Diabetes is a common condition and can be effectively managed with treatments like low-level laser therapy, which has been shown to stabilise blood glucose levels and improve pancreatic health.

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Diabetes is a common and often debilitating condition, but the good news is it can be effectively managed and many of the symptoms can be completely treated using the right therapies and healthy lifestyle habits.1

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Studies show that low level laser therapy (LLLT) laser therapy can reduce high blood glucose in diabetic patients and help to stabilise blood glucose levels.2 LLLT can also work to restore pancreas function and regenerate pancreatic tissue.2 This is important, as the pancreas is the organ that produces insulin, which controls the levels of glucose in the bloodstream.3

LLLT has been shown to provide relief to patients suffering from angina, coronary artery disease, hypertension, heart attack, stroke and other conditions affecting the heart.3

Read more about diabetes, glucose and insulin here.

coMra AND DIABETES: CASE REPORTS FROM A LASER SPECIALIST

Dr Anna Surazakova, MD, as CEO and Medical Director of the coMra Centre for Restorative Medicine, Technologia Zhizni, Altai, Russia, has used coMra therapy to treat and manage a wide variety of conditions in her patients, including type II diabetes.

In a series of insightful case reports, Dr Surazakova shares her experiences with treating diabetic patients:

CASE REPORT #1 4

A 63-year-old woman with unmanaged type II diabetes was experiencing fluctuations in her blood glucose levels throughout the day, causing serious weakness and malaise, as well as digestive problems (abdominal pain and constipation). She also had symptoms of diabetic neuropathy (nerve damage) in her lower limbs.

The patient had been ill for 20 years, and was not following the recommended guidelines, not taking her medications as instructed, and not getting regular check-ups with her doctor. Her diagnosis was type II diabetes mellitus, with diabetic sensory neuropathy in the lower extremities. She had also had problems with high blood pressure, coronary heart disease, gastritis and gallbladder inflammation over the years.

The patient underwent a course of coMra therapy, once a day for 21 days. The treatment showed the following results:

  • Blood glucose levels stabilised
  • Her digestive symptoms disappeared
  • She noticed an improvement in her general wellbeing
  • Her mood became more stable
  • She noticed a boost in her energy levels

Dr Surazakova recommended that the patient repeat her coMra treatment within 2 to 3 weeks, and then at least once per quarter throughout the year.

Watch this video for the full case report.

CASE REPORT #2 5
A 60-year-old woman was experiencing blood glucose fluctuations, which caused symptoms like weakness, malaise, dry mouth, vision problems and frequent urination. Her diagnosis was type II diabetes mellitus, with diabetic sensory neuropathy in her lower limbs, and diabetic angiopathy (blood vessel damage) affecting her eyes and kidneys. She had also experienced multiple complications over the years, including chronic inflammation, digestive trouble, high blood pressure and a haemorrhage in one eye.

The patient had been struggling with various diabetic symptoms for 25 years, despite taking her medications, checking in with her GP and endocrinologist, and usually following the recommended diet guidelines. Her first course of coMra therapy included 11 treatments, on a schedule of 2 treatments per day. Her treatment was done in combination with her diabetic medications.

The treatment showed the following results:

  • Blood glucose levels stabilised
  • Thirst and dry mouth disappeared
  • The haemorrhage in her eye resolved within 3 to 4 days
  • She noticed an improvement in her blood pressure
  • Her sleep patterns returned to normal
  • She noticed a mood improvement and felt less depressed
  • Urination levels returned to normal

Dr Surazakova recommended a specialised schedule of follow-up coMra treatments for the patient, to help her with the long-term management of her condition. Depending on her results, she may be able to reduce her use of hypoglycaemic medications in the future.

Watch this video for the full case report.

coMra PROTOCOLS FOR DIABETES AND RELATED HEALTH ISSUES

You can use coMra treatments to manage diabetes and improve the symptoms that come with it:6

coMra Therapy for Diabetes-2ENDOCRINOLOGY 1 can be used to treat these conditions:

  • Prediabetes
  • Insulin resistance
  • Type II diabetes (together with ENDOCRINOLOGY 2)
  • Type I diabetes (together with IMMUNOLOGY 1)

NEUROLOGY 15 treats diabetic polyneuropathy (damage to nerves in the limbs, hands and feet).

SURGERY 8 treats diabetic foot ulcers.

NEPHROLOGY 4 treats diabetic neuropathy, kidney disease and kidney failure.

GASTROENTEROLOGY 4 treats gastritis and GATSROENTEROLOGY 6 relieves constipation, diarrhoea and indigestion.

There are also protocols available to help you heal your pancreas and boost your overall health:6

6 treats pancreatic conditions:

  • Inflammation of the pancreas (pancreatitis)
  • Severe pancreatic disease (pancreanecrosis)

UNIVERSAL 3 (BLOOD) supports overall wellbeing and improves circulation, while UNIVERSAL 2 (HEART) supports the immune system and promotes good heart health.

Find full details and instructions in the latest coMra User Guide.

LIFESTYLE TIPS FOR MANAGING DIABETES

coMra therapy gives you the best results when you follow healthy lifestyle habits to complement the treatment. Here are a few diet and lifestyle tips for managing your blood glucose levels and keeping diabetes in check:1

  • Eat plenty of high-fibre foods
  • Avoid processed sugar
  • Reduce your intake of sodium (salt)
  • Replace unhealthy (saturated) fats with healthier fat sources (unsaturated fats and omega-3 fats)
  • Quit smoking if you haven’t done so already
  • Limit your alcohol intake
  • Get regular exercise
  • Get regular check-ups with your GP or endocrinologist
  • Take care of your feet, treat any cuts or injuries immediately and see your doctor if any problems occur
  • Take your prescribed diabetic medications as instructed
  • Follow your coMra treatments as instructed in the User Guide or by your doctor

NOTE: coMra is a powerful modality. The uses described above are those recommended by the coMra User Guide. Experience over 10 years has shown that in the case of most chronic conditions, treatments can also be spread out to once or twice per week, without taking the breaks outlined in the guide.

References:

1 Diabetes. Heart & Stroke Foundation South Africa.2 Kazemikhoo N, Ansari F, Nilforoushzadeh. The hypoglycemic effect of intravenous laser therapy in diabetic mellitus type 2 patients; a systematic review and meta-analyses. Medical & Clinical Reviews. 2015;1(1). doi:10.21767/2471-299X.1000007.3 Karpińska M, Czauderna M. Pancreas – its functions, disorders, and physiological impact on the mammals’ organism. Front Physiol. 2022;13:807632. doi:10.3389/fphys.2022.807632.4 coMra Therapy YouTube. Type 2 Diabetes.5 Case report #26 coMra User Guide