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Valery Muzhikov*, Elena Vershinina, Ruslan Muzhikov and Kirill Nikitin


Background: One of the main drugs in the treatment of diabetes is insulin. However, the main problem with its use is to adequately selected dose, taking into account the individual characteristics of the organism. The existing methods of invasive control of the effectiveness of its use are quite burdensome for patients, do not always provide an adequate result and reflect the level of glycemia in an already accomplished fact. The purpose of this work was to study the effect of insulin on the level of activity of acupuncture channels (AС) using the Akabane test and their relationship to the glycemia level in type 1 and 2 diabetes mellitus. Methods: In the clinic of endocrinology, the Akabane test was performed in 141 patients with type 1 and 84 with type 2 diabetes who received fast and long-acting insulin. In addition to assessing the effect on channels of different doses of both types of insulin, the effects of time after injection, time after food, and level of glycemia are further analyzed. Results: A pronounced significant effect of this two groups insulin (short and long acting) on certain AС was determined depending on their dose and injection time. When comparing the effect of insulin with the effect on the AC level of glycemia, it was found that the insulin dose and level glycemia mainly affect the same channels, but with the opposite sign and side of influence. In this case, a properly selected insulin dose levels the presence of asymmetry between the left and right branches of the channel, characteristic of hyperglycemia, and creates harmony at the level of bioenergy. Thus, new theoretical and practical prerequisites for the control of an adequate dose of insulin and the selection of individual drugs based on new non-invasive physical principles appear. This rule applies to other medicinal substances. The patient can exercise such a simple non-invasive control of an adequate dose of insulin by the patient on their own.

Keywords: Glycaemic control; insulin; acupuncture; Akabane test; symmetry and asymmetry in the body,

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