Blood Sugar Level

Blood Sugar Level Stabilization 

Dr. Jere uses Applied Kinesiology (muscle testing) to help find the source of your blood sugar level problems.

Dr. Jere Jarrett is able to help patients stabilize their blood sugar levels using natural means.  If you have diabetes, nerve imbalances may be the chief contributor to your blood sugar and metabolic problems. Recent studies have shown there’s a connection between the spinal column and nervous system and blood sugar levels.

Blood sugar imbalances can happen for many reasons, including kinds of food eaten, overall health and metabolic efficiency.

Conventional treatment of Diabetes and Blood Sugar issues

A typical medical viewpoint is that blood sugar levels can’t be remedied. They can only be controlled through drugs. But drugs that are prescribed to treat type 2 diabetes may have unwanted side effects. The most common side effects include nausea, weight gain, rash or gas. More serious side effects include liver damage, heart issues and low blood sugar.

Spot the exact source of your Blood Sugar Level issues

Dr. Jere Jarrett is expert in finding the root cause of a condition, such as blood sugar issues and diabetes, allowing him to offer immediate and lasting help. He uses a combination of Applied Kinesiology (muscle testing), a full study of your lifestyle, medical and diet history, and a full body exam.

He creates a treatment plan a combination of low-force chiropractic adjustments, natural supplements and diet recommendations to get your body functioning at a higher level.

Natural treatment that gets results

Chiropractic care can be an important part of a treatment plan for stabilizing your blood sugar levels. Dr. Jere’s chiropractic adjustments work by activating your nervous system and optimizing the neural connections throughout your body. Your enhanced body and brain connection works to better coordinate hormone function and immunity throughout the body.

Chiropractic adjustments combined with a nutritional and exercise program can help negate the effects of type 2 diabetes, which is also known as adult onset diabetes. By emphasizing and recommending healthy lifestyle and diet choices to his patients, Dr. Jere also helps to decrease the incidence of obesity that can predispose his patients to diabetes.

Dr. Jere’s chiropractic care has proven helpful in stabilizing glucose levels. His alternative healthcare approach can work in conjunction with any medical care you might be getting and can help reduce the need for insulin medication, as well.

Exam and Consultation Special Offer

  • Includes complete diagnostic exam
  • Comprehensive consultation
  • Includes first treatment
  • Health evaluation
  • Full treatment plan
  • Targeted nutritional and supplementation plan
  • Get any questions answered

To make an appointment, call 727.447.4647 or click here to request an appointment online.

Diabetes Symptoms

Diabetes is a metabolic disease that affects your body’s ability to regulate the level of blood sugar. It’s the fifth deadliest disease in the United States. Almost 24 million Americans have diabetes, including 5.7 million who don’t even know that they have the disease. And those numbers continue to grow here in the U.S.

Studies show that the early detection of diabetes symptoms and treatment thereof can decrease the chance of developing diabetes complications. Diabetes symptoms include:

  • Unusual thirst
  • Blurred vision
  • Extreme hunger
  • Unusual weight loss
  • Frequent urination
  • Extreme fatigue and irritability
  • Cuts or bruises that are slow to heal
  • Numbness or tingling in the hands or feet
  • Recurring gum, skin or bladder infections

Diabetes risk factors

Risk factors for diabetes, in addition to being overweight or obese or being age 45 or older, include the following:

  • Having a parent, brother, or sister with diabetes
  • Being African American, Alaska Native, American Indian, Asian American, Pacific Islander or Hispanic American
  • Having a history of cardiovascular disease
  • Giving birth to a baby weighing more than 9 pounds or being diagnosed with gestational diabetes found during pregnancy
  • Having high blood pressure of 140/90 mmHg or above, or being treated for high blood pressure
  • Exercising fewer than three times a week
  • Having abnormal cholesterol with HDL cholesterol of 35 or lower, or triglyceride level of 250 or higher
  • Having polycystic ovary syndrome, also called PCOS

Tips to prevent Type 2 Diabetes

Getting more exercise can help reduce your risk for develping diabetes.

You can reduce your risk for developing type 2 diabetes by taking small steps to change your diet, maintaining a healthy weight and increasing your level of physical activity. With these tips, you can stay healthier longer and reduce your risk of diabetes.

  • Get more physical activity
  • Control your weight
  • If you smoke try to quit
  • Only use alcohol in moderation
  • Avoid fast food
  • Get a good night’s rest
  • Choose whole grain products over highly processed carbohydrates
  • Skip the sugary drinks, and choose water, coffee, or tea instead
  • Choose good fats instead of bad fats
  • Limit red meat and avoid processed meat; choose nuts, whole grains, poultry or fish instead

To make an appointment, call 727.447.4647 or click here to request an appointment online.