Blood sugar irregularities cause system-wide symptoms such as extreme fatigue, irritability, and even anger and aggression. While the pancreas absolutely needs to be assessed, additional factors may be responsible for blood sugar irregularities unrelated to the pancreas.
Diabetes is associated with imbalances in the pancreas and with the blood sugar and insulin irregularities. It is possible to have blood sugar issues even without being diagnosed with diabetes. You can even have acute cases of diabetes mediated by pathogens and their toxins.
The pancreas is a common location for gu such as pancreatic flukes to invade. This is especially true for meat eaters but is not exclusively a carnivore problem. Parasites are particularly problematic in that they incubate and protect pathogens of all sorts. Which means it is common to see both parasites and a wide host of other infectious organisms simultaneously inside the pancreas. Patients diagnosed with lyme disease commonly have many co-infecting organisms in the pancreas with parasites. Likewise, this same condition can happen to non-lyme patients. It is essential to treat all parasites and all pathogens in the pancreas, and the pancreatic duct, as well, to ensure that the pancreas is working properly in its blood sugar regulating function.
Another major issue and—perhaps, even more salient for diabetes that relates to the pancreas, are fissures. Fissures that penetrate all the way through the pancreas appear to be particularly problematic for blood sugar regulation. Strep occasionally burns a hole from the thymus gland in the central chest all the way down to and even through the pancreas. I believe this is a major factor in diabetes.
The Hantavirus pathogen has a particular affinity for the pancreas. If it infects that gland, it will cause an acute form of diabetes. So, if identified in the patient use the EM Hantavirus All Pathogen Array Treatment, the EM Pathogen Toxin Treatment for its toxins, clear histio for hydrochloric acid as well as for progesterone, clear swelling from progesterone histio, identify all cells that contain the RNA and/or DNA of Hantavirus and treat these with the EM Infected Cell Reduction Treatment. This will speed up recovery significantly, though blood sugar irregularities are likely to continue for a week or more thereafter.
The chong we associate in EM with the protozoa Leishmaniasis is a major contributor of blood sugar irregularities. As it has a very high need for glucose, this protozoa will release insulin histio all around it. It also creates what we in EM call “EM Sugar Toxins” which consist of carbohydrate histio that lends itself to stagnating the lymphatic vessels around it. Epstein Barr Virus has a life cycle relationship with Leishmaniasis, and it, too, releases EM Sugar Toxins into the system. These sugars create major lymphatic problems that need to be addressed with the EM Foggyheadedness Treatment. Also, you should look for EM Carbohydrate Tissues and treat these with the Clear Histio Carbohydrate Treatment.
The last thing to look for is thryoid hormone array histio. Excess thyroid hormone activity can result in greater sugar metabolism in cells which can cause hypoglycemic symptoms. Clear these with the Clear Histio Thyroid Hormone Array Treatment. If you find this kind of histio, you next need to look for any pathogen producing this as a pathogen toxin. Any organism that causes feverishness is a possible candidate.