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How can I have good health after 62 years of diabetes???


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Old 01-05-2008, 03:16   #1
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great post..... survive with diabetes mellitus.


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I post on several sites. A teen on diabetesteentalk.com asked me the question posed in the title of this thread. Here is my answer:

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Hello Richard,

There is only way to maintain good health with diabetes is Yoga practice, age doesn?t matter with yoga. The research is conducted in many medical centers the world over for several years under the strict supervision of senior medical experts.

There is nothing to fear provided he knows the right Yoga practices to do. Since Diabetes affects the pancreas, and endocrine gland, the generation and its subsequent supply into the system stop. This is owing to a sympathetic-parasympathetic imbalance in the body. Yoga recognizes this and seeks to restore the balance through a set of practices. These include Yoga poses, breathing exercises, cleansing techniques, meditation and lots of relaxation practices.

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Thanks for the link...This is a great post, and I would like to congratulate you on your control and success. Keep up the awesome work!

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It's simple, you are a freak of nature, Richard!

(Richard knows I am kidding, he is a friend of mine)

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It's simple, you are a freak of nature, Richard!

(Richard knows I am kidding, he is a friend of mine)

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ROFL!! Thanks Lloyd, I neeeded that. I was thinking the same thing only... I wasn't kidding. Actually getting the sugars under control and laughing whenever you get the chance is valuable as he does. Yes, Richard is a Friend of half the Diabetes population. That's only because he hasn't met the rest yet.

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I am feeling very chipper today! I may be over the hill but that is better than being under it!

I had ham and eggs for breakfast this morning. Ham and eggs is a days work for a chicken but a lifetime commitment for a pig.

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