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DIABETES  infections, it’s highly individual….
Today, medical practices create a unique trend and treatment of diseases that show serious and even phenomenal results from the beginning through concept TriOrigin. It’s a powerful tool that aids in strengtheningdia-inf immune system and increases the ability to act in more qualitative way. Clinical trials confirm where conventional western medicine unable to succeed even in chronic conditions it works positively. Several conditions can be dr
amatically improved including DIABETES and ingrown infections. As energy, may go up-to any extent even at core levels, it is quite possible to get positive results
irrespective of insulin level. The concept is traditionally accomplished through insertion of fine micro needles, seeds and colors at certain energy gates in miniature form of hands or feet. The pancreas insulin dependent means organ stopped functioning, further towards the Darkness condition, as per energy fundamental concept no function means Neuto State!
Followings are common symptoms~

  • An infection that frequently recurs may be of the skin, bladder, or gums
  • Any cuts or bruises that slow to heal
  • Blurred vision
  • Feeling of numbness in hands or feet
  • Frequent urination
  • Severe fatigue
  • Signs of dehydration such as dry mouth
  • Thirst and hunger apparently increased
  • Visible weight gain or weight loss

Certain symptoms suggest a serious cause of tingling and numbness that requires prompt attention.
Have you noticed any of the following;

  • Inability to move one side of the face
  • Difficult talking or making you understood
  • Difficult walking
  • Difficult thinking

Please also Note: It’s also common to have NO SYMPTOMS with either diabetes or pre-diabetes. A person is more susceptible to infections that may include:

  • Blurred vision
  • Boils, which are infections of hair follicles
  • Carbuncles that are infections of tissue immediately under skin
  • Cough whooping that produces phlegm
  • Breathing difficult, or shortness of breath
  • Fever
  • Foot and leg infections, including diabetic foot ulcers, which are caused by poor circulation and nerve damage, known as diabetic neuropathy
  • Gum infections as gingivitis that may produce pain, swelling, and redness in the gum lining
  • Nail infections
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Ringworm and athlete’s foot
  • Sty’s, which are infections of eyelid
  • Urinary tract infections that may cause cloudy or bloody urine or painful urination
  • Night sweats
  • Skin rashes, coughing, or runny nose
  • Vaginal yeast infections in women and jock itch in men that may cause itching, vaginal discharge, or pain
  • Weakness, causes of infections in a person with diabetes vary depending on type of infection present

The long-term effects of infection may be:

  • Kidney damage from frequent infections, leading to end-stage renal disease
  • Dental problems and gum disease, including gingivitis and periodontitis
  • Permanent skin damage, as infections may cause hot, red, swollen, or inflamed tissues, especially where skin is irritated or broken open
  • Amputation for progressive infection of feet or legs

Goal to effective control of blood glucose, blood pressure, lipids, to minimize the risk of long term consequences associated with diabetes. Though it depends individual based on; Duration, Age/ life expectancy, comorbidity, known cardiovascular disease or advanced microvascular disease, hypoglycemia awareness. It is affected by the need for user anticipation due to the complicating effects of time delays between any activity and the respective impact on glucose system. Management is highly intrusive, and compliance is an issue, since it relies upon user lifestyle change and often upon regular sampling and measuring of blood glucose levels, multiple times a day in many cases. It changes as people grow and develop. It is highly individual, so follow strictly!

https://triorigin.me/ ‘Dr. Dinesh kapur’
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