What are the Symptoms of Insulin Resistance?

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Insulin Resistance causes many symptoms easily diagnosed as many other conditions.

Symptoms of Insulin Resistance

Fatigue. Sometimes the fatigue is physical, but often it is mental. 

  • Muscles, nerves, brain, and all other parts of the body require oxygen and glucose to function efficiently. Insulin Resistance deprives all of them of the necessary oxygen and glucose. 
  • RBC agglutination slows blood flow to the muscles, nerves and all parts of the body. RBC agglutination causes RBCs to shed oxygen. Further depriving all of the body of oxygen and glucose. 

Brain fogginess and inability to focus. 

  • Brain requires oxygen and glucose to function efficiently. Insulin Resistance deprives the brain of the necessary oxygen and glucose. 
  • RBC agglutination slows blood flow to the muscles, nerves and all parts of the body.
  • RBC agglutination causes RBCs to shed oxygen. Further depriving all of the body of oxygen and glucose. 

Depression

  • When the brain is deprived of oxygen and glucose, brain function slows down, going into power saver mode creating the symptoms of “depression”. 
  • Brain requires oxygen and glucose to function efficiently. Insulin Resistance deprives the brain of the necessary oxygen and glucose.  
  • RBC agglutination slows blood flow to the brain. Further depriving the brain of oxygen and glucose. 

Nerve Pain – Blood/Nerve Reciprocity

Nerve pain occurs when nerves begin deteriorating from a lack of oxygen and glucose. This starts with Red Blood Cells clumping together and shedding oxygen caused by Insulin Resistance. This results in a failure to deliver oxygen and glucose to the nerves of the arms, hands, legs and feet.
  • Nerves and all other parts of the body require oxygen and glucose to function efficiently. Insulin Resistance deprives all of them of the necessary oxygen and glucose. 
  • All nerves depend wholly upon the arterial system for their oxygen and glucose and the quality of their function, such as sensation, signal transmission and motion.
  • A loss of blood flow results in nerve cell deterioration and ultimately in nerve death starting within minutes. A deteriorating nerve send pain signals to the brain.
  • RBC agglutination slows blood flow to the nerves and all parts of the body.
A failure to deliver oxygen and glucose to the nerves of the arms, hands, legs and feet causes them to start degenerating within minutes. This degeneration attracts Immune Cells to clear the damaged parts of the nerves. This is felt as pain occurring in the Ischemic area of the body.

High Blood Sugar

  • Mild, brief periods of low blood sugar are normal during the day, especially if meals are not eaten on a regular schedule. But prolonged hyperglycemia with some of the symptoms listed here, especially physical and mental fatigue, are not normal. 
  • Feeling agitated, jittery, moody, nauseated, or having a headache is common in Insulin Resistance, without immediate relief once food is eaten.

Intestinal bloating.

  • Most intestinal gas is produced from food fermenting and putrefying due to inadequate production of digestive chemistry.
  • Insulin Resistance sufferers who eat carbohydrates suffer from gas, lots of it. 

Sleepiness

  • Many people with Insulin Resistance get sleepy immediately after eating a meal exceeding their Carbohydrate Tolerance. Body is going into power-saver mode like your electronic device.
  • Fatigue after meals, craving sugar after meals, must have dessert: 
    • Cut back on carbs until you are no longer sleepy after meals and/or do not crave sugar after eating.

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