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  • 1 month ago

    RE: Type 1 diabetic with lots of issues

    Dude, I'm really sorry that you went such a hard way! I myself have diabetes and I know that it is really very difficult, but there are a huge number of people who live with it and they were able to overcome it. You know, for all these years, I realized that the most difficult thing for diabetes is traveling ... When you have diabetes, you should always have a kit for suppressing an attack. Once I put the emergency treatment kit in my backpack and all the insulin capsules broke. After that, I decided to find a travel suitcase for diabetics in order to safely store all the medicines. I found the best insulin travel case on the review site ( ... ) and there was a lot of detailed information about each model. After I ordered a suitcase from Amazon, my medicines were always safe!
  • 1 month ago

    RE: Type 1 diabetic with lots of issues

    What do you need help with? Lifestyle? Processing the data from your testing and using it to the maximum? Do you have a pump? CGM? What parts of your diet/lifestyle/exercise needs tweaking and how can we help? Personally I found acupuncture and acupressure helped with my frozen shoulder/tendonitis (which can be caused by too high blood sugar - it gets 'sticky') and I haven't had a problem in 10 years or more. BTW, I've had T1 for 54 years. I can give you some good pointers.
      • 1 month ago
        So many people who suffer from inflammatory conditions...heart disease, diabetes, arthritis, cancer, hypertension, IBS...could benefit, greatly, from ancient physical arts like acupressure or Tai Chi, Cora.

        It's because, in executing these teachings, it requires relaxation and concentrated focus of both mind and body to alleviate pain and inflammation. And, it is chronic inflammation that is at the very core of every, single disease on these WEBMD boards.

        ...But, people "think" these "arts" take too long to get results. lol

        I reversed my Type 2 Diabetes over a dozen years, ago. I reversed my mother's rheumatoid arthritis 7 years, ago.

        No pills. No doctors. Just anti-inflammatory "arts" and "practices" that have been passed on thousands of years. There are treatments that exist and reverse, all, the diseases, above, and more. That's not why medicine doesn't work for millions of sufferers, today, Cora...

        It doesn't work because people don't think: "Why would any 'practice' be passed on from generation to generation for thousands of years if it didn't work?"



        If 9 out of 10 Type 2's are overweight, why don't they just lose weight?

        It's because losing weight, LONG TERM, requires a fundamental change in the way you think about "diet". &, the typical, highly processed, American diet is crazy inflammatory.

        Nearly, 70% of US adults are overweight. They, all, know that losing the fat can rid them of needless pain and suffering. But, they can't change the way the "think". This is why they take pills, instead...