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According to the American Diabetes Association, 30.3 million Americans (9.4%) of the population had diabetes making the disease the 7th leading cause of death in the U.S. When take into account the entire world, 382 million people are affected by diabetes and the International Diabetes Federation expects the number to increase to 592 million by 2035. Unfortunately aside from regulating blood sugar and dealing with a special diet, people with diabetes can have multiple health issues.

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The ibogaine rehab center learned that some of these complications include a risk of stroke that’s four times higher than a person without the disease. A lack of energy and constant fatigue due to overall kidney and pancreas problems is also another issue. But this blog talks more about the visual disturbances, also known as diabetic retinopathy, that can happen advanced stages of the disease.

As diabetes gets worse, the body tries to counteract the effects of damaged blood vessels in the retina. But due to the disease, the vessels develop badly and bleed into the clear fluid inside the eye, which in turn obscures vision and results in vision problems. As the bleeding gets worse, there’s even more damage to the retina which again the body tries to repair with scar tissue instead of new light-sensing cells. Over time, a diabetic vision’s becomes blurry and patchy before completely disappearing.

The ibgogaine rehab center learned that some of these complications include a risk of stroke that’s four times higher than a person without the disease. A lack of energy and constant fatigue due to overall kidney and pancreas problems is also another issue. But this blog talks more about the visual disturbances, also known as diabetic retinopathy, that can happen advanced stages of the disease.
As diabetes gets worse, the body tries to counteract the effects of damaged blood vessels in the retina. But due to the disease, the vessels develop badly and bleed into the clear fluid inside the eye, which in turn obscures vision and results in vision problems. As the bleeding gets worse, there’s even more damage to the retina which again the body tries to repair with scar tissue instead of new light-sensing cells. Over time, a diabetic vision’s becomes blurry and patchy before completely disappearing.

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Research coming out of the California Institute of Technology exposes a new glowing contact lens that’s designed to prevent further damage to the blood vessels of the retina. And unlike the current treatment for diabetic retinopathy, it’s not invasive. Since a damaged retina is the result of insufficient supply of oxygen, most treatments focus on reducing the oxygen needs. Invasive lasers are used to burn away peripheral cells in the retina, so the oxygen they would have needed is then transferred to vision, more important cells in the center. Another treatment involves medicated injections to reduce the amount of new blood cells in the eyeball.

The ibogaine rehab center learned patients are to only wear the glowing lenses at night since that’s when cells need the most oxygen with diabetic retinopathy. Twice as much in fact then during the daytime. Researchers used the same technology as wristwatches that have glowing markers. Tiny vials filled with tritium which is radioactive hydrogen gas and emits electrons as it decays. In turn these electrons convert into light by a phosphorescent coating, ensuring a constant light output.

The ibogaine rehab center learned that early testing showed promising results, with cells activity reduced by as much as 90% when worn in the dark.

If you or anyone you know is dealing with diabetes complication, going the alternative medicine route may help. At the ibogaine rehab center, we leverage the power of a natural substance called ibogaine which we bring in from West Africa and purify. An ibgaine treatment allows the body to reset and heal itself from the inside out. You can expect medical supervision, along with 24/7 nursing, gourmet meals and comfortable/safe accommodations.

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