LED phototherapy with polarized light for diabetes


The most common metabolic disease in the world, diabetes can lead to severe complications and the number of patients is increasing year after year. It is caused by a lack of insulin or the insensitivity of the body to insulin. As a consequence, glucose is not taken up by the cells, but is excreted through the urine while taking a large amount of water with it.

Type 1 diabetes usually develops quickly and is only recognized when the affected individual falls into a coma.

Type 2 diabetes develops slowly, almost imperceptibly, so it usually comes to light in the course of a routine medical check-up, indicated by elevated blood glucose levels or elevated urine glucose levels.

Since the cells are unable to absorb glucose, the concentration of glucose increases in response to absolute or relative insulin deficiency. The amount of excreted urine increases due to high blood glucose levels (hyperglycemia), because above a certain glucose level (usually from 10 mmol/L) the kidneys can no longer retain glucose and it is excreted with the urine together with a large volume of water. This water loss makes the patient thirsty. In some cases, prolonged fatigue, delayed wound healing, recurrent acne, or itching may point to diabetes. Hyperglycemia can induce ophthalmologic complications, such as visual disturbances. Ophthalmologists sometimes call attention to possible diabetes after recognizing characteristic changes to the back of the eye. Since glucose is not taken up by the body, the weight of the individual may decrease even with unchanged or increased appetite. The patient can adjust to the symptoms, so it is common for the complications of diabetes to be first recognized by a doctor.

Polarized light therapy is an important complementary therapy in diabetes, especially because diabetics often suffer a weakened immune system and vascular damage, both of which can cause a plethora of other disorders. These can be mitigated by treating the appropriate areas with polarized light.

Treatment ■ treat the eyes, the kidneys and the pancreas for 10 minutes each, repeated after 30 minutes.
Color therapy ■ the use of the color yellow is recommended, and the kidneys should be treated with orange

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