Addressing the Misconceptions and Misunderstandings Surrounding Remission

For eons the prevailing notion, "Once a diabetic always a diabetic" was almost a fact. Today, medical science when coupled with dietary and exercise sciences has proved that 'Diabetes Reversal is in fact a Reality'.

The next logical step had to be aiming for a state of "Remission".

To understand the today's topic better, let’s first understand what Remission means?

Remission in diabetes refers to a state in which a person experiences a significant improvement or complete normalization of their blood glucose levels, to the extent that they no longer require diabetes medication or insulin to manage their condition.

In other words, symptoms and complications associated with diabetes subside or disappear, leading to a period of sustained and controlled blood sugar levels. 

However, there are certain misconceptions and misunderstandings surrounding remission too that can lead to confusion about health conditions.

Here are some key points to consider:

  1. Complete Cure vs. Remission:

    One of the major misconceptions is equating remission with complete cure. This is incorrect. Remission indicates that the symptoms and signs of a condition have subsided, but it doesn't necessarily mean the condition has been permanently eradicated.

  2. Permanent vs. Temporary:

    There's often confusion about the permanence of remission. Some people assume that once a condition is in remission, it will never return. However, remission can be temporary, and the condition might resurface later.

  3. Lifestyle Impact:

    Achieving remission isn't solely about medical interventions. Lifestyle factors, such as diet, exercise, stress management, and sleep, can play a significant role. Some individuals believe that medical treatment alone will lead to remission, but a holistic approach is necessary.

  4. Medication and Remission:

    In certain cases, medication can contribute to remission, but it's not the only factor. Some people may think that taking medications guarantees remission, disregarding the importance of other aspects like adherence to treatment plans, lifestyle changes, and regular medical check-ups.

  5. Severity and Remission:

    People might mistakenly believe that only individuals with severe conditions such as cancer can experience remission. However, remission can occur across a spectrum of conditions and severity levels.

  6. Miscommunication:

    Sometimes healthcare providers might not adequately explain the concept of remission, leading to misunderstandings. Patients may be left with unrealistic expectations or not fully comprehend the potential for relapse if proper expectations are not set at the outset.

  7. Self-Diagnosis:

    With easy access to health information online, individuals might misinterpret their own condition and mistakenly believe they are in remission.

  8. Ignoring Symptoms:

    Assuming that achieving remission means ignoring any recurrence of symptoms can be dangerous. Regular monitoring and reporting of any changes or symptoms are crucial even in a remission phase.

  9. One-Size-Fits-All:

    Another misconception is assuming that the same approach to achieving remission works for everyone. Each person's condition and response to treatment are unique, and tailored treatment plans are essential.

How can we help?

It is important for you to have a comprehensive understanding of what remission entails.

This is what Freedom from Diabetes exactly does.  We educate people to understand the causes of diabetes, how we approach diabetes reversal, and guide them on how to achieve their state of Remission. 

By following our 4 protocols, namely diet, exercise, inner transformation and medical assistance, we have not only made 14000+ people free from their medications but also achieved a milestone of 9000 remissions which is genuinely a matter of great pride.  This success number proves that we are going on the right path.

Do attend our introductory session named "Discover Reversal Session" to get an overview about our holistic approach to the remission process.

This will definitely inspire you to join our annual program Holistic Transformation Program which will take you from the first step of reversing diabetes and onwards to reaching the most sought-after state of "Remission!"