Can you really improve blood sugar and hemoglobin A1C by relaxing and meditating? Yes, absolutely, and that's why this recording by psychotherapist and guided imagery pioneer Belleruth Naparstek has been endorsed and distributed by AADE, the American Association of Diabetes Educators.
Embedded in this soothing, hypnotic meditation, designed for either Type I or Type II diabetes, are suggestions of the body's receptivity to insulin, whether from an under-utilized, natural supply or from medications, or some combination of both.
The physiologically and psychologically sophisticated narrative offers imagery of a steady, balanced digestive process; continuous, on-going organ renewal and repair, and a steady flow of energy and strength, thanks to the healthy, even absorption of nutrients. Other imagery provides extra relaxation and stress relief training for additional stabilization of blood chemistry.
There are also suggestions to inspire and motivate self-care and a positive attitude toward the sometimes rigorous and frustrating demands involved in managing diabetes. The exquisite scoring is composed and played by Steven Mark Kohn.
Listen to a sample, and see for yourself why this extraordinary guided meditation for diabetes has been such a popular professional and word-of-mouth favorite for years. Better yet, check your blood sugar before and after listening to 10 or 15 minutes of this program, and you'll see that this is an essential addition to your diabetes care toolkit.
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