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Maybe we should skip this blood sugar treatment
Our medical system is great at fixing broken bones, but not usually that great at treating chronic illness.
In fact, our medical system seems geared up to overtreat many chronic conditions.
This overtreatment can cause its own problems.
And in the case of diabetes, overtreatment can cause visits to the hospital and possibly even death – because overtreatment can trigger hypoglycemia.
What is hypoglycemia?
Hypoglycemia is a fancy word for low blood sugar.
When your blood sugar gets too low, it can land you in the hospital and even kill you.
Symptoms of hypoglycemia include:
- Irregular heart rhythm
- Crying out during sleep
- Tingling sensation around mouth
- Pale skin
NOTE: If you are experiencing symptoms of hypoglycemia, eat something and seek medical attention. It can be dangerous.
“Hypoglycemia is a condition caused by a very low level of blood sugar (glucose), your body’s main energy source.”
While hypoglycemia seems like the exact OPPOSITE of diabetes, it is often directly related to the overtreatment of diabetes…
Because overtreatment can cause blood sugar levels to drop TOO LOW.
“Hypoglycemia is often related to the treatment of diabetes. However, a variety of conditions – many rare – can cause low blood sugar in people without diabetes. Like fever, hypoglycemia isn’t a disease itself – it’s an indicator of a health problem.”
This sounds like a limited problem, but it’s not. The overtreatment of diabetes is quite common.
Diabetes is often overtreated.
I don’t know if it’s like this in the rest of the world, but in the U.S. people tend to think that if some is good, more must be better.
This crazily often gets translated into medical treatments as well – including treatments for diabetic patients.
“Almost half (48.8% – 10,719,057 of 21,980,034) of US adults with diabetes (representing 10.7 million US adults) had HbA1c (blood sugar) levels less than 7.0%. Among them, 32.3% (3,466,713 of 10,719,057) were clinically complex, and 21.6% (2,309,556 of 10,719,057) were intensively treated, with no difference by clinical complexity.”
According to studies, about one in five diabetics is “intensively treated.” That usually translates as overtreatment.
And this is a big problem because it can cause major health issues.
Overtreatment can lead to hypoglycemia and hospitalization.
The problem with overtreating high blood sugar (diabetes) is that it can lead to steep plunges in blood sugar (hypoglycemia) – which is not even a little bit safe.
“Intensive glucose-lowering therapy, particularly among vulnerable clinically complex adults, is strongly discouraged because it may lead to hypoglycemia. However, intensive treatment was equally prevalent among US adults, irrespective of clinical complexity.”
In the U.S., this caused almost 10,000 hospitalizations and emergency room visits over the course of two years! And I’m SURE that’s only the tip of the iceberg.
With so many diabetes patients being overtreated, there are probably many more experiencing hypoglycemia without going to the hospital.
“Over a two-year period, an estimated 9,578 hospitalizations and ER visits for hypoglycemia could be attributed to intensive diabetes treatment, particularly among clinically complex patients. Patients at risk for hypoglycemia may benefit from treatment deintensification to reduce hypoglycemia risk and treatment burden.”
Important! I’m not telling you to go off of your diabetes medicine. I’m not a doctor and I can’t give you medical advice.
But if you think you are maybe being overtreated, then work with your doctor to make sure that your treatment is appropriate.
Doctors are good folks overall, of course. But they often will overtreat rather than risk not enough treatment.
So it’s up to you to advocate for yourself.
Ultimately, I’ve found that many people with type 2 diabetes can reverse the disease on their own.
It typically takes a bit of work, but I’ve seen it happen over and over again with special blood sugar protocol.
Many people I work with reduce or eliminate their need for treatment.
The bottom line…
If you have diabetes, you need to work with your doctor to make sure you are not being overtreated and risking hypoglycemia.
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And when your body starts burning sugar for energy, blood sugar levels normalize and diabetes symptoms disappear.
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