(22) Pulsation information on the effectiveness of diabetes

(22) Pulsation information on the effectiveness of diabetes

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(22) Pulsation information on the effectiveness of diabetes treatment
 
A.        Blood pressure monitor data
Not only for diabetes, but to monitor any treatment progress, or simply to be aware of the state of health, blood pressure on both arms and blood sugar levels should be measured before meals, 30 minutes after meals, and 2 hours after meals. The 3 values inform us about the 3 fundamental equilibrium criteria of QiQongTherapy, a branch of Complementary Medicine.
 
Energy=Systolic mmHg
Alimentation=Diastolic mmHg
Pulsation=bpm= number of beats per minute


If the 3 digit numbers are within the limit of the age-referenced blood pressure values, the person would be in good health.
 
If sugar is functional, i.e. it provides energy and heat, then blood glucose, temperature and pH would be aligned in the same direction of progression or regression.
 
The pulsation provides information on the sugar content and the state of Heat or Cold.
 
Pre-meal measurements
Tensions measured on the left arm before meals, provide information of the stomach
Case 1.

110 mmHg /80 mmHg/ 75 bpm /36.5oC → Normal
 
Case 2.

110 mmHg/ 80 mmHg/ 85 bpm /38oC → Heat in stomach
High pulsation is normally associated with high temperature, these 2 values follow the same direction of progression.
 
Case 3.

125 mmHg /80 mmHg/ 85 bpm/ Temperature: low → Lack of blood
High pulsation means Heat, but low temperature at fingers means internal heat, cold outside and lack of glucose. Because of a lack of blood, the heart must beat faster to get the blood to the cells in time, which causes the pulse to rise. Even then, blood does not reach the tips of the fingers, which remain cold (low temperature).
 
Diastolic blood pressure indicates that food is not transformed into blood, but into fat due to a lack of glucose. In this case, the blood glucose level will be 100 mg/dL to 140 mg/dL (6-8 mmol/L) and the pH 6. The value of pH 6 would be a precursor sign of cancer. High blood sugar level and low finger temperatures mean that sugar is not functional, and therefore neither provides energy for digestion nor heat for the body


.Blood pressure measured on the right arm before meal, provides information of the liver

Case 1.

120 mmHg/ 75 mmHg/ 75 mmHg/ 68 bpm: the sugar content in the liver is minimal, just acceptable
 
Case 2.

120 mmHg/ 75 mmHg / 60 bpm, low pulsation indicates lack of glucose and cold to the liver, but the liver does not lack blood. The low temperature on the finger confirms the lack of sugar.
 

Measurements 30 minutes after meals
Tension in the left arm after meals
120 mmHg /80 mmHg /75 bpm/36.8oC/pH 7/ blood glucose 140 mg/dL to 180 mg/dL (8-10 mmol/L) → the meal contains glucose. If the temperature is low (below 35oC), the food in this meal has no glucose.
 

Measurements 2 hours after meals
Left arm tension

Case a. Indigestion, food remains in the stomach


Low temperature, Low pulsation, blood sugar of 140 mg/dL (8 mmol/L) has risen to 180 mg/dL (10 mmol/L). Food remains undigested in the stomach, but sugar in food oozes out and flows to the small intestine, passes into the bloodstream, raising blood sugar to 180 mg/dL (10 mmo/lL).
 
This excess sugar is transported to the liver to be stored in glycogen, but is not functional to provide energy for digestion, and heat to the body, so the temperature is low. There would be esophageal reflux due to indigestion.
 
Case b. There is digestion, but blood sugar remains low at 140 mg/dL (8 mmol/L)


Case where there is drowsiness after meals, because the body has taken the amount of glucose from the heart to digest the food. After digestion, the liver releases glucose from glycogen to restore glucose to the heart, the pulse rises to 65-70 bpm.
 
Before meals: 130 mmHg/ 80 mmHg/ 60 bpm
After meals: 120 mmHg/ 75 mmHg /65 70 bpm
 
If the person does not consume sugar, there would be no glycogen reserve. The lack of sugar leads to low pulsation: 58 bpm, cold to the body, fatigue, heart failure, and indigestion which will later cause acid reflux. The pH would be pH 6, a precursor sign of cancer.
120 mmHg /75 mmHg /75 mmHg /58 bpm

 
Case c. Indigestion with esophageal reflux


Blood sugar is high: 180 mg/dL (10 mmol/L), yet there is indigestion. It is the sugar that oozes from undigested foods into the small intestine and then enters the bloodstream, raising blood sugar level, this sugar is not the functional sugar from food digestion. This is why blood sugar level remains high, but the finger temperature is low.
 
Pulsations on both arms are low. Stomach: 68 bpm, Liver: 65 bpm, there is Cold to the liver, which will carry cold blood to the heart, the pulse would be low, the blood circulation is slow, predisposing to erratic pain.
 
If the stomach pulse (left) drops to 60 bpm, food densification and agglomerates formation in the stomach would occur, resulting in bloating, abdominal swelling and a decrease in pH 6 to pH 5, eventually leading to stomach cancer.

 
Case d. Excess Heat, accelerated digestion

After meals

Left: 140 mmHg/ 85 mmHg / 90.bpm
Right: 130 mmHg /80 mmHg/98 bpm, Temperature: 38oC.
This is the case of Excess Heat, the temperature and pulsation are all high.

 
Two hours after meals
Left: 120 mmHg /70 mmHg /90 bpm
Right: 115 mmHg/ 68 mmHg /98 bpm, temperature: 38oC
Blood sugar: 210 mg/dL (11.5 mmol/L) indicates a high pulse and high temperature.
 
All values decrease, except for pulsations and temperature. It was the Excess Heat that consumed all the food. After a meal, the stomach is full, but empty 2 hours later. Food is burned, but not processed into blood, liver lacks blood.
 
The liver transmits heat to the heart, thus elevating the pulse. The heat in the heart is transmitted to the lungs, giving thirst, constant hunger, and slimming, because the food is all burnt, is no longer nutritious.
 
B.        Effects of insulin
-      In all cases of diabetes treatment with insulin injection, the pulse and body temperature always remain low, the blood circulation is slow, the blood is cold... All this predisposes to obstruction of circulation by narrowing of blood vessels, formation of blood clots giving erratic pain, strokes by obstruction, flaccid paralysis or deviation of the mouth... A sugar-free diet does not allow the transformation of food into blood and energy, but into fat. The person becomes obese but still without strength.
 
-      After insulin injections, blood sugar levels drop, but there is always a rise in blood sugar levels. A sugar-free diet and insulin injections deprive the body of sugar, therefore, to maintain the functioning of the heart and nervous system, the body must draw sugar from fats, muscles, bones... giving muscle wasting, weakness, memory loss, osteoporosis... and finally to cardiac arrest, when there is no place left to extract sugar.

-Only the internal insulin secreted by the pancreas (of the same genetic code as the body) can get food into the cells.
 
-External insulin cannot bring food into the cells (glucose-protein-lipid-oxygen), but can only carry sugar to the liver to be stored as glycogen and fat. The cells are still malnourished, will die and would lead to cancer. External insulin disrupts the release of internal insulin from the pancreas. Retention causes cell nodules and pancreatic cancer.
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-      It is the decrease in the blood glucose reference that determines diabetes, which sets the extent and phobia of diabetes.
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