There is often hormonal imbalance in diabetes.
Diabetes results in lack or excess of the hormone insulin in the
bloodstream, excess of the hormone cortisol in the bloodstream, and other
imbalances of catabolic hormones (breakdown tissues more then normal).
The anabolic hormones (growth stimulating) that balance catabolic
hormones are usually depleted by excess cortisol and important pathways for
anabolic hormones are often not available when insulin is in excess.
Thus, diabetes leads to dominant catabolic hormones and inhibited
anabolic hormones in the bloodstream. This
is great strain to the body.
Hormones run your body and imbalance in them will
create negative influences. Therefore
creating hormonal balance will aid in optimizing hormonal transport, proper
physiology, manufacture of hormones, and many other effects that help run your
body properly. One method used by
modern science to create hormonal balance is called hormonal replacement
therapy, replacing hormones to the lowest, optimal, youthful levels.
The newest ideas of hormonal replacement are to
replace hormones in combinations that support and balance each other.
For decades, replacing single hormones by themselves has often been the
method used. However, when you
change one hormone, others are affected.
For decades, this idea of multi-effects on other hormones, from single
hormone replacement, has not been well understood by the modern medical
establishment. In other words,
changing levels of one hormone leads to effects on other hormones, which can
lead to imbalances. So the newest
ideas are to replace hormones in combinations to maintain balance.
You need the latest ideas to benefit from the
advances of endocrinology. We
recommend the doctors from the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine, called
A-4 doctors. They are cutting edge
on hormonal sciences and are tested in order to become A-4 certified.
The national number is 773-528-4333.
The idea is the important controlling hormones,
mainly DHEA, (a steroid and sex hormone precursor) melatonin, growth hormone,
testosterone in men and estrogen in women, cortisol, and thyroid are all
re-balanced in combination with each other and with any other hormones that are
replaced. If you let an A-4 doctor
or other hormonal doctor, familiar with balancing hormones in combination,
restore all of these hormones to balance, then you will begin to counterbalance
the great hormonal imbalance of diabetes.
However, when you replace hormones one at a time,
this may imbalance your other hormones, leading to grave problems.
Therefore find a hormonal specialist that understands the value of
balancing all of the controlling hormones in combination.
Balancing the master, controlling hormones can counterbalance the
negative hormonal effects from diabetes. This
will aid diabetics.
In conclusion, one great problem of diabetes is
hormonal imbalance. One method to
restore hormonal balance is to balance the controlling hormones in the body.
The method of replacing hormones should be in combinations of all the
controlling hormones. Replacing
hormones one at a time may lead to further imbalance, thus use only hormone
specialists that understand the value of balancing all of the master,
Good luck to all.
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