Diabetes is one of the most common diseases in the world and in our country. According to the statistics provided by the International Diabetes Federation, diabetes can be found in one out of every 11 adults.

In the RTM system, the goal is not to directly suppress the symptoms of diabetes and to eliminate the symptoms but to reveal the factors that cause this disease specific to the individual and to detect and treat the source part of the disease. In the treatment, it is aimed to restore the infrastructure that causes the disease and to ensure the normal functioning of the system.

Let’s take a brief look at diabetes…

What is Diabetes?

There are different variants of Diabetes mellitus, which is called as Diabetes Mellitus in medicine. In general, it is the situation where the sugar in the blood, that is, the glucose level rises above normal, and as a result, sugar is encountered in the urine, which is expected to contain no sugar under normal conditions.

What Causes Diabetes?

It is known that genetic and environmental factors play a role in diabetes. Basically, it is divided into two types and the factors in the emergence of the disease are evaluated separately according to the type.

Type 1 Diabetes:

Hereditary factors play a role among its causes. In addition, malfunctions in the function of the body’s defense mechanism and viruses that damage the pancreas, whose function is to regulate blood sugar by producing the hormone insulin, are among the factors that cause the disease.

Type 2 Diabetes:

It is the more common type of the disease. The main causes can be counted as being overweight (obesity), inactivity, stress, diabetes in the parent, aging. In addition, it is possible to give birth to a high birth weight baby with the formation of gestational diabetes during pregnancy.

What are the Symptoms of Diabetes?

High appetite and feeling of fullness, dryness in the mouth, strange taste and constant desire to drink water and frequent urination are the three main symptoms of diabetes. In addition to these, other symptoms that can be seen in diabetes are as follows.

  • Weakness and sleepiness
  • Involuntary and rapid weight loss
  • Blurred vision
  • Tingling, burning and numbness in the feet
  • Wounds heal more difficult and slower than normal
  • Dryness and itching of the skin
  • Odor resembling acetone in the mouth and urine
  • What are the types of diabetes?

Type 1 Diabetes

It is a type of diabetes that is caused by the pancreas not producing insulin or producing it insufficiently and in which it is necessary to take insulin from the outside. It mostly occurs in childhood.

Type 2 Diabetes

It is a type of diabetes that occurs due to the insensitivity of the cells in the body to the hormone insulin, which is responsible for regulating blood sugar.

Latent Autoimmune Diabetes in Adults (LADA)

It is an autoimmune type of diabetes that occurs in advancing ages. It occurs when the body harms itself due to dysfunction in the immune mechanism. As in type 1 diabetes, it becomes dependent on external insulin intake.

Maturity Onset Diabetes of the Young (MODY)

MODY, which stands for Teenage Adult Diabetes, can occur in infants, children and young people under the age of 25. Insulin is usually not required to stabilize blood sugar or low doses are sufficient.

Gestational Diabetes

It is a type of diabetes that develops during pregnancy.

Pre-Diabetes (Hidden sugar)

The pre-diabetes period, which is popularly known as latent diabetes, is a period in which blood sugar tends to be slightly elevated and does not rise to the level to be diagnosed with diabetes. In this period, which can be experienced before the occurrence of type 2 diabetes, it is possible to prevent or slow down the occurrence of diabetes by applying a suitable nutrition program and the right treatment.

How Is Diabetes Diagnosed?

The basic tests used for the diagnosis of diabetes are the measurement of fasting blood sugar and the sugar challenge test, which is called the Oral Glucose Tolerance Test (OGTT). Under normal conditions, fasting blood sugar is measured between 70-100 on average. If the fasting blood glucose measurement is above 126, diabetes can be diagnosed, and if it is between 100-126, the Oral Glucose Tolerance Test is performed to investigate the postprandial blood sugar.

If the glucose level in the blood measured 2 hours after starting the meal is above 200, it is an indicator of diabetes, and a value between 140-199 is an indicator of the latent sugar period called pre-diabetes. In addition, the HbA1C test, which reflects the blood sugar in the last 3 months, is higher than 7%, which indicates the diagnosis of diabetes.

How to Treat Diabetes in RTM System?

An Outlook on the Cause of Diabetes in the RTM System

Our body is in a constant balance against internal and external factors. With this balance, life continues by developing. The RTM System includes its own diagnostic and treatment protocols. Diseases in the RTM System; It is seen as a new balance or new adjustment points created in the body in order to continue life against internal and external negative conditions.

There is a source pattern called the Triad of Disease, which causes new settings to come into play in the body. This triple structure, which includes contamination in the body, system disorders and code changes in DNA (epigenetics), works as follows in diabetes;

Contamination in the Body: There is an increase in toxic load above normal in the body with the increase of cellular metabolic activities due to both the toxins we are exposed to from the environment and various factors. These toxic loads are transported from the cellular level to the detox organs (Liver, Kidney, Lung and Skin) by the circulatory system. In diabetes, both nutritional irregularities and disruptions occur in complex hormonal regulations that come into play to keep blood sugar levels within a certain range. Due to the toxic load in the body and the disruptions in the body’s metabolic activities, the blood sugar level cannot be kept within the specified ranges. This situation causes a high blood sugar rate and an increase in blood viscosity due to disruptions in excretion of other toxins. Over time, disruptions occur in the removal of toxins at the cellular level and in maintaining normal order. This situation causes the glucose and oxygen needed by the cells not to be adequately delivered to the relevant parts of the tissues and organs, and a continuous state of emergency begins in the body.

Deterioration in Systems: Personal characteristics such as genetic structure, hormonal processes and immune response determine the body’s response to internal and external adversities and its adaptation processes. Disruptions that will occur due to contamination in the body, effects on the circulatory system and deterioration in the detox systems are manifested by personal symptoms as in diabetes.

Due to the contamination of the body and the deterioration in the excretion processes of toxins, the viscosity of the blood increases in the parts of the body where the organs and tissues are affected. This will make it difficult for oxygen and nutrients to reach the problem areas and tissue starvation will occur. In order to overcome this situation and maintain vitality, the body will determine its own new solutions when a problem arises. This change will be encoded in the body at the information level and eventually a code change (Epigenetic Change) will occur in the DNA. This change in the information form will be reflected in the form of keeping the blood sugar level constantly high. In fact, these symptoms are a measure to prevent further damage to tissues and organs under toxic accumulation and to prevent damage by pulling the body into a passive form. The name of this new set point determined by the body is diabetes.

Treatment of Diabetes in the RTM System

The aim of the RTM System is not to directly suppress the symptoms of diabetes, but to eliminate the Triad of Disease, which is the source of the disease, as we mentioned above. In the RTM System, this is called the Treatment Triad.

Treatment Triad includes processes aimed at initiating the detox process to return to the normal state of balance in the body, eliminating the imbalance in the failing systems and reversing the epigenetic changes in DNA. This process is planned completely individually.

The main part of the treatment triad is RTM Phytotherapy. The phytotherapy protocol is determined by evaluating the detailed anamnesis, laboratory and imaging findings of the individual, and measurements specific to RTM clinics. With the RTM Phytotherapy protocol, the disease triad, which forms the source part, is withdrawn and treatment is applied.

It is aimed to normalize the epigenetic changes in DNA, which determine the new tuning constants, by informing the body with the seed parts of the plants. In order for the body to adapt to the normalization of this information, the treatment triad is activated by using the leafy parts of the plants, accelerating the detox activities in the body and regulating the systems. When the disease triad is withdrawn, it is aimed that the body will automatically return to the norm form.

In order to both support the body and accelerate the treatment process, in addition to RTM phytotherapeutics, nearly 25 traditional medicine methods such as Ozone,Cupping, Acupuncture, Magnetic field therapy are planned according to the needs of the patient.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who is at higher risk of diabetes?

Those with a family history of diabetes, those who are overweight, those who have given birth to a baby weighing more than 4 kg, those who are exposed to a lot of stress, those with a disease in their pancreas, and those with hormonal diseases such as hyperthyroidism are at higher risk of diabetes.

What is Hidden Sugar (Pre-diabetes)?

What Are the Symptoms of Hidden Diabetes?

Although it is not at a sufficient level to diagnose in the Pre-diabetes period, which is also called hidden sugar, a blood sugar that tends to rise is observed and it is a candidate for Type 2 Diabetes. In the case of pre-diabetes, fasting blood glucose is between 100-125 and postprandial glucose is between 140-199.

What should be done to get rid of diabetes?

Eating a healthy and balanced diet, exercising regularly, getting rid of excess weight, staying away from stress, avoiding alcohol and smoking are helpful to protect against diabetes.

What is gestational diabetes?

The cases that do not have diabetes before but have a sugar metabolism disorder for the first time during pregnancy are defined as the gestational diabetes whose medical name is Gestational Diabetes. Usually 24-28 weeks of pregnancy. It is tested and treated between weeks and weeks.

During pregnancy, many hormones, especially estrogen, are secreted and blood sugar raise. In the picture in which the pancreas cannot adapt to this new situation, a type of diabetes that will end after birth develops. Since gestational diabetes occurs in the mother, the risk of congenital diabetes does not occur in the baby.

Can Children Have Diabetes?

Diabetes can develop in infants and children due to various factors.

What are the Causes of Diabetes in Children?

The most common type of diabetes in children is type 1 diabetes. It is caused by the pancreas not producing enough insulin. Diabetes mellitus in children mostly occurs after traumas, viral diseases, vaccination or the use of certain drugs.

What are the Symptoms of Diabetes in Children?

  • Increased urination and amount, even bedwetting
  • Constant thirst and dry mouth
  • Increased appetite and feeling of extreme hunger
  • Fatigue, weakness, drowsiness
  • Not gaining or losing weight despite eating
  • Irritability and depression
  • Odor in the breath
  • Abdominal pain, nausea or vomiting
  • Frequent breathing

What are the Diagnostic Methods of Diabetes in Children?

First of all, clinical findings and high blood glucose measured at any time are evaluated. The fasting blood glucose is then measured, as in adults. If the fasting blood glucose result above 126 is repeated, the child is diagnosed with diabetes.

Are Diabetes Treatment Methods Different in Children?

Since the insulin production of the pancreas is very insufficient in Type-1 diabetes seen in children, children with diabetes need to take insulin from outside by injection. In addition, it is very important to apply a balanced diet program and regular activity and sports plan for treatment. In this way, children with diabetes can lead a normal life.

Who Needs to Have a Test for Pre-diabetic Diagnosis?

Because pre-diabetes has a high risk of developing into diabetes, it is important to take early measures. It has been reported that the disease can be largely prevented or delayed with timely detection and necessary lifestyle changes.

Pre-diabetic patients experience symptoms of sleepiness and fatigue, especially 1-2 hours after consuming carbohydrates. In addition, hunger and sweet crises, excessive thirst, dry mouth, frequent urination, numbness and burning sensation in the hands and feet, sweating in the head and neck region should also be taken into account.

What should be done to reduce sugar?

Considering the degree and general condition of diabetes in the person, doctors may recommend different methods such as various drugs and insulin injections in the treatment of diabetes. In addition to the treatment, some simple but important methods that the person can apply themselves are also effective in lowering blood sugar.

Consuming plenty of fluids, keeping carbohydrate consumption under control, consuming fibrous foods, portion control, consuming foods with low glycemic index, quality sleep, exercise, stress management and weight control are important factors in reducing sugar.

What should the sugar values be ​​according to age?

In general, fasting blood sugar should be below 100 mg and postprandial blood sugar should be below 140 mg at the end of the 2nd hour until the age of 60. For people over the age of 60, fasting blood sugar should remain below 110 mg, and postprandial blood sugar should remain below 160 or 180 mg.

What are the symptoms of sudden sugar spikes?

Hyperglycemia in the medical language, referring too much sugar in the blood, can be seen in diabetes patients of all ages. In hyperglycemia, symptoms such as dry mouth, excessive thirst, frequent urination, weakness, blurred vision, dry skin and itching can be seen

Is 300 sugar a high level?

People with high blood sugar levels for a long time develop serious complications related to diabetes over time. For this reason, a patient whose blood sugar is around 200-300 is at risk, even if he or she does not feel any discomfort.

Does yogurt lower blood sugar?

Studies have shown that consuming natural yogurt regularly helps keeping blood sugar levels in balance.

Does lemon water lower blood sugar?

Despite its sour taste, it is known that the sugar contained in lemon is approximately equal to other fruits. For this reason, it is recommended not to consume lemon in the form of fruit alone in diabetes. On the other hand, due to its low glycemic index, soluble fiber and rich vitamin C, diabetics can consume water with lemon at certain times and in certain amounts in consultation with a specialist.

o Which nuts are eaten for diabetes?

The important point for a healthy diet in diabetes is to take the nutrients in sufficient quantities in a balanced way. Nuts are mostly rich in fat, but they can also be consumed in certain amounts in diabetes. Diabetes patients should consult a specialist for a personalized nutrition program.

For example, consuming 2 walnuts a day can protect people with diabetes, as well as everyone, from cardiovascular diseases. The high fiber in walnuts and almonds helps to reduce insulin resistance and has a positive effect on balancing blood sugar. Consuming walnuts and almonds in appropriate amounts helps to maintain insulin balance and lose weight in diabetes. However, since they also contain high fat, their calories are not low and therefore the amount should be paid attention to and should be consumed raw.

Is that 160 sugar normal?

In general, fasting blood sugar is expected to be in the range of 90-110, and postprandial blood sugar is expected to be in the range of 140-160 in the 2nd hour.

What happens if fasting blood sugar is high?

If fasting blood sugar is above 90-110, additional tests are done to look for the presence of diabetes.

What to do to balance blood sugar?

Foods with high glycemic index, carbohydrates and alcohol should be avoided, and plenty of water should be drunk. A healthy diet rich in fiber and exercise are also important in balancing blood sugar.

What causes sudden sugar drop?

Irregular and incomplete nutrition can cause a sudden drop in blood sugar, that is, hypoglycemia. Drugs used in the treatment of diabetes and misuse of insulin can also cause a sudden drop in sugar.

Does itching occur in diabetes?

Dryness and itching of the skin are among the symptoms seen in diabetes.

What should diabetics eat and drink?

Diabetics should be fed with foods low in carbohydrates and rich in fiber. In addition, foods with a low glycemic index should be preferred and plenty of water should be consumed. In fact, these recommendations are valid not only for diabetes, but also for all people who want to live a healthy life.

What is the gestational sugar level and insulin is started?

In cases where the diet is not sufficient, insulin use can be started after the blood test results are evaluated by the doctor. It has been reported that approximately 10% to 25% of women with gestational diabetes require insulin to lower blood glucose levels, and this treatment does not harm the baby.

What does diabetic coma mean?

Diabetic coma, or diabetic coma, is a life-threatening condition that can cause unconsciousness. A dangerous increase in blood sugar level in diabetic patients can lead to Hyperglycemia Coma, and a decrease can lead to Hypoglycemia Coma.

Does diabetes cause stains on the skin?

Depending on diabetes, the formation of spots on the skin may develop.

Does diabetes show up in blood test?

Diabetes is a type of disease that is diagnosed with various blood tests.

What is the high level of sugar due to cortisone called?

Cortisone, which is one of the drugs frequently used in medical treatments, can cause significant side effects when used in high doses and for a long time. Insulin can negatively affect the use of blood sugar, causing blood sugar levels to rise.

Does high sugar cause paralysis?

High sugar can cause nerve damage in the body. In addition, complications from diabetes can indirectly cause paralysis as they increase the tendency to clot.

Is diabetes deadly?

In cases where necessary precautions and treatments are not applied and neglected, complications caused by diabetes can be life-threatening.

Which flour should diabetics use?

It is recommended that diabetics stay away from flour and floury foods. If necessary, high fiber and low glycemic index flours such as whole wheat, whole rye should be preferred.

What are the plants that lower blood sugar?

It is important to consult a specialist for the therapeutic use of plants. Some of the herbs and spices thought to have a positive effect on diabetes are cinnamon, dandelion, broccoli sprouts, fenugreek, garlic, turmeric, flaxseed, aloe vera.

What foods should pregnant women with diabetes consume?

During pregnancy, the mother’s caloric needs increase. The diet to be applied should be regulated by a specialist in a way that will bring the mother’s blood sugar to normal, but provide all the nutrients needed by the baby completely and not prevent its development.

Does diabetes medicine prevent pregnancy?

Using diabetes medication or insulin does not prevent pregnancy. However, if possible, 2-3 months before pregnancy and also during pregnancy, the blood sugar values ​​of the expectant mother should be followed by a specialist and the necessary treatment should be applied.

Does high sugar cause headaches?

Too much sugar in the blood can cause headaches in people.

Do diabetics get dizzy?

In some cases, diabetics have been observed to experience symptoms such as dizziness and blurred vision.

What diseases does diabetes cause?

The constant course of high blood sugar can lead to organ damage and cause diseases such as diabetic retinopathy (in the eyes), nephropathy (in the kidneys), neuropathy (in the nerves).

What should someone who is in a diabetic coma do?

In the case of a diabetic coma, the nearest health institution should be consulted immediately.

What happens if diabetes is not treated?

Since diabetes can be a source for the formation of many important diseases, early diagnosis and full compliance with treatment principles are of vital importance. When diabetes is not treated; It can cause permanent damage to the whole body, especially the cardiovascular system, kidneys and eyes.