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Postural Profile of People with Type 1 Diabetes  (page 2 of 3)

Swayback posture is prevalent among people with and people without Type 1 Diabetes, but the swayback posture in people with Type 1 diabetes is different from the swayback posture in people without Type 1 diabetes
 

 

Warning! Any possible attempt to induce postural changes in order to treat and cure Type 1 diabetes without understanding the role of biomechanics in Type 1 diabetes may cause serious or fatal consequences.


Here are just a few reasons for that;   

              

1.  Adverse postural changes is one factor of Type 1 diabetes.


2.  Adverse musculoskeletal changes is another factor of Type 1 diabetes.


3.  Faulty biomechanics is an undivided factor with adverse postural and musculoskeletal changes.


4.  Reduced size of the pancreas in T1DM – What cause shrinkage of the pancreas needs to be understood before any attempt to treat or cure Type 1 diabetes. 


5.  Low bone mineral density in T1DM – The reason lower MBD in Type 1 diabetes needs to be understood before any attempt to treat or cure T1DM.


6.  Exercises in some case induce hyperglycaemia - high blood sugar and in some cases induce hypoglycaemia - abnormally low level of sugar (glucose) in the blood.


6 – The real danger of Death while sleeping. “One in 20 type 1 diabetics die in their sleep due to a sudden drop in their blood sugar.” 

 

The graphic illustrations in the article Profile of the musculoskeletal characteristics of normal weight people without and with Type 1 diabetes points out the differences between people with and without Type 1 diabetes.

 

 

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Modern Science of Biomechanics and Type 1 Diabetes
 

Site Map

 

Contents – Page 1

Introduction – Page 2A and Page 2B

Postural Profile of People with Type 1 Diabetes – Page 3, Page 4 and Page 5

Postural and Musculoskeletal Characteristics of Normal Weight People without and with T1D - Page 6

Spontaneous Remission of Type 1 Diabetes – Page 7

Obesity and Type 1 Diabetes – Obesity Protect against Type 1 Diabetes? – Page 8

Weight Loss and Type 1 Diabetes – Weight loss linked to Type 1 Diabetes? - Page 9

Insulin Therapy and Weight Gain – Page 10

Exercises Induced Low Blood Sugar (Hypoglycaemia) and High Blood Sugar (Hyperglycaemia) - Page 11

 

Appendix

 

Type 1 Diabetes in American Indians and Alaska Natives - Page 12a

Type 1 Diabetes among the Amish – Page 12b

Why more and more Children are Developing Type 1 Diabetes – Page 12c

Type 1 Diabetes in Animals – Page 12d

Hypotheses about the Causes of Type 1 Diabetes in Very Young Children, Older Children and Full Grown Adults – Page 12e


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