Short protocol for your step-by-step and instant implementation in type 1 diabetes
So far you have received many explanations, lists and suggestions on how to deal with your illness. In the following, I would like to give you a small protocol: Our recommendations for instant implementation in type 1 diabetes.
The type 1 diabetes immediate implementation protocol
To remove confusion and give you a little step-by-step guide that you can use to take immediate action against your treatment. It is directly linked to the diagnosis:
1- Take the medication your doctor prescribed, ask about side effects and what you can do about them. If the medication/insulin injections cause you health problems, please inform yourself about alternative therapy options. Stopping medication without medical supervision can be problematic. A recommended long-term goal is to reduce the doses of the medication to minimize side effects and long-term damage.
2- Find a medical practitioner, functional doctor, naturopath, mitochondrial doctor or holistic doctor with experience of type 1 diabetes in your area. Ask your currently treating (family) doctor or use the Google search function, e.g.: “Holistic Medicine Los Angeles “. Recommendations from other affected people, for example, from self-help groups can also help you here. Please feel free to use our comment section to exchange information with us and other affected parties. If we can help, we will be happy to do so at any time.
3- Make sure that the therapist combines conventional medicine methods with the means of finding the cause, nutrition, lifestyle and nutrient therapy described in this article. The search for a suitable practitioner can be lengthy, but worth it!
4- Consider a diet change or a food intolerance test. If you find food that you are allergic to according to the test, you should avoid it for at least 30 days and watch whether your well-being improves. You should try a diet change consistently for at least 30 days before you can draw a sufficient conclusion.
5- Try to follow the healthy lifestyle advice to gradually make your life healthier.
Examine everyday habits and causes that may have contributed to the disease.
Have an experienced therapist carrying out a nutrient analysis and replenish existing nutrient deficiencies.
6- Consider a heavy metal exposure test with a trained therapist. If the load is too high, detoxification under therapeutic guidance may be recommended.
7- Document your condition with a diary. Observe the effects of certain lifestyle and nutrition factors on your course of the disease and get to know your body and your illness better.
8- Get a regular medical exam. The measures mentioned here can, for example, reduce your need for medication. A dose adjustment is then necessary.
Conclusion – everything about type 1 diabetes and the therapy
Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune disease in which immune cells attack and kill most of the beta cells in the pancreas. The result is an insulin deficiency.
Due to the lack of insulin, carbohydrates from the diet can no longer smuggle into the cells. If left untreated, type 1 diabetes leads to abnormally high blood sugar levels of up to 1000 mg/dl and later to death.
Thanks to modern medicine and biotechnology, type 1 diabetes is no longer a fatal disease, and insulin therapy makes it possible for patients to survive and live normally.
After a few training sessions, the patient independently injects insulin, depending on the number of carbohydrates in the diet.
The disease lasts for life, spontaneous cures are not known (yet!). I say “yet” as I firmly believe that the ultimate healing power lies within ourselves. All we need to learn is to remember our great powers and how to activate the self-healing process.
Since the disease increases rapidly (3% increase annually) and more and more people suffer from type 1 diabetes, medicine and science are now asserting that lifestyle is the most important risk factor for the development, but also for the prevention of diabetes type 1.
With the right adjustments in lifestyle and nutrition, it is possible to greatly reduce insulin requirements and significantly improve quality of life.
However, this requires good patient cooperation and an experienced doctor or alternative practitioner.
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