Monday, March 24, 2008

Diabetes can be cured in Homoeopathy

Worldwide researches are going on Diabetes, how it can be cured. Systematic homeopathic treatments can cure80% of the diabetic patients within two or three years. My little experience is given bellow.

Diabetes is a metabolic disorder, which occurs when the pancreas does not produce enough insulin. Errors in the diet, genetically, after some diseases, after some treatment, psychological stress and mental shock are precipitating factors for diabetes.

In conventional treatment, tablets or insulin is replaced for natural shortage in production of insulin, and there is no rejuvenation of pancreas is taking place. This means there is no recovery from this disease, we have to take medicine life long.

But in Homoeopathic treatment even the insulin dependent patients can be cured. According to homoeopathic case taking and constitutional treatment along with periodical blood reports can save majority of people from these drastic disease. INGAP (Islet Neogenesis Associated Protein] are believe to be responsible for regenerating the islets that make insulin and other important hormones in the pancreas. This may be happening while homoeopathic treatement is giving.

Homoeopathic treatment even the insulin dependent patients can be cured. According to homoeopathic case taking and constitutional treatment along with periodical blood reports can save majority of people from these drastic disease. INGAP (Islet Neogenesis Associated Protein] are believe to be responsible for regenerating the islets that make insulin and other important hormones in the pancreas. This may be what happening while Homoeopathic treatement is giving to the patient.

Common Symptoms of Diabetes

Common symptoms of diabetes

* Fatigue: In diabetes, the body is inefficient and sometimes unable to use glucose for fuel. The body switches over to metabolizing fat, partially or completely, as a fuel source. This process requires the body to use more energy. The end result is feeling fatigued or constantly tired.

* Unexplained weight loss: People with diabetes are unable to process many of the calories in the foods they eat. Thus, they may lose weight even though they eat an apparently appropriate or even excessive amount of food. Losing sugar and water in the urine and the accompanying dehydration also contributes to weight loss.

* Excessive thirst (polydipsia): A person with diabetes develops high blood sugar levels. The body tries to counteract this by sending a signal to the brain to dilute the blood, which translates into thirst. The body encourages more water consumption to dilute the high blood sugar back to normal levels and to compensate for the water lost by excessive urination.

* Excessive urination (polyuria): Another way the body tries to get rid of the extra sugar in the blood is to excrete it in the urine. This can also lead to dehydration because excreting the sugar carries a large amount of water out of the body along with it.

* Excessive eating (polyphagia): If the body is able, it will secrete more insulin in order to try to deal with the excessive blood sugar levels. Also the body is resistant to the action of insulin in type 2 diabetes. One of the functions of insulin is to stimulate hunger. Therefore, higher insulin levels lead to increased hunger and eating. Despite increased caloric intake, the person may gain very little weight and may even lose weight.

* Poor wound healing: High blood sugar levels prevent white blood cells, which are important in defending the body against bacteria and also in cleaning up dead tissue and cells, from functioning normally. When these cells do not function properly, wounds take much longer to heal and become infected more frequently. Also, long-standing diabetes is associated with thickening of blood vessels, which prevents good circulation and our body tissues from getting enough oxygen and other nutrients.

* Infections: Certain infection syndromes, such as frequent yeast infections of the genitals, skin infections, and frequent urinary tract infections, may result from suppression of the immune system by diabetes and by the presence of glucose in the tissues, which allows bacteria to grow well. They can also be an indicator of poor blood sugar control in a person known to have diabetes.

* Altered mental status: Agitation, unexplained irritability, inattention, extreme lethargy, or confusion can all be signs of very high blood sugar, ketoacidosis, or hyperosmolar hyperglycemia nonketotic syndrome or hypoglycemia (low sugar). Thus, any of these merit the immediate attention of a medical professional. Call your health care provider or 911.

* Blurry vision: Blurry vision is not specific for diabetes but is frequently present with high blood sugar levels.

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GTF & Diabetes

What is Diabetes
Glucose is produced from the breakdown of food in the body’s digestive tract. When insulin secreted by the pancreas binds to insulin receptors, glucose is able to enter cells and either is converted to energy or stored within liver, muscle, and fat cells. But if there is insufficient insulin or if the body’s tissues respond poorly to insulin, glucose cannot be readily transformed into energy, and the blood sugar concentration will rise. An empty-stomach blood sugar concentration exceeding 140 mg/dl is the clinical definition of diabetes.

If the blood sugar concentration exceeds the limit that can be recycled by the kidneys (180 mg/dl), glucose will be excreted in the urine. It should be noted, however, that sugar in the urine is not necessarily caused by diabetes, while mild diabetes (sugar concentration of less than 180 mg/dl) will not necessarily cause sugar to appear in the urine. A physician’s professional diagnosis is needed in these cases.

What is Glucose Tolerance Factor (GTF)
Glucose Tolerance Factor (GTF) is found in our body tissues and cells. Its main function is to maintain normal glucose metabolism. It combines with insulin to transport blood glucose into our body cells.

GTF is a compound consist of trivalent chromium plus minerals, vitamin, and amino acids. Healthy people obtain trivalent chromium through diet, and chromium is then being converted to GTF to assist in glucose metabolism. However, overwork, pregnancy, obesity, old age, alcoholism, surgery, and disease can cause excessive loss of GTF in the body through secretion of urine and hence causing GTF deficiency.

Researches show that GTF plays an important role in glucose and lipid metabolism in human body, while intake of trivalent chromium is closely correlated to the risks of diabetes and cardiovascular diseases. A research of past 5 years shows that trivalent chromium can enhance utilization of glucose and has positive effects on various types of glucose intolerance, i.e. Type 1 diabetes mellitus, Type 2 diabetes mellitus, gestational diabetes and steroidal diabetes. The conditions of patients with diabetic neuro-pathological changes and poor glucose tolerance significantly improved when given recommended amount of chromium supplement. Trivalent chromium in the body stimulates the binding of insulin and insulin receptor, activates insulin receptor and improves insulin sensitivity. Trivalent chromium is an essential nutrient in the synthesis of GTF, and has positive effects on glucose, protein and lipid metabolisms in human and animals. Low chromium intake, coupled with poor eating habits of excessive sugar and lipid consumption result in severe chromium deficiency among current population. Therefore, adding chromium supplement in the daily diet helps patients with mild glucose intolerance and even patients with obvious diabetic symptoms to stimulate glucose metabolism, improve disease conditions and reduce complications..

As diabetic patients are under prolonged high-glucose state, their blood vessels experience severe damage, making the vessels fragile and hard to recover, resulting in complications of circulatory and nervous systems. Research showed that, in the presence of insulin, GTF could improve efficiency of insulin in glucose metabolism, reduce blood glucose concentration by 29% and triglycerides concentration by 56%. On the contrary, if the trivalent chromium in GTF is removed, it lost its ability in reducing blood glucose. Therefore, trivalent chromium is indispensable for glucose metabolism in our body.

The concentration of trivalent chromium in our body reduces with the increase of our age. In a clinical trial conducted by Dr. Stephen Davies in England, it was demonstrated that chromium in our serum reduces continuously from 0.5 mcg/mL when a person's age reaches 70. Chromium level in the serum of Type 2 diabetic patients is approximately 0.2 mcg/mL, significantly lower than the level of 0.5 mcg/mL in healthy people. These patients also experience higher chromium losses in urine. Several other conditions, such as over-work, pregnancy, obesity, old age, alcoholism, surgery or diseases, will cause depletion of trivalent chromium in the body, leading to trivalent chromium deficiency and reduced synthesis of GTF. Consequently, blood glucose cannot enter the cells easily and this will result in the clinical symptoms of type 2 diabetes.

GTF and Diabetes Relation Facts
Clinical researches have confirmed that the synergies between GTF and insulin could change various symptoms of diabetes. This is an essential factor to maintain normal glucose metabolism in the body. There is a direct correlation between onset of diabetes and trivalent chromium deficiency. Research in this area had been carried out by scientists for more than ten years and had shown that GTF deficiency could lead to diabetes. Supplementary of GTF and various nutrients beneficial to diabetes can improve insulin functionality, promote glucose metabolism in patients, and thus are considered as the latest complimentary treatment of diabetes.

All along diabetes is controlled using glucose-reducing drugs, such as sulfonylurea and biguanide derivatives. Although these two drugs have different mechanisms, both can only reduce blood glucose but cannot cure diabetes thoroughly. Thus the conditions of patients worsen each year. In the recent ten years, short-term insulin secretion enhancer, starch decomposition and absorption inhibitor and insulin sensitivity enhancer are added to enhance the control of diabetes. Their effects on controlling diabetes, however, are still limited. Current medical science researches on diabetes have turned towards the direction of strengthening the bioactivity of insulin and sensitivity of its receptor. Therefore, GTF offers a new direction for diabetes treatment.

Research in recent years found that the main cause of Type 2 diabetes is the reduction of insulin sensitivity. When our cells cannot utilize blood glucose efficiently, blood glucose stays higher and this stimulates increased secretion of insulin, causing high blood insulin symptoms. Low insulin sensitivity are mostly related to environment, diet, obesity, smoking and defective cell mechanisms. GTF can improve various symptoms of Type 2 diabetes, increase the sensitivity of insulin and insulin receptors, enhances the utilization of glucose by the cells, thus improve blood glucose metabolism. Supplementing GTF daily can increase the GTF level in the body and help normalizing glucose metabolism in diabetic patients. For healthy people, supplementing GTF has the effects of illness prevention and general health care.

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