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Pancreas ducts, alpha and beta islets
Site of impact, i.e., whether there is diabetes or hypoglycemia in the CA phase, depends on gender, biological handedness and hormone status. This is similar to how strikes occur in the territory, see also ectoderm.
More information on this in the workshops "Living in Trust - Trust Your Body," "Bio-logic of Behavior and Character or one of the practice days, see the agenda.
See also pancreatic ducts and pancreas.
1. Beta islets (insulin center): to resist. Male reaction against suffering, grief or a visitation is to resist it, to defend oneself.
2. Alpha islets (glucagon center): fear-walking. This female reaction is more passive, he/she shudders at the suffering, at the visitation, is disgusted.
CA phase
Loss of function, no cellular breakdown.
1. Beta islets: insulin production decreases, elevated blood sugar (BSS), diabetes mellitus.
2. Alpha islets: glucagon production decreases, decreased blood sugar (BSS), hypoglycemia.
3. When both processes play simultaneously: fluctuating blood sugar levels.
Biological utility
1. Beta islets: increased BSS to provide energy to muscles. Resisting takes a lot of muscle power. Increased BSS provides enough energy to the muscles to sustain it. Increased concentration of glucose is compensated by fluid supply, i.e. by drinking a lot.
2. Alpha islets: cravings for food. Energy from eating a lot.
1. Beta islets: lots of thirst. In high BSS, this can be extreme.
2. Alpha islets: always hungry, especially sweets for increase BSS. Stress eaters, overweight, obese.
3. With intense or prolonged conflict: cold sweats, trembling, pale skin, feeling of walking on cotton wool, difficulty concentrating and absence, possibly headache.
PCL phase
Normalization of alpha and beta islet function.
Slow normalization of the BSS.
1. Beta islets: sudden sharp rise in blood sugar with compensatory sharp fall.
2. Alpha islets: sudden sharp drop in blood sugar with a compensatory rise thereafter. Caution: blood sugar should never drop to zero; the brain needs sugar!
1. Beta islets: prolonged low BSS, may be diagnosed as hypoglycemia.
2. Alpha islets: prolonged high BSS, may be diagnosed as diabetes.
Constellation of the alpha islets with the gastric mucosa (territorial distress): bulimia, vomiting gluttony; gastric ulcers with hypoglycemia.
Always hungry but does not tolerate food.
Learn more about this complex and interesting program in the extensive articles on Diabetes and Hypoglycemia and Bulimia.