Lower your blood sugar

Jim Edwards
By Jim Edwards Latest Reply 2011-10-23 00:00:18 -0500
Started 2011-10-17 13:52:24 -0500

Okay, now this has happened 3 weeks in a row, so I am convinced that it is not a freak happening. I will just do last week. Because of the 2 previous weeks, before the Rolfer (spinal manipulation) guy worked on me, I tested my BS. 243.
He worked on me for an hour, mostly on my neck and back. I then got dressed and tested it again. 90. Almost 160 point drop in an hour. Usually a sharp drop like this almost drops me, but no, it didn't. I thought my BS numbers would be lower, but had no idea they went that low. This was the 3rd week in a row. Now to see if there is a particular adjustment that may be causing this. Stay tuned. I am ready to go off all my meds and insulin and just hang around with Chris. "Hey Chris, my BS is up, can you work on me?"


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hughsbayou
hughsbayou 2011-10-23 00:00:18 -0500 Report

Wow, I've been undergoing spinal decompression and my BG has dropped into the normal range most of the time. If it keeps up I may stop the meds just to see what happens. Of course diet is important too, but I'm finding eating REAL food is the key. Those chips are what is doing everybody in.

Mickey/CCHT
Mickey/CCHT 2011-10-18 22:32:11 -0500 Report

I don't know medically how much of this is correct, but our spines are a very important part of our well being. When we are out of alignment it causes all kinds of trouble. When i was seeing a chriopractor he told we all kinds of things that are affected. Unfortunatly that was years ago and i don't remember a lot of the specifics and i was not diabetic yet so i don't know if that would affect bs, but i wouldn't doubt it. You should ask your guy and see what he says! Let us know! Good luck;)