Diabetes and Eczema

Does anyone know if there is a relation between diabetes and eczema. Is constant skin itch a sign of diabetes? more  

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There is homeopath medicine called ACID Sulph, take 5 drops 2 times in a day and see the effect. There is no side effect of it or take zocon 150, this also reduce the itching or good for any kind of fungal infections in rainy days in the lower part of body but medical advice is advisable and precautionary. more  
How should one get rid of the itching. My parents have that constant struggle more  
Hello, yes there is a relation between Diabetic and skin issues. Specially in the lower part of the body . I am a diabetic and have constant skin related issues. more  
Should Diabetics Avoid Sugar Completely?

Answer is NO.

Sugar doesn't give you diabetes. It is only when one is diabetic that they are asked to cut down on sugar and foods that have high sugar content. This is a part of diet restrictions that comes with this disease. However, it is not advisable to avoid sugar completely. That can lead to deficiency and further problems. A balanced diet has never harmed anyone, plan yours based around your diabetes.
Try these minor changes and correct adjustments.

1. Never be empty-stomach - This will lead to subsequent drop in blood sugar levels which in turn can possibly lead to major complications. It is important to keep eating from time to time. So, if travelling or at work, make sure you carry snacks to be eaten between meals.
2. Take small but frequent meals - Schedule your day such that you eat at regular intervals. Since you are not supposed to go hungry, make it a point to eat small meals frequently. Portion control is important here.
3. Add more proteins to your diet - While proteins are important for everyone, they hold special importance for a diabetic's diet.
4. Eat whole grains - Whole grains that are rich in fiber are also good for diabetics as they are packed with nutrition. Since the glucose takes longer to break down, these types of foods keep you fuller for a longer time.
5. Take sweet when your sugar level dips - There might be times when your sugar level dips. For unprecedented events like this, always carry something sweet in your body as a precaution. Diabetics should not avoid sugar completely. If at any time one feels giddy or uncomfortable, a bite of something sweet is what is helpful.
6. Do not cut off all foods with sugar - Our body gets sugar from natural foods too, so negating sweet completely would mean you stop eating almost everything. Your aim should be to eat right and not abstain completely. more  
Yes, there is a relation between diabetic and eczema / skin problems in the lower part of body. It seems this is the side effect of the oral Allopathy medicines. There is lots of ways to get rid of the itching. more  
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