High blood sugar is likely to raise different complications in the body which may be disorders in the heart, kidneys, and eyes and cause loss of calcium resulting in weak bones and unhealing wounds. You may experience disturbance in your neurological network. The heightened blood sugar interferes with the flow of signals through the nerves and weakens the blood capillaries. The diabetic person remains deprived of enough nutrients and oxygen to build his or her body.

Though you can go on with your allopathic treatment, you can also get treated at home with certain natural tips and clinically tested ayurvedic medicine for diabetes:

1. Performing exercise regularly

Exercises like running, skipping, stair climbing and strength training will enable sweat secretion from the sweat glands. Physical exercises cause the body to burn calories and unhealthy fats and also utilize the high blood sugar existing in the bloodstream. As a result, the diabetic person would be able to shed kilos easily.

2. Regulating your carbs

Limiting the consumption of carbohydrates will stabilize the increasing blood sugar levels and improve insulin sensitivity. Normally, insulin stimulates in utilizing the sugar for energy conversion. However, it would be difficult for the insulin to transform the rising carbohydrates and sugar into energy. You can prefer a non-starchy keto diet regularly to keep your sugar spike under control.

3. Consuming more fiber

Any diabetologist would recommend a diabetic to eat high fiber food. Because, it does not get easily absorbed into the body like carbohydrates.. It is easy to maintain the sugar level stable with soluble and insoluble fiber.

·         Soluble fiber

It forms a gel-like substance inside the stomach during the process of digestion. The instances of soluble fiber are apples, bananas, oats, beans, peas, black beans, Brussels and sprouts.

·         Insoluble fiber

It is present in cauliflower, wholegrain wheat, leafy green vegetables and fruits like pineapple, kiwis, strawberries and raisins. It would absorb water in the stool and help in passing the stool easily through the anal canal.

4. Staying hydrated

Drinking enough water around 10 to 12 glasses is another healthy option to improve insulin sensitivity and to let the excess sugar pass through the urine. But avoid sugary drinks or juices made from the Pineapple and watermelon extracts. Juices made from extracts of carrot, tomato and cucumber have a low glycemic index to stabilize the rising blood sugar in the body.

5. Eating food in moderate and small intervals

Eating small amounts in regular intervals will keep rising blood sugar levels and hunger pangs under control. It will control your obesity and keep you light and active throughout the day. Small meals have less sugar compared to large-sized meals. Keeping a gap of 3 hours to 4 hours can help you to keep your blood sugar stable and optimize your digestive system.

Here lies the eating schedule for both type 1 and type 2 diabetes patients

1. In the morning at 6, drink a glass of water filled with Methi Powder on an empty stomach.

2. Consume sugar-free tea with 1 or 2 Mary biscuits at 7 AM

3. You can have 1 plate of Upma or oatmeal along with half a bowl of sprouted grains and 1 glass of cream-free milk and that is without adding sugar at 8:30 AM

4. At 10:30 AM, you can have Chaanch or lemon water with a small fruit, it may be apple, guava or any seasonal one.

5. You can have a bowl of rice, a bowl of dal, a bowl of yogurt, half a cup of mixed vegetables or chicken curry ( if you are a non-vegetarian) and 1 plate of salad between 1 and 2 PM.

6. At 4 PM, you can have herbal tea and a bowl of moong dal sprouts or sugar-free biscuits.

7. At 6 PM, you have an appetizing chicken or vegetable soup.

8. At 8:30 PM, you can have missi rotis of mixed flour, 1 bowl of dal and another bowl of mixed vegetables.

9. You can have cream-free milk with sugar at 10:30 PM.

6. Controlling stress

Stress, depression and anxiety are already known to dampen anyone’s spirit. Being in any form of mental un wellness damages your brain cells and weakens your heart and so does raises your sugar levels. Try to add humor to your life and it will lighten your mood and prevent any sort of complications arising in the retina, heart, kidney and digestive metabolism. As we already say laughter is the best medicine and so it definitely would keep blood sugar levels under control and stimulate your immune system. Meditation and yoga would also help in releasing tension and preventing excess weight gain.

7. Getting adequate sleep

The problem of insomnia can also cause a surge in cortisol levels and high blood sugar.  Getting 7 to 8 hours of sleep during the night will regulate hormones, especially the insulin hormone which controls sugar. One can go with Valerian root to improve the quality of sleep. Even you can have Green tea before going to bed. The presence of L-Theanine in Green tea can cause uninterrupted deep sleep.

8. Medication

You can use Ayush 82 Aadved tablets to optimize your sugar levels in the body. The Ayurvedic blend of Gurmar, Karela seeds, Jamun seeds and mango seeds will stop the resistance of insulin levels and help the absorption of sugar by the cells for energy transformation. It activates the dormant beta cells for insulin production and controls diabetes-related complications.


Heart, kidney, and eye problems, as well as weak bones, unhealing wounds, and calcium loss, can all be consequences of high blood sugar levels. Apply ayurvedic medication and natural remedies to your diabetes treatment at home. Insulin sensitivity can be enhanced and blood sugar levels maintained by regular exercise, carbohydrate restriction, and fiber consumption. Other helpful habits include drinking enough of water, eating in moderation, controlling stress, and getting enough sleep. Ayurvedic medications, such as Aadved Ayush 82 pills, can enhance energy transformation and balance blood sugar levels.