DIABETES Type-1 in micro acupuncture


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Type I a form of diabetes in which very little or no insulin is produced by pancreas, more severe type of diabetes, possibility genetic disorder. Also called juvenile-onset diabetes because it usually comes in childhood or adolescence, diabetes-type1though can strike at any age. Also thought to be an auto-immune disease, as own immune system attacks and destroys its own tissue. When this happens, insulin levels fall back to almost zero, and glucose reaches very high levels.
Symptoms:

  • blurry vision
  • dehydrated and increased thirst (polydipsia) but never quenched
  • dry mouth
  • feeling tired
  • increased hunger (polyphagia)
  • poor healing
  • urination frequent increased (polyuria)
  • weight loss
  • increased risk of urinary tract infection as bladder dysfunction.

Complications of relatively rapid onset include diabetic ketoacidosis and nonketotic hyperosmolar include dry skin, rapid deep breathing, drowsiness, vomiting.
Long term complications include;

  • eye damage
  • foot damage, ulcers
  • heart and blood vessel disease
  • kidney damage (nephropathy
  • nerve damage (neuropathy
  • pregnancy complications
  • skin and mouth conditions
  • stroke

Further, complications may arise from low blood sugar caused by excessive insulin dosing. Diabetes ketoacidosis can cause cerebral edema, a life threatening issue.

If celiac disease with type I diabetes increases risk of complications such as retinopathy and mortality.
Also associated with alopecia areata.
Physiology in diabetes type 1 is a destruction of beta cells in pancreas, regardless of which risk factors or causative entities have been present. Autoimmune response towards beta cells, involving an expansion of autoreactive CD4+ T helper cells and CD8+ T  cells auto antibody producing B cells and activation of innate immune system. Pancreatic beta cells in islets of Langerhans are destroyed, decreasing endogenous insulin production.
Genetic factors influence Diabetes risk genetic in both, there is too much glucose in blood and not enough in cells. High glucose levels in Type I are due to lack of insulin because insulin producing cells have been destroyed.
In lifestyle low carbohydrate diet, exercise and medicaments is useful. A diabetic diet and exercise  are important parts of management. Giving vitamin-D and treated with niacin-amide vitamin-B3 gives positive effect.
Role: Glucose  comes from two major sources; food and your liver. Sugar a main source of energy for cells that makes muscles and other tissues. Sugar is absorbed into bloodstream, where it enters cells with the help of insulin and liver stores glucose as glycogen. When glucose levels are low such as when you have not eaten in a while; liver breaks down the stored glycogen into glucose to keep glucose levels with a normal range. Because insulin is a protein, it cannot be taken as a pill as it is then quickly broken down in stomach acids. Instead, insulin usually injected into fat under skin. Methods of insulin intake vary and may include using an insulin pump, insulin pen, jet injector or insulin patch.
    TriOrigin clinical trials confirm where conventional western medicine unable to succeed even in chronic conditions it works effectively. Several conditions can be dramatically improved. Pancreas insulin dependent means organ stopped functioning towards Darkness condition, and according to energy fundamental concept no function means ‘zero’ Neuto! Neuto TriOrigin, a power towards darkness condition that disrupts bio-energy, flows of qi, or vital energy. It is used to help the body restore balance, treating root of disorder, while specifically addressing symptoms that are unique to everyone.

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ARTERIOSCLEROSIS and color acupuncture on fingers


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ARTERIOSCLEROSIS
It’s a disease of arteries ‘hardening’ thickening, stiffness, and loss of elasticity in artery walls by calcium deposits. AND may affects medium and large arteries, especially those that carry blood to the heart, brain, kidney, and legs.
Causative factors may be when certain fatty substance in blood stern atherosclerosis‘cholesterol, plaque causing cells to die and scars to form thrombus- ‘blood clot’. The build-up of dead cells, calcium, and scar tissue in the plaques makes the arteries hard, narrow and decreased blood flow.  The rough surface of arteries may cause a thrombus (blood clot) to form on the arterial wall.  A thrombus can cause an artery to block suddenly.
Certain risk factors are associated with the development of atherosclerosis, hyperlipidemia, hypertension [high blood pressure], cigarette smoking, high blood levels of cholesterol. Other risk factors include obesity, diabetes mellitus, high blood levels of fatty compounds called triglycerides, and physical inactivity.
Effects of atherosclerosis result from decrease blood flow through the diseased arteries.
Tissues nourished by these arteries do not receive enough oxygen.
A decrease in the blood supply to the brain can cause dizziness, chest pain, heart attack, stroke, numbness, slurred speech, and other symptoms.
In heart, decreased blood supply can produce severe chest pain called angina pectorals.
The complete blockage of an artery supplying blood to heart or the brain, results in heart attack or a stroke respectively.
A reduced flow of blood to the kidneys may cause hypertension or kidney damage.
In legs, it may cause pain while walking, skin sores, or gangrene (death of tissue).
Modifiable

  • Diabetes or impaired glucose tolerance
  • Dysliporoteinemia (unhealthy patterns of serum proteins carrying fats and cholesterol
  • High serum concentration of low density lipoprotein, bad if elevated concentrations and small and or very low density lipoprotein particles
  • Low serum concentration of functioning high density lipoprotein, protective if large and high enough particles
  • An LDL: HDL ration greater than 3:1
  • Tobacco smoking increases more risk
  • Elevated serum C-reactive protein concentrations
  • Vitamin B6 deficiency
  • Dietary iodine deficiency and hypothyroidism, which cause elevated serum cholesterol and of lipid peroxidation

Prevention in color TriOrigin is much more positive through its energy concept. It pays attention to the organic interrelationship between affected parts and meridian that focus at invisible fundamental life energies running all over body along, the situation so called Ki [eight, or TriOrigin], since western medicine looks at visible pathological phenomena. In short, while western medicine grasps human body as physical and employs analytical, artificial cure method, TriOrigin views the human body as a small cosmos energy system and employs general natural cure method. Undoubtedly, there is much more possibility of positive results. To see some sprouting results, apply color marking with permanent marker! Lifestyle change too is of utmost aide such as increasing exercise, stopping smoking, and moderating or avoid alcohol intake.

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OBESITY hypoventilation syndrome (OHS)


OBESITY hypoventilation syndrome (OHS) also known as pickwickian syndrome a condition that occurs in severely obese people who fail to breathe rapidly enough, where poor breathing leads to lower blood oxygen levels and higher blood carbon dioxide levels in blood. Many during sleep having obstructive sleep apnea, awake at night that leads to continual sleepiness in daytime. The disease puts an extra strain on heart, which gradually leads to symptoms heart failure, or such as leg swelling and various other complications. The effective way to over come the syndrome is to cut obese! OHS is distinct from other sleep related breathing disorders although overlap may exist.ohs
    Causes: Most patients with the syndrome having a form of sleep apnea. IT is believed to result from both a defect in brain’s control over breathing, and excessive weight (due to obesity) against chest wall, which makes it hard for a person to take a deep breath. As a result, blood has too much carbon dioxide and not enough oxygen. People with such are often tired due to sleep loss; poor sleep quality, and chronic hypoxia. Hypoventilation occurs when level of alveolar ventilation is insufficient to meet metabolic needs that is characterised by rise in arterial carbon dioxide CO2 tension, normally measured from arterial blood gases. To maintain adequate ventilation relies on capacity of respiratory muscles, load that is placed on these muscles and adequacy of central drive to breathe.
Excess (morbid) obesity is the main risk factor.

Symptoms include:

  • Decreased exercise tolerance and chest pain occur
  • Depressed central ventilator control
  • Depression
  • Excessive daytime sleepiness or interrupted sleep
  • Falling asleep during the day
  • Heart murmur due to blood leaking through tricuspid valve, hepatomegaly (an enlarged liver), ascites and leg edema
  • Hypertension and headaches can happen that worsen condition in morning
  • Increased risk for accidents or mistakes at work
  • Low oxygen level leads to excessive strain on heart as fluid may accumulate in legs in the form of edema, swelling and in abdominal cavity in the form of ascites
  • Neuro hormonal effect
  • Obstructive sleep apnea, condition characterized with snoring, brief episodes at night
  • OHS elevated blood levels of carbon dioxide that causes drowsiness CO2 narcosis may worsen sleepiness. High carbon dioxide can also cause headaches, which further tend to worsen in morning
  • Symptoms of low blood oxygen level (chronic hypoxia) can also occur, such as shortness of breath or feeling tired after very little effort
  • Tightens the small blood vessels in lungs to create an ideal distribution of blood through the lungs that causes to increase pressure on pulmonary artery hypertension, which in turn extra strain on right ventricle, part of the heart that pumps blood to the lungs

Prognosis: Untreated, it can lead to serious heart and blood vessel problems, severe disability, or death. It is further associated with a reduced quality life, which often associate the condition such as asthma, diabetes, and heart failure.

TriOrigin a powerful tool that aids in strengthening the immunity! Obesity is also known to increase risk of needing a knee replacement, but a new study finds that knee replacement surgery may also raise a person’s risk of gaining weight, according to a U.S. study. So, take proper initiative before opting! Clinical analysis confirms that TriOrigin ‘colors’ acupuncture may be effective option without having any side effect as concept is only on palm. It has been proven those who were not successfully treated through conventional western medicine, several conditions can dramatically be improved including OHS. Therapy itself caters to the need of individuals’ basis with the modalities either through fine micro needles to put only 1mm on hands upper skin layer or colors or seeds or through self energy flow techniques! Aim is to promote health and ease sufferings. Give a Try! Treatment can be tailored to individual’s needs.

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