Diabetes is a chronic disease that occurs when your blood glucose or blood sugar is too high. Blood glucose or blood sugar is the main sugar found in your blood. It is your main source of energy that comes from the foods and drinks consumed.
Insulin is a hormone that is made in your Pancreas. It helps glucose from these foods and drinks get into your cells to be used as energy. If you are suffering from Diabetes, and you come across this blog, there is a very strong chance that you know other people who have got Diabetes or are Pre-Diabetic. You need to share this blog, which will help as many people with Diabetes or are Pre-Diabetic to recover or heal from Diabetes completely. We will also share with you the signs of Diabetes since many people may be Diabetic or Pre-Diabetic, without being aware. This is because the symptoms do not necessarily make you feel unwell.
Please watch our short video on Can Your Eyes Indicate Signs Of Diabetes.
You may recall over 20 years ago, when you visited your General Practitioner, the Doctor would take time to shine a torch light in your eye. When you have an Eye Test at the Opticians, these professionals can identify signs of health weaknesses, including signs of Diabetes. Sadly, over the years, due to time and money contraints, most of these professionals choose to prescribe chemical medication. These so called Professionals prefer not to focus on preventative measures when it comes to illnesses such as Diabetes.
During an eye examination, a dark black-ish ring around the outer edge of the pupil can indicate signs of unprocessed sugars that is the cause of Diabetes. This dark ring is difficult to spot using the naked eye and would require the use of special Iridology cameras and/or a magnifying glass and torch.
Our short video below covers the question Can Iridology Detect Diabetes?
We have seen so many Diabetic or Pre-Diabetic patients, over the years, who have been to so many Doctors. The Doctor has not even bothered to show them where the pancreas is located. We want you to understand that, if you have got Diabetes or are Pre-Diabetic, which is the pancreas being affected, you need to also look at your liver function and the gallbladder because these organs are mates and like buddies, they work together.
In order to prevent or manage Diabetes and other illnesses, it is therefore important to keep all the organs shown in the diagram on the left healthy. These include the liver, gallbladder, deudenum, stomach, spleen, pancreas, large intestines and small intestines.
Contrary to popular belief and common knowledge, Diabetes is not only a sign of weakness in the Pancreas and the Pancreas being the sole organ that needs to be strengthened or managed.
The Signs or Symptoms Of Diabetes include the following:
Irritability. Our emotions often reflect our internal health. When our body is healthy, we are naturally happier and we get more irritable when we are in discomfort or are unwell.
Frequent Urination. This is especially having to pee more that usual, particularly at night. The frequency of urination of course also depends on how much liquids one has consumed during the day and before bedtime. When blood sugar levels are high, the kidneys try to remove the excess sugar by filtering it out of the blood. This results in more frequent urination, especially at night.
Unquenchable Thirst. This is feeling thirsty all the time without natural causes such as being dehydrated by being in hot and humid climates or doing strenous physical exercise. This is caused by the body losing additional water due to frequent urination. This can lead to dehydration and lead a person feeling more thirsty than usual.
Extreme Hunger And Unexplained Weight Loss. Have you ever wondered how some people can eat so much and not put on any weight? In fact they loose weight without trying to. People with Diabetes often do not get enough energy from the foods and drinks they consume. In Diabetic patients, the glucose that is broken down by the digestive system from food is insufficient and not enough glucose moves from the bloodstream into the body’s cells. This results in constant hunger regardless of how much or how recently one has eaten.
Cuts or Wounds Taking Longer To Heal. High levels of sugar in the blood can damage the body’s blood vessels and nerves, resulting in impaired blood circulation. This makes even the smallest cuts and wounds taking a lot longer to heal. This slow healing of wounds also increases the risk of infection.
Blurred Vision even with corrective lenses. Excess sugar in the blood can damage the tiny blood vessels in the eyes. This can cause blurred vision in one or both eyes, which may come and go. Permanent vision loss may occur if the damage in the blood vessels become severe so it is important to get these signs of Diabetes checked out urgently.
Fatigue. Please do not mistake this for tiredness caused by hard work or stress. Fatigue is extreme tiredness where you just want to lie down and sleep throughout the day for no apparent reason. This fatigue is caused by insufficient sugar moving from the bloodstream into the body’s cells.
Watch our video below which shares about the Symptoms of Diabetes.
Although anyone can develop Diabetes, certain factors can increase a person’s risk such as:
- Being 40 years of age and older
- Living a sedentary lifestyle, especially since lockdown that has affected everyone worldwide
- Being overweight or obese
- Having an unhealthy lifestyle such as poor nutrition from food and consuming lots of processed fast and convenience foods and little or no fresh fruits and vegetables
- Having a family history of Diabetes, Pre-Diabetes, Heart Disease or Stroke
- Being of African, Asian or Hispanic descent
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