Brain drives diabetes and hypertension


The brain drives diabetes and hypertension.

So far, diabetes mellitus and essential hypertension have been considered as two different diseases. Recent studies indicate that they are associated. High blood pressure is reported in more than two thirds of patients with type 2 diabetes, and its development coincides with the development of hyperglycemia.
Blood pressure and glucose are each controlled by different hormones. Their association points to the existence of an additional control that determines their united behavior. I show now that CNS controls both and accounts for their association.

Homeostasis is a balance of all the processes in the body. It is not controlled by a central agency, but by the interaction of all processes in the body. Throughout its progression, diabetes and essential hypertension interact with all body processes and, therefore, maintain homeostasis. Since the maintenance of homeostasis are controlled by the organism.
Brain function depends on an adequate supply of glucose and oxygen. I consider diabetes mellitus as a continuous change in the glucose and oxygen control of the CNS. I'll call it a continuous desire for sugar in the SNC.

The medicine considers diabetes as a continuous worsening of hyperglycemia.
The organism considers it a continuous adjustment of normoglycemia.
What also applies to essential hypertension.

"Especially protect the brain!" Direct the evolution of both.

Video credits to Gershom Zajicek M.D, YouTube channel





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