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Diabetes and Energy Medicine

Last modified 2014-03-17 12:55

I recently learned that *8.1 million women in the United States have Diabetes and it is on the rise. While there are two types of diabetes, (Type I and II), it is Type II that develops after the age of 40. It usually progresses slowly and can go unidentified for many years. Let's empower ourselves by looking at what causes this illness and how can we prevent it.

What is Type II Diabetes and How is it Caused?

occurs when the cells in the body reject insulin or the body is not producing enough insulin. Insulin is a hormone that is essential for the body to use glucose for energy. When we eat food, our body converts sugars and starches into glucose to give our cells fuel to function. It is the role of Insulin to take the glucose (sugar), from the blood and transport into the cells. When insulin is not being produced properly, there is a build up of sugar in the blood preventing absorption into the cells. This is when diabetic complications occur.

There are several risk factors associated with Type II Diabetes:-

Prevention:- exercise regularly, eat healthy (green rich diet), eliminate or reduce alcohol consumption, avoid all artificial sugar substitutes like aspartame and use the energy medicine tips described below to restore harmony.

Common Symptoms of Type II Diabetes

It is important to note that symptoms will vary from person to person.

  • Frequent urination
  • Areas of skin darkening
  • Weight loss
  • Still hungry after eating
  • Increased thirst
  • Feeling of weakness and tiredness
  • Loss of consciousness, (this symptom is rare)
  • Slow healing
  • Urinary tract infections

Energy Medicine Quick Tips for Diabetes

For diabetes it is vitally important to work your Spleen energy to bring balance back to your blood sugar. In Oriental Medicine the energies of Spleen and Pancreas are treated together. Your primary focus would be to strengthen the Spleen Meridian and Organ. This can be done a number of ways. The best place to begin is by:-

  1. Sedating Triple Warmer Meridian as it first draws energy from the Spleen compounding the deficiency. Pick your favorite method by using Triple Warmer Sedating Points, do the Triple Warmer Smoothie, or hold the Triple Warmer Neurovascular Points.
  2. Strengthen Spleen Meridian to help create a new pattern of insulin production in the Pancreas. You can begin by holding Spleen Acupressure Strengthening Points, tap or massage Spleen Neurolymphatic Reflex Points, tap or massage the Spleen Source Point (SP 3), or flush the Spleen Meridian by tracing it backwards one time and forward three times.
  3. To promote overall health and wellness and maintain vitality, you will want to commit to doing The Daily Energy Routine and check for any Homolateral energy imbalance. Substance testing for foods, nutritional supplements and medications by a qualified Energy Medicine Advanced Practitioner will assist the Spleen in proper metabolism and improve blood sugar balance. Also doing the Triple Warmer / Spleen hug several times a day will harmonize and support these two systems.

Five Areas Diabetics Should Monitor Carefully

There are a lot of complications caused by diabetes that require extra attention. If you have diabetes, make sure you monitor these five areas on a regular basis.

  • Blood Sugar: Understand how diabetes alters the way food affects your body. Know the signs of low blood sugar. Have a plan in place to correct your blood sugar levels when necessary.
  • Heart Health: Diabetics have a higher risk of heart attacks and . Optimal cholesterol and blood pressure goals are lower for diabetics.
  • Infections: Due to higher blood sugar levels, bacteria grow and infections develop more quickly. Treating infections early on can prevent serious complications later.
  • Feet: Diabetics may suffer from neuropathy, or nerve damage in their feet and can get an injury or serious infection without feeling it. Give your feet a regular visual check.
  • Exercise: Exercise has been shown to decrease blood sugars and improve insulin resistance, the main issue for those with type II diabetes.


 

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