“My daughter, Stephanie, is 16 years old. She was having convulsions every 3 hours. This began when she was 8 years old and now she is 16 years old. Sometimes she had convulsions the whole night through, one after the other. I had to run to the hospital and we returned the following day. She has been taking the medicine Tegretol, but still continued with the many attacks.”
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Does this sound funny? Does one have anything to do with the other? One might think that my happiness is something psychic. And my pancreas is an organ. Where should there be a connection?
Scientists made a sensational discovery: Only if the pancreas has sufficient Serotonin at its disposal, it can work correctly! If there is not enough Serotonin, it will work incompletely and disturbances are the consequence. The pancreas is, among other things, responsible for a correct insulin-preparation, and if only this factor doesn’t work correctly, the consequences are e.g. diabetes. If too much fat is stored in the tissues, it means I will become overweight or if too little fat is stored, I will turn too thin etc.. If my pancreas is such an important organ for my health, if it decides, whether I am diabetic, overweight, underweight, normal weight and much more, from where can I get sufficient Serotonin so this gland can work correctly? Continue reading “My Daily Happiness and My Pancreas”
I am an Engineer in zootechnology and recently turned fifty years of age. Nineteen months ago I lost my job as coordinator in an international project and I have remained unemployed since like so many here in this country. All the problems and the concerns I had predisposed me to getting sick and I was diagnosed with diabetes, having a glucose level of 348 in my blood.”
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