Influence of CBD on diabetes

  • Influence of CBD on diabetes

The survey shows that there are 422 million adult diabetics in the world. The consequences of diabetes country 3.7 million people a year, of which 43% before the 70th year of life. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, a million people become ill in the next five years.

World Diabetes Day, declared by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the International Diabetic Federation, is commemorated on 14 November each year. The aim is to raise awareness of diabetes and support type 2 diabetes prevention programs.

Diabetes

Diabetes is a disease in which the body is unable to deliver enough insulin. There are two main types of diabetes. Type 1 diabetes and type 2 diabetes. The pancreas either stops insulin production (type 1) or no longer provides optimal body performance (type 2).

For type 2 diabetes, diet and lifestyle changes may help, while type 1 diabetes requires regular insulin doses. People with diabetes experience fluctuations in blood sugar levels that need to be controlled by insulin. They must regularly measure their blood sugar using a glucometer.

Influence of CBD

Some health professionals believe that CBD oil, which is obtained by extracting to feed from a cannabis plant, could help patients maintain a healthy glucose level. Many diabetics complain of joint pain. Applying CBD oil to the affected joints can help mention pain. The anti-inflammatory effects of CBD may reduce swelling.

People with diabetes are susceptible to slow wound healing, especially on limbs where blood circulation may be poor. CBD creams, gels or oils may be useful for wounds because it is anti-inflammatory. It is a painkiller that relieves pain. As an antioxidant, CBD helps strengthen the immune system so that it can prevent infection in the wound.

Some people may have trouble sleeping. Many people report that CBD oils help significantly improve sleep quality.

 

Dr. Raphael Mechoulam of the Hebrew University says CBD receptors, which are found throughout the human body, are widely distributed in the pancreas where insulin is produced. Preliminary studies suggest that administration of higher doses of CBD may stimulate drug-free insulin production.

There is also evidence that the anti-inflammatory properties of CBD can help treat diabetes-related conditions.


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