TopicNew Link Between Type 2 Diabetes and Erectile Dysfunction!
Some would argue that diabetes is the reason for the Clave De Diabetes Revisión emotional upsets experienced from the dis-ease, although could it be that the diabetes is just the physical representation of the stress and emotional suppression on the inside. It is documented that when a person whom suffers insulin resistance and type II diabetes is stressed their blood glucose raises and often continues in an upward gradient until the emotional state returns to a base level. This state also increases Cortisol levels and affects adrenal exertion, kick starting the adrenal sympathetic response of fight or flight. So what creates this emotional upset? To name a just a few; financial commitments, worries, relationship problems, children, work, traffic, pollution, lack of sleep, state of the economy, world affairs, etc. Often these situations are also associated with emotions of doom and gloom, devastation, lack of control, worthlessness, low self esteem, fear, anger, sadness, shame, guilt etc.
Dr. Linda Mundof (ND) and Dr Gabor Mate (Canadian physician) have studied the links between personality types and the onset of disease. A C personality type is someone who is at heightened risk for a slew of afflictions, immune suppression, asthma, cancer and diabetes. Type C is a contrast to that of the Type A person (who angers easily and has difficulty keeping feelings under wraps) and the Type B person (who has a healthier balance of emotional expressiveness). The Type C person is a suppressor, a stoic, a denier of feelings. He or she has a calm, outwardly rational, and unemotional demeanour, but also a tendency to conform to the wishes of others, a lack of assertiveness, and an inclination toward feelings of helplessness or hopelessness and low self esteem. Type C's tend to obsess over the emotions held within as they have difficulty expressing them outwards, leaving them chronically stressed, with increased blood pressure, fat gain, muscle loss, diabetes, heart problems, lowered immunity, digestive problems, increased appetite, fatigue, brain fog, memory loss, anxiety and depression. It also increases Cortisol which depresses DHEA levels, causing muscle wasting and premature aging.