ever diligent to the amount you drink each day.  This is not a habit for me yet.  

I have been working with this water theory for several months.  I drink more water than I did. 

However, I am still short of anything but maintaining. At least most days.

Old dogs, new tricks

As this is more difficult than one would think,  I have some of assembled some of the ideas I have used.  They are helping.  

Young people pop right into it.  I have acquaintances who easily drink 130 oz or more every day.

Senior citizens, not so quick

Either that or my dehydrated condition is more of a habit than I realized.

However, drinking more water is also important to a healthy aging process.  

I will retrain myself.  I can keep improving one step at a time.  

Enjoying retirement time is too important to allow something so simple to mess it up.  This Why water helps manage diabetesmay not happen overnight, but I can do this.  

Can you?

 

 

 

Goes without Saying

Important medical disclaimer.

I am not a Doctor, Lawyer, or Investment advisor.

I am simply a fellow traveler on this road through retirement.

Here,  I share what I have found through actual practice or through a stumbling effort to improve myself. 

Your results, should you adopt one of my suggestions will probably be 100 times better as you are probably a much stronger person than I am. 

This retirement stuff is hard!  Retirement would be a challenge even if it did not involve the aging process.

We have to work together to make the best of it!  Lifetime habits, good and bad, accompany us on this journey we are on. We sometimes are not aware of how we hinder ourselves. My intent is to call attention to what I have found along the way that either teaches, warns, helps, or hinders me.  

I hope you can learn, laugh, think about, and pick up a suggestion that will make things better for you.  Sharing is how we do it.  Do you have a suggestion that you can share?  Please leave your comment.

 

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