Last Saturday was World Diabetes Day (WDD) with the theme for 2020 being "Nurses Make the Difference"
. This is one of the worlds largest and most successful awareness campaigns aimed at providing education about the escalating health threat posed by diabetes, along with medical updates and support for people living with this disease.
Launched in 1991, the 14th November was chosen as the official annual date for WDD in recognition of Sir Frederick Banting, a medical scientist who co-discovered Insulin and was the first person to use it on humans.Essential oils, aromatherapy, and diabetes
Diabetes is a disease that occurs when your blood glucose (or blood sugar) is too high. This affects the way your body produces and uses insulin which, unmanaged, can lead to serious symptoms and complications. Check out the short video (0.55s) from the WDD Campaign here
for a clear explanation on the types of diabetes and their differences. Then take a look at my latest blog post "Natural therapy for all Types. Essential Oils and Diabetes" which lo
oks at ways aromatherapy and treatment with essential oils, may help. with the symptoms and complications of diabetes.