Death in Bed Syndrome (Part 22)

Death in Bed Syndrome (Part 22)

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Death in Bed Syndrome (Part 22)
 Video UNIT 10. :
A.        Sleep mortality statistics
The World Health Organization (WHO) and the Diabetic Associations of the concerned countries have provided the following data.
 
The following statistics are compiled only from the hospitals, do not cover reported deaths, such as deaths at home, in hotels, in resorts.....
USA: 79,535 /year
Canada: 41,500 /year
China: 10,300,000 /year
Vietnam: 53,458 /year
Australia: 10,580/ year
England: 500/week
 
All these cases of mortality during sleep are clinically identified as deaths due to stroke, cardiac arrest. But the only main cause is the lack of glucose that caused death. The heart stops beating when it lacks sugar (just like a car that stops immediately due to a lack of fuel).
 
Example: A person running the marathon suddenly fell dead during the run. At that moment, the heart ran out of glucose, and stopped beating. Later, when the medical team was on site, it would conclude death due heart failure, as a consequence, but not as the cause of the heart failure.
 
B.        Causes of death in bed
The cause is a decrease in the reference blood glucose value, used to identify diabetes, to 126 mg/dL (7 mmol/L), and the % HbA1c to 6% (126 mg/dL). According to medical practice, if one of the two values is high, either blood glucose or % glycated hemoglobin HbA1c, diabetes may be present. Glycated hemoglobin means that there is glucose attached to the red blood cells.
 
Maintaining a too low blood sugar level will disrupt cellular functions, depriving cells of food, leading to cell death and cancer. In addition, the established treatment protocol, which systematically administers medication, either orally or by injection, will keep blood sugar levels below the level required by the brain and nervous system (140 mg/dL/8 mmol/L), not to mention the other needs of the entire body. During the day, the person in distress is more easily identified and rescued.
 
However, during sleep, there is no one next to the persons in distress to help them, and the whole family is also at sleep. The person, lacking glucose, no longer has any strength and can only whisper distress calls, which are not even perceived by the nearest person. It is thought to be the screams during a temporary nightmare with no serious consequences.
 
Taking antidiabetic drugs and exercising before going to sleep, these two factors together reduce glycemia.
 
It is desirable to have a blood glucose level of 150 mg/dL (8.5 mmol/L) before going to sleep.
 
Problems related to HbA1c measurements
 
A study conducted by the USA and Canada in 77 study centres over a 5-year period, with the voluntary participation of diabetics, showed that the HbA1c reference of 7%, equivalent to 152 mg/dL, is the most beneficial for patients.
 
HbA1c at 6% (126 mg/dL) causes too much silent mortality due to lack of sugar. Heart failure, stroke by obstruction.
 
HbA1c at 8% (183 mg/dL) also causes too much detectable mortality from excess sugar. Stroke due to rupture due to hypertension, arteriosclerosis, high blood cholesterol level.
 
An arbitrarily high (or false) value of HbA1c, is due to 2 situations:
-       the person lacks blood: the number of red blood cells is higher in a smaller volume of blood.
 
-       The life of red blood cells is about 3 months, so glucose has plenty of time to attach itself more to red blood cells (HbA1c analysis is done around every 3 months.) The red blood cell life of diabetics is about 81 days.
 
-       Anxiety and stress attacks exhaust the kidneys, because the kidneys will compensate for the stress with adrenaline, which will draw sugar from the kidneys and bones to restore the situation. Taking cane sugar in case of stress will calm the stress and thus avoid losing sugar through the intervention of the kidneys, thus avoiding osteoporosis and renal failure.
 
All these situations combined in a diabetic under medication, which increases the % of mortality during sleep, in addition to a diet lacking in essential products.


 C.        Impact of glucose deficiency on the 5 Elements
The below figure illustrates the principal signs when the 5 Elements are affected.

1.             Element Earth The lack of glucose does not allow the stomach to transform food into energy and blood to nourish the body's cells, giving indigestion, fatigue, loss of appetite. According to the generation cycle (mother and child), the Earth feeds the Metal, and in this example, the Metal is malnourished.
 
2.             Element Metal. Lungs in Deficiency, there is an ease of cooling: colds, flu, respiratory difficulty, respiratory arrest, uncontrolled defecation.
 
3.       Element Water in Insufficiency: will make it easier to have uncontrolled urination
 
4.       Element Wood:  shaking of limbs.
 
5.       Element Fire: heart fatigue, cold sweat sweating, slowed blood circulation
 
Odour also makes it possible to detect disorders of the 5 Elements:
Fire: smell of burning, scorched smell
Earth: fragrant smell
Metal: foul-smelling odour
Water: smell of urine
Wood: smell of putrefaction
Reminders
-       Metformin blocks the release of hepatic sugar from glycogen, and the release of pancreatic insulin.
 
-       An Insulin Unit, IU (International Unit) lowers glycemia by 2.0 mmol/L
 
-       Alcohol raises the heart rate, and lowers blood sugar by dwingle the liver's glycogen and fat.
 
-       External biosynthetic insulin cannot bring food (glucid-lipid-protide-oxygen) into the cells because it does not have the same genetic code as internal insulin secreted by the pancreas. Any excess sugar would only be transported to the liver to be stored as glycogen and fat. All cells are still malnourished.
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