Recognizing the first signs early on – healing practice

Almost everyone has heard of the severe chest pain that strikes in a heart attack and leaves no doubt. But the disease is not always so dramatic. (Image: fizkes / stock.adobe.com) Silent heart attack is just as dangerous as a classic heart attack Severe pain in the chest and upper abdomen, which can radiate into […]

Recognizing the first signs correctly – healing practice

Almost everyone has heard of the severe chest pain that strikes in a heart attack and leaves no doubt. But the disease is not always so dramatic. (Image: fizkes / stock.adobe.com) Silent heart attack is just as dangerous as a classic heart attack Severe pain in the chest and upper abdomen, which can radiate into […]

Diabetes and exercise

Every November 14, the World Health Organization commemorates World Diabetes Day as an opportunity to raise awareness about the impact of diabetes on people’s health and share what is being done globally to improve their health. prevention, diagnosis and management. The World Day theme for 2021 is “Access to diabetes care: if not now, when?”. […]

Is intermittent fasting for weight loss safe for type 2 diabetics?

Intermittent fasting has become the dominant pattern in the world today in order to lose weight, as people adopt this modified version of the traditional fasting method to shed kilos and improve their health, and the eating pattern that is taken between fasting and eating is generally considered safe to practice for most people, but […]

Artificial pancreas could replace insulin injections – healing practice

According to the Fraunhofer Institute, the automated administration of insulin via an artificial pancreas could revolutionize the treatment of type 2 diabetes. (Image: mi_viri / stock.adobe.com) Cover insulin requirements with an artificial pancreas Experts from the Fraunhofer Institute for International Management and Knowledge Economy suggest in a current report that the treatment of type 2 […]

Common but unrecognized disorder promotes diabetes in women

>> Thirty million people with diabetes do not have access to enough insulin>> About 2.5 million Moroccans with diabetes>> WHO wants to expand access to diabetes treatments A diabetic woman measures the glycemia in her blood with a glucometer in Paris. Photo: AFP / VNA / CVN “Women with polycystic ovary syndrome (have) twice the […]