Diabetes Mellitus – Diagnostic Chart

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Diabetes Mellitus – Diagnostic Chart

Conflict:

  • male resisting conflict – conflict of resisting and fighting back against someone or something in particular.
  • female fear-disgust conflict – fear and disgust at the same time, e.g., the spider.

Idiom:

Hamer Focus:

HH frontal in diencephalons right.

Active phase:

Function failure Diabetes An increasing decline in the function of beta islet cells in the ca-phase, resulting in increased blood glucose due to the natural decrease in insulin level (insulin depletion), increasing hyperglycemia.

Healing:

In the pcl-phase, the blood glucose level slowly goes down again. Caution: in the epileptoid crisis, hyperglycemia (hyperglycemia) may occur for a short time, leading to prolonged hypoglycemia (hypoglycemia). In overlapping conflict: upward and downward aberration is possible if alpha and beta islet cells are affected.

Crisis:

Hyperglycemia

Biological Sense:

Active phase Increase in glucose supply because “resisting” is accompanied by tonic muscle tension, which consumes a lot of blood glucose.

Notice:

Diabetes Mellitus, blood sugar disease (hyperglycemia) = insulin insufficiency = functional reduction of pancreatic beta islet cells.

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