Insights on Type 2 Diabetes & Insulin Resistance

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Modern medicine has broadly accepted the role of psychological stress in the onset and worsening of type 2 diabetes (diabetes mellitus). However, besides the more obvious and tangible forms of psychological stress, certain subconscious beliefs and thought patterns such as lack of self-acceptance, repressed emotions, approval-seeking tendencies, high rejection sensitivity, holding on to the past, unresolved guilt etc., may also play a role in the same, as per the understanding of holistic medicinal approaches.

Furthermore, other factors contributing to its prevalence are obesity, being overweight, physical inactivity, and sleeping problems like insomnia or sleep apnea.

Diabetes (Type 2) is a chronic disease that causes an elevation of glucose in the blood and occurs when your body doesn’t use insulin properly or doesn’t make enough insulin. As per some holistic systems like Metaphysical Healing, Diabetes is the desire to experience the sweetness of life or “madhurya”, where sugar symbolizes sweetness and love. Diabetes signifies a repressed need for control and resistance and difficulty processing sweetness in our lives.

Often, one may want to work toward something but stop due to fear, often associated with patterns of escapism and a longing for what might have been. Furthermore, people who have Diabetes are prone to mood swings, brain fog and depressive tendencies. From a chakra healing perspective, the solar plexus chakra holds the most interest for people with Diabetes because it includes the area in which the pancreas is found. It also closely correlates with the emotional dimensions of the disease outlined above.

Several recent studies focus on special diets, such as Intermittent Fasting, for addressing insulin resistance. Avoiding sugar and other foods with a high glycemic index could also help fix insulin resistance. High-Intensity Workouts and building muscle mass could also benefit and improve insulin sensitivity to quite an extent.

As per conventional medicine, there is no cure for Diabetes, even as the blood sugar levels can be managed. However, most holistic healing systems are significantly more optimistic about healing Diabetes. Some systems, like Metaphysical Healing, Energy healing, even believe that one can heal themselves by healing their mind and improving their thoughts, which will then have a bearing on the physical body. A balanced course of action, taking a view of holistic systems and conventional medicine, will be most beneficial in the case of Diabetes.

Check Out Our Music Track with Healing Affirmations for Type 2 Diabetes and Insulin Resistance on The Infiheal App. Available on Ios

Our track “Manipura”, composed by Prateek Gandhi, will facilitate “letting go”, help develop self-compassion, and self-awareness, reduce stress, improve posture and breath, boost vitality, and help transition to a healthier lifestyle. They will also help in weight loss. They will also help you discover a more incredible sweetness in your life, developing greater mindfulness which will aid in your healing process. Having a zest for life, even celebrating regular activities of the day, can tremendously improve our quality of life. Furthermore, a positive outlook is a key to recovery from any ailment. Hence, our Affirmations work on enhancing mental resilience and teaching a more positive outlook and a belief in the body’s self-healing capacity, which will also improve the body’s responsiveness to Conventional Medicine.

Addressing things spiritually by transitioning from resistance to being more inviting of the possibility and potentiality of love and abundance will help you realize your true potential. Affirmations Voiceovers are performed by a team of experienced and trained professionals like counselling psychologists, doctors and hypnotherapists.

Our track “Manipura” has ethereal atmospheric sounds with powerful chants of “Ham”, a Beej mantra by Saurabh Jain, which has benefits like improving metabolism, increasing vagal tone, boosting the production of Nitric oxide, which helps in improving the symptoms of Diabetes. A Beej mantra is a core mantra (Eg: Om) that is shorter and made of fewer syllables, usually with Anuswaram (Nasal sounds).


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