DIABETES in common


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DIABETES in common
A disorder that affects the way body uses food for energy. Normally, sugar taken is digested and broken down into a simple sugar known as glucose. It then circulates in blood where it waits to enter cells to be used as fuel. Insulin, a hormone produced by pancreas, thus, helps move glucose into cells. A healthy pancreas adjusts the amount of insulin based on level of glucose. But, if diabetes, this process breaks down, and blood sugar levels become too high.
There are two main types of full-blown diabetes.
Pre-Diabetes: means that cells in body are becoming resistant to insulin or pancreas is not producing as much insulin as required. If blood glucose levels are higher than normal, but not high enough to be called diabetes.
    This is also known as “impaired fasting glucose” or “impaired glucose tolerance”.
    Type 1: A person can’t make any insulin, can be caused by genetic disorder.
    Type 2: A person has adequate insulin, but cells have become resistant or don’t respond to it. In either case, glucose cannot move into cells and blood glucose levels can become high. Over time, these high glucose levels can cause serious complications. It’s a lifestyle disease, triggered by obesity, lack of exercise, increased age and to some degree, genetic predisposition.
    Risk Factors:
Short-term complications: Day-to-day problems that can attack without warning, such as hypoglycemia and hyperglycemia.
Long-term complications: •Nephropathy, kidney disease in Diabetes •Neuropathy and Diabetes •Retinopathy and Diabetes •Erectile Dysfunction and Diabetes •Depression and Diabetes •Heart Disease and Diabetes •Stroke and Diabetes •High Blood Pressure and Diabetes
Diabetes can affect other aspects of body as well. Besides cardiovascular diseases and associated conditions, it can also wreak havoc with emotions and alter quality of life.
Hypoglycemia also known as low blood sugar, occurs when blood sugar level drops too low for cells to act properly. It happens more often with Type 1 diabetes, but sometimes happen with Type 2, if medication is too potent or exercising a lot. Not enough sugar in blood means that cells do not have enough glucose for energy. Brain also needs glucose to act. It doesn’t make its own glucose and is dependent on glucose in blood. When experiencing hypoglycemia, there might be feeling of nervous or shakiness, dizziness or light-headed, sleepy or hungry. May be confused, sweaty or have difficulty in speaking or walking.
Hyperglycemia also known as high blood sugar, a condition that happens when too much glucose circulating in blood, either body doesn’t produce any insulin or insulin produced is ineffective. Signs of hyperglycemia include increased thirst, increased urination and/or increased hunger. Also blurred vision, fatigues, weight loss, poor wound healing, dry mouth and dry or itchy skin can go with long-term hyperglycemia.
    Blood glucose levels of over 240 mg/dl can sometimes cause body to release Keaton’s into blood. If blood glucose continues to increase, body goes into an “energy crisis” and starts to break down stored fat as an alternate energy source.
Keaton’s in blood as fat is burned for energy, as level rises, blood becomes more and more acidic. To understand diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA), means body either can’t make insulin anymore or can’t effectively use insulin produced. Insulin is a hormone that helps move glucose out of blood into cells where it can be used for energy.
Diabetes Infection; a person with diabetes is at higher risk than other people as it makes it hard for body to move glucose, main form of sugar in body, from blood to cells that causes symptoms and illnesses, which may include:

  • boils, which are infections of hair follicles
  • breathing difficult, or shortness of breath
  • carbuncles, which are infections of tissue immediately under skin
  • deep cough that produces phlegm
  • fever
  • foot and leg infections, including diabetic foot ulcers, which are caused by poor circulation
  • gum infections, known as gingivitis which may produce pain, swelling, and redness in gum line
  • lung and sinus infections
  • nail infections
  • nausea and vomiting
  • nerve damage, known as diabetic neuropathy
  • ringworm and athlete’s foot
  • sty’s, which are infections of eyelid
  • urinary tract infections which may cause cloudy or bloody urine or painful urination
  • vaginal yeast infections in women and jock itch in men which may cause itching, vaginal discharge, or pain
  • weakness

Causes vary depending on type of infection and long-term effects may be;

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

TriOrigin, a powerful tool aids in strengthening immune system and diabetesTriserves to prevent diseases, control pain and increases both; ability to act and quality of lives. It has assisted many who were not successfully treated through conventional medicine. Several conditions can be dramatically improved or remedied in including DIABETESIn TriOrigin, its traditionally accomplished through insertion of micro needles at certain energy meridians, joints of affected organs points, or energy flow located along meridians in miniature form of hands. The remission of disease can be achieved, and medicaments’ therapy simultaneously can be reduced or eliminated altogether. As energy may go up-to any extent at any level, it is quite possible to have positive results irrespective of insulin level. According to clinical analysis, it has been observed that one may start feeling positive results from first few sessions of acupuncture TriOrigin.

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Diabetes common symptoms and micro acupuncture on index finger…


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  • Any cuts or bruises that slow to heal
  • An infection that frequently recurs may be of the skin, bladder, or gums
  • Blindness, leading cause of it
  • Blurred vision
  • Boils, which are infections of hair follicles
  • Breathing difficult, or shortness of breath
  • Bruises or cuts that process slow to heel
  • Carbuncles that are infections of tissue immediately under skin
  • Cough whooping that produces phlegm
  • Fatigue severely
  • Feeling of numbness in hands or feet
  • Foot and leg infections
  • 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 gum lining
  • Kidney failure, may be leading cause due to diabetes
  • Nail infections
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Neuropathy or nerve disease from mild to severe forms of damage to nervous systems
  • Night sweats
  • Numbness in hands or feet.
  • Polyphagia or Polydipsia ‘Increased hunger or thirst’ apparently
  • Polyuria or urination frequent, inconsistent
  • Ringworm and athlete’s foot
  • Signs of dehydration such as dry mouth
  • Skin rashes, coughing, or runny nose
  • Sty’s, which are infections of eyelid
  • Thirst and hunger apparently increased
  • Tingling or numbness in hands or feet
  • Urinary tract infections that may cause cloudy or bloody urine or painful urination
  • Vaginal yeast frequent infections in women and jock itch in men, causes itching, vaginal discharge, or pain
  • Weakness, causes of infections in a person with diabetes vary depending on type of infection present
  • Weight gain or weight loss visibly more
You May Have Below Common Symptoms of Diabetes! If you have noticed any of the following;
  • Inability to move one side of the face
  • Difficult talking or making you understood
  • Difficult thinking
  • Difficult walking

Certain symptoms suggest a serious cause of tingling and numbness that requires prompt attention. Please also Note: It’s also common to have NO SYMPTOMS with either diabetes or pre-diabetes. A person is more susceptible to infections.
IN TriOrigin that is traditionally accomplished through insertion of very fine needles at correspondence points, located along the meridians pathways along which Qi travels, connecting the surface of body energetically with the internal organs in miniature form of hands, feet, or stimulation by any means thereby produces a polarity or electrical gradient, facilitating electromagnetic diasympconduction, or movement of Qi. This way one may get positive results even if the value shows exorbitant figures. There seems to be little sensitivity to the insertion of acupuncture needles. Occasionally, there is a moment of discomfort as needle penetrates skin, but once needles are in place, most people relax and even fall asleep for the duration of treatment. Study of acupuncture suggested that treating such problems with acupuncture has a positive and holistic effect. The concept of TriOrigin itself is enough powerful to give positive results not only in diabetes but also to other related symptoms.

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HYPOGLYCEMIA and easy way out through energy pathways on hands only!


Low blood glucose levels became very low to be known as hypoglycemia (or a ‘hypo’), and happen because any insulin in body has moved too much glucose out of the bloodstream. In most cases, hypoglycemia occurs if one has taken too much insulin, although it can happen if one skips a meal, exercise very vigorously, or drinks alcohol on an empty stomach. It happens more often with Type 1 diabetes, but it can sometimes happen with Type 2, if medication is too potent.
Symptoms ‘hypo’ includes though symptoms comes up usually quickly:

  • clumsiness, pallor, coldness
  • dizziness,
  • feeling shaky, nervousness, anxiety
  • feeling weak,
  • headache
  • hunger, and
  • nausea (feeling sick), vomiting, abdominal discomfort,
  • palpitations, tachycardia
  • sweating,
  • tingling lips,
  • trouble talking or light-headed and irritable,

A hypo can be brought under control simply by eating or drinking something sugary, such as fizzy drink, sugar cubes, chocolates or raisins. After having something sugary, one should then eat carbohydrate foods.
This immediately assist in developing complication such as of attack. If ‘hypo’ is not brought under control it can lead to: confusion, slurred speech, and unconsciousness. If this occurs, one will need to have an emergency. Other causes of hypoglycemia include kidney failure, certain tumors as insulinoma, liver disease, inborn error of metabolism, or severe infection.
Prevention:
The most effective means of preventing further episodes of hypoglycemia depends on the cause. The risk of further episodes of diabetic hypoglycemia can often (but not always) be reduced by lowering the dose of insulin or other medications, or by more meticulous attention to blood sugar balance during unusual hours, higher levels of exercise, or decreasing alcohol intake.
Many of the inborn errors of metabolism require avoidance or shortening of fasting intervals, or extra carbohydrates
Hypoglycemia due to hormone deficiencies such as hypopituitarism or adrenal insufficiency usually ceases when the appropriate hormone is replaced.
Hypoglycemia due to dumping syndrome and other post-surgical conditions is best dealt with by altering diet. Including fat and protein with carbohydrates may slow digestion and reduce early insulin secretion. Some forms of this respond to treatment with a glucoside inhibitor, which slows starch digestion.
Reactive hypoglycemia with demonstrably low blood glucose levels is most often a predictable nuisance which can be avoided by consuming fat and protein with carbohydrates, by adding morning or afternoon snacks, and reducing alcohol intake.
Idiopathic postprandial syndrome without demonstrably low glucose levels at the time of symptoms can be more of a management challenge. Many people find improvement by changing eating patterns (smaller meals, avoiding excessive sugar, mixed meals rather than carbohydrates by themselves), reducing intake of stimulants such as caffeine, or by making lifestyle changes to reduce stress.
In non-conventional concept of colors energy, one can find the difference even in first few applications. After overcoming one should properly get sessions to avoid later complications. As symptoms represents hypoglycemia is much hypoglyhigher in a person who takes insulin than in someone who does not because injected insulin cannot be “turned off,” diabetic hypoglycemia has a greater chance of progressing to serious impairment if not treated, compared to most other forms of hypoglycemia. Glucose levels are often above normal for long periods of time in persons with diabetes, hypoglycemic symptoms may sometimes occur at higher thresholds than in people whose blood sugar is usually normal.
The human body has to ingest carbohydrates, break them down to simple sugars like glucose, absorb these in the small intestine, and then store them in the liver. Today, the world medical practices witness the development of a unique trend and treatment of diseases that show serious and even phenomenal results from the beginning through the concept TriOrigin acupuncture. It’s methods, from the simplest to complex ones, are self-sufficient for coping even a problem hypoglycemia.
Glucose is as essential to life as water and oxygen. Cells use it as a source of energy to power a wide range of biochemical reactions. In nature, glucose exists in a stored form, in carbohydrates like starches and sugars.

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