Blood glucose regulation and reactive hyperglycemia with hypoglycemia for people with cancer, diabetes, HIV-AIDS, COPD and many other diseases.
This video shows Dr. Artour Rakhimov answering the question, “How to improve blood glucose control and problems with reactive hyperglycemia and reactive hypoglycemia?”. Note that diabetes and its complications are more difficult conditions and wider topics.
Dr. Artour Rakhimov shares his personal history with reactive hyperglycemia and reactive hypoglycemia. When you have hyperglycemia and an increase in blood sugar levels this leads to urinating about every 20 – 30 minutes. Having blood sugar 3 to 4 times over the medical norm will cause the body to pass it through the urine. The opposite reaction also tends to happen to people with hyperglycemia when the blood sugar levels drop considerably low. The effects of hypoglycemia are feeling cold, stressed, nervous and annoyed. During these moments doctors recommend having a snack with carbohydrates to be able to function and feel better.
More info in Spanish, about feeling cold and casues of cold hands and feet: “Causas de manos y pies fríos” http://www.respiracionnormal.org/causas-de-manos-y-pies-frios/ .
Here are two effective ways to deal with eliminating reactive hyperglycemia and reactive hypoglycemia:
1. With physical exercise and breathing exercises, (Buteyko Method) Dr. Artour Rakhimov was able to get rid of the symptoms of both of these issues. His control pause test was about 10 seconds and he over breathed about 3 – 4 times more than the medical norm. He experimented with low GI index foods, but its results were not too helpful. Dr. Artour Rakhimov worked to achieve 20 seconds for the body oxygen test and this significantly reduced his reactive hyperglycemia. Similarly, he achieved positive signs in relation to his reactive hypoglycemia by only having slight headaches and feeling a lot better. A few weeks later, Dr. Artour Rakhimov achieved 30 seconds for the CP test. The sugar levels in his blood were slightly above the norm after eating breakfast. While his hypoglycemia had disappeared. Having about 40 – 50 seconds for the body oxygen test, people will not experience any hyperglycemia symptoms. This can be done with breathing exercises and without any changes to the diet.
2. The second technique to manage and eliminate blood sugar problems is diet. Previously, in human history fats were more prevalent in people’s diets. When fats make up the majority of the diet, they cause fewer changes in blood sugar levels. If one is willing to take more measures to change their diet, they can use the therapeutic Ketogenic diet. This diet consists of only about 20 grams of carbohydrates per day. In this case, the body utilizes ketones as the primary source of energy. When you do not eat many carbohydrates there is no glucose in the blood and issues with blood glucose vanish. Furthermore, the insulin response goes away. As a result hyperglycemia and hypoglycemia do not occur any longer. These effects are possible simply due to diet management and without additional breathing exercises. Food items such as fruits, beans, starches and lentils are removed from the diet. Yet, cheeses and meats are still permitted. Likewise, diets including the Caveman, SCD, Atkins and Paleo diet, take out starches as well. This helps to get rid of blood glucose control problems. The best approach is to combine both diet and breathing exercises.
More details about these methods to deal with reactive rise and fall in blood glucose levels:
Dr. Artour Rakhimov has Skype classes for students already trying to learn breathing retraining themselves. More details are here: http://www.normalbreathing.com/aaa-courses-fees.php.
Such Skype students want more help due to problems with health and other issues. This option can significantly help to achieve better health and a higher control pause level. It is especially helpful when the student has practiced with the DIY or Frolov device. Additionally, it helps when the student has studied the numerous amounts of free lifestyle tips from the modules on NormalBreathing.com. If the basics of breathing retraining are not studied then it makes this option less effective.
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The video features Dr. Artour Rakhimov, health educator, breathing teacher and trainer, bestselling Amazon writer, and the author of the website http://www.NormalBreathing.com.