How I Healed my Diabetes
It is best to consult a doctor before trying any of these exercises if you are unsure. The above mentioned health conditions (and blessings in one of those cases) are common in the list of contraindications for various mind-body training techniques. Two more that come to mind are Epilepsy and Diabetes.
Another very common blockage is the lower back, in the area of the Mingmen point. This can affect the young as well as the old. We move less and less today, using cars instead of walking, using our brain instead of muscles. This can affect the kidneys and liver, and can cause prostate cancer, diabetes and digestive problems as well.
Lyn Walsh O.T.R., M.Ed., is an occupational therapist at the City of Hope Medical Center in Duarte, CA . In the July August 1980 issue of Diabetes Forecast, a publication of the American Diabetes Association for the professionals as well as the lay public diabetic patients and family, Lyn wrote about the relationship between diabetes control and relaxation ff Learning how to relax is important for people who have diabetes, because daily stresss can cause a rise in the hormones that work against insulin and so, cause a rise in blood sugar. In some cases, extreme stress can lead to poor diabetes control and even, though rerely, to diabetic coma. Reducing stress through relaxation can also help to lower blood-sugar levels and reduce the author said. RELAXATION IS A HEALTH NECESSITY FOR ANYONE'S MIND AND BODY, but people who have diabetes live in exersive stress, which means that taking time to telax each day is especially important. Whather you set aside five minutes or 50 minutes each...
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Almost every system in your body can be damaged by stress. Suppression of the reproduction system can cause amenorrhea (cessation of menstruation) and failure to ovulate in women, impotency in men, and loss of libido in both. Stress-triggered changes in the lungs increase the symptoms of asthma, bronchitis, and other respiratory conditions. Loss of insulin during the stress response may be a factor in the onset of adult diabetes. Stress suspends tissue repair and remodeling, which in turn causes decalcification of the bones, osteoporosis, and susceptibility to fractures. Inhibition of immune and inflammatory systems makes you more susceptible to colds and flu and can exacerbate some diseases such as cancer and AIDS. In addition, a prolonged stress response can worsen conditions such as arthritis, chronic pain, and diabetes. There is also some evidence that the continued release and depletion of norepinephrine during a state of chronic stress can contribute to depression.
If you have diabetes, then the focusing on the adrenal glands at the top of each kidney might prove beneficial. It will at least stimulate the pancreas. You don't have to pinpoint where they are exactly. You only have to have the intent to smile at your adrenals and the approximate location to do so. You may eventually pinpoint them in time as the awareness grows with regular practice.
Readers should understand that meditation will never replace orthodox medical care. The best guru or master in meditation, if and when he becomes acutely ill, still needs expert medical attention. Meditation cannot cubstitute for medications & surgery in acute appendicitys, angina pectoris, cancers, pneumonia, diabetes etc an dpractically all the medical illneses. However, meditation can be a valuable and much needed adjunct when ordered by the physician for the appropriate situations.
The history should assure that (1) the child is over six years of age (at under age six, enuresis should be considered a normal developmental variant unless the child has been completely dry and suddenly started to wet again) (2) the absence of associated daytime wetting (which most often indicates either an important physical cause or a more profound psychological problem), (3) the absence of known physical causes of enuresis such as urinary tract infections, chronic constipation with or without soiling, urinary tract malformations, juvenile onset diabetes mellitus, diabetes insipidus, hyperthyroidism, or spinal dysraphism. Such histories can be obtained with questionnaires as well as being corroborated during an initial visit.
We may note in this context that one potential problem with many medical interventions is that they are always acting in a one-sided way. They act as adjuncts to the conscious mind's control. The effect will be to weaken whatever system there is in the body to produce the same effect as the drug. Injections of insulin, for example, will tend to decrease the body's own production of insulin. Consequently there must develop a greater and greater degree of dependence on the drug. This is not to say that in many cases the medical intervention is not the best thing to do - particularly in the short term. But it is to say that some practitioners should become more aware of the dynamic nature of the systems they are working with. If, for example, a tranquilliser of any kind is used artificially to reduce anxiety - and this can include nicotine - then inevitably it reduces the demands on the body's own systems which operate to reduce anxiety. These tend therefore to become less active and...
Optimizer helps in high and low blood pressure, irregular blood pressure, heart, blood vessels, kidneys, liver, eyes, ears, throat, nose, stomach, intestines, diabetes, gall bladder, ovaries, uterus, tiroid glands, anemia, reumathiodism, spondilosis, headaches, nervous tension, nervousness, insomnia, epilepsy, depression and psychosis.
When dreams are used to stimulate or compliment creativity, they coordinate, organize, associate and resolve equations which we propose to our subconscious mind. Tartini wrote his Devil's Sonata during a dream. Mendeleyev discovered his famous periodic table of elements while dreaming. The idea to work on a drug to combat diabetes came to Banting in a dream. The result His discovery of insulin, which has allowed millions of diabetics to lead healthy normal lives. Edison, Einstein and Franklin were all in the habit of taking a short nap when they were trying to find the solution to some problem. Voltaire and Coleridge claimed that they often woke up with entire poems written out in their heads.
Conduct careful diagnostic workups on erectile dysfunction patients. Most physicians, including urologists, do not conduct thorough and adequate evaluations for this condition. Nocturnal penile tumescence monitoring is perhaps the best single test for discriminating organic from psychogenic impotence. An adequate endocrine screen should include evaluating serum testosterone, LH, FSH, and prolactin levels. Doppler studies may be conducted to evaluate vascular involvement. Finally, a fasting glucose tolerance test should be conducted to determine if undiagnosed diabetes may be a contributor.
Obesity, arthritis and blood sugar problems are some of the most common health problems I see today. These are also problems where holistic medicine and meditational therapies are very helpful. I have pre-recorded audio seminars with some of the finest insights into the holistic treatment of obesity, arthritis and blood sugar problems. If you would like to learn more about how holistic medicine can help you, please take a moment to look at my audio seminars, you can access them by clicking here.
Enuresis is an extremely common pediatric problem, but one that requires careful evaluation, as just indicated by Kohen. Before the age of five, the majority of bedwetting does not seem linked to organic or underlying psychological or family system causes (Olness & Gardner, 1988). Situational enuresis and secondary enuresis (where there previously was good control) are somewhat more suggestive of the absence of an organic problem. However, it is recommended that a careful medical evaluation always be conducted in children over the age of five. A pediatrician needs to rule out such potential organic causes as diabetes, urinary tract infections, congenital anomalies, seizures, occult spinal dysraphism, neurological etiologies, hyperthyroidism, and potential contributors such as diuretic medications and caffeine drinks (Olness & Gardner, 1988). Functions of the symptom within the family system and historic, unconscious factors may be ex
Studies show that the incidence of heart disease, strokes, diabetes, in America soared during this century compared with the last century. Then Americans did not eat as much fat and processed food hardly existed. They ate much more fibre and a much greater proportion of vegetables. Consequently chronic disease was lower. Certainly in some primitive cultures where their diet is more natural and consists largely of a vegetarian diet these diseases are almost unknown.
Highlighting the question of what is real, one of the most intriguing instances on record is the story of a diabetic woman with multiple personalities. When the woman was tested in her diabetic personality, her blood sugar was dangerously high. When she flipped into another personality, which was not diabetic, an attendant drew her blood immediately, and her blood sugar was normal, without enough time passing for her blood to be filtered by the liver and kidneys. The question is, What is the cause of the diabetes What is real
Hypnosis has been used with a tremendous diversity of childhood problems text anxiety, problems with studying and concentration, reading difficulties suggestions on these topics may be found in Chapter 14 , phobias (e.g., of school, animals), sleep disorders, social skill training and anxiety, conversion reactions, psychogenic amnesia, seizures, pain, bulimia and anorexia, enuresis (bedwetting), encopresis (soiling), stuttering, trichotillomania (hair pulling), nailbiting, thumbsucking, obesity, sleepwalking, tics, learning disabilities, chronic and acute pain, preparation for surgery, burns, gastrointestinal complaints, asthma, hives, allergies, warts, hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating), to increase compliance in diabetics, hemophilia, juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, dentistry, headaches, urinary retention, cerebral palsy, Tourette syndrome, cancer and terminal illness, and sports. You will find suggestions concerning some of these areas of application in the pages to follow.
Synchronizer creates over time a healthy, calm, humane, active and creative person, who is tolerant toward others and pleased with her self. Synchronizer helps with following diseases ear, trout, nose, eyes, sinuses, heart, arteries, venus, lungs, stomach, diabetes, liver, gallbladder, kidney, urinary, prostate, ovaries, uterus, thyroid gland, anemia, skin diseases, joints, spine, cancer diseases, headaches, neuroses, fears, nerve tensions, nervousness, night urinating, insomnia, epilepsies, depression, psychoses, and addicted diseases.
Liebeault and others - consumption of large doses of poison without harm in the hypnotic state - control of nerve centre excitability - treatment of tetanus and other spasmodic diseases - treatment of dysuria of Bright's disease, diabetes, stricture, prostate enlargement - painless childbirth - regulation of menstrual (monthlyperiod) flow Hypnotic treatment is also itself extremely useful in the treatment of tetanus, and other spasmodic diseases, depending on an increased reflex excitability of the brain or spinal cord - not, be it understood, to the neglect of other treatment, but as an auxiliary. The dysuria of Bright's disease, or diabetes, stricture and even prostatic enlargement in some cases, can be relieved by hypnotism. Childbirth can also be made painless. The menses can not only be regulated, but, if absent, frequently brought on.
Scleroses protector helps with organic diseases stroke, ageing of blood vessels, sclerosis, headaches, high blood pressure, rheumatoid, osteoporosis, bad circulation, cold hands and feet, arthritis, spine and joints, eyes, sinuses, ear, heart, lungs, stomach, intestines, hemorrhoids, colitis, liver and gallbladder bladder, kidney and urinary tract, ovaries and uterus, triode glands, breasts, diabetes.
AT is not recommended for children under five years old, persons who lack motivation, or individuals with severe mental or emotional disorders. Prior to beginning AT, you should have a physical exam and discuss with your medical doctor what physiological effects AT will be likely to have on you. Persons with serious diseases such as diabetes, hypoglycemic conditions, or heart conditions should be under the supervision of a medical doctor while in AT. Some people experience an increase in blood pressure and a few have a sharp drop in blood pressure when they do these exercises. If you have high or low blood pressure, you should check with your medical doctor to be sure that AT is regularizing it. If you feel very anxious or restless during or after AT exercises or
People are already practicing caloric restriction. Many base their diets on books by Dr. Roy Walford, a researcher at the University of California at Los Angeles who recommends cutting back calories and body weight by about 20 percent. In eight people he has studied on such a plan, Dr. Walford has found beneficial changes in blood pressure, blood sugar and cholesterol. A person who begins 20 percent calorie restriction at age 18 might live to be 140 years old, Dr.
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Diabetes is a disease that affects the way your body uses food. Normally, your body converts sugars, starches and other foods into a form of sugar called glucose. Your body uses glucose for fuel. The cells receive the glucose through the bloodstream. They then use insulin a hormone made by the pancreas to absorb the glucose, convert it into energy, and either use it or store it for later use. Learn more...