Had similar experience to Samantha. Don't know why it does that. Also have found some activities just have a greater effect on sugar levels. Like golfing for instance. I can walk a lot, love to walk and do it often without any issues, but when golfing, sugars drop hard and fast. Have no idea why!!! Bowling has had the same effect. Wierd!!!
So apparently no one has "cured" themselves with yoga. I believe it could be part of a therapy towards cure. For me yoga became too hard because my sugars dropped dramatically while doing it, going way too low. I didn't stick with it long enough to figure out how to do it better. But when something like that can have such a dramatic affect on a sugars it sure must have some value!!
As Steven Tyler sang "Dream On". The only cure for type one diabetes at the moment is to stop taking your insulin, That way you can completely rid yourself from life and the disease for good.I know its sick but its crossed mind many times.
I hear you, but reject your reality! I understand there isn't a cure yet, but that was true at one time for many conditions that now have a cure. Why not me, why not in my lifetime? I have just as much chance of stumbling upon a cure as anyone. At least I am trying. How will we ever know if we don't anyway?
I will continue to dream of finding a cure. You can go on dreaming that there won't be one. That is your choice. I will choose to seek an answer to this, though. Dreams can and do become reality!!
No disease has ever been cured. Improved treatments & sometimes prevention, but, to date, there are no cures for any chronic disease.
I wish & hope for future generations that prevention is possible & one day a cure.
Clearly this issue is up for debate...
However, whether you believe you can or cannot, then you are right!
I will continue to believe I can!