What happens if diabetic stops medicines

What happens if diabetic stops medicines

What happens if diabetic stops medicines

A lady aged 60 years discussed hydration dehydration cycles. She decided to take the chance with hydration dehydration cycles and stopped her BP and Diabetes medicines from day 1.

She was diabetic for more than 5 years. Her age Blood sugar with medicines used to be 200/300 (fasting and random).

First 5 days, after she stopped her medicines for diabetes and BP the blood sugar, readings were as under –




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During this period she drank water with meals only. 3 glasses a day. But she continued drinking tea.

Another friend of mine aged 55 years also agreed to try hydration dehydration cycles and walk and rest routines. He was diabetic and BP patient for more than 20 years. He did not stop the medicines immediately.

Initially he reported being very lazy. After about 15-20 he stopped taking medicines for diabetes. Still his blood sugar levels remained at normal levels. After about 30 days he reduced his BP medicines to half. Still his blood pressure remained normal.

This was the case with 3 more patients.

Most shocking is the case of a 28 year old male. He was told by doctors in multi speciality hospital that his pancreas is 98% damaged and he will have to get pancreas transplant done or continue with insulin and medicines for life. For last 2 months he is without any medicines and insulin. Still his blood pressure readings are way better then these used to be with medicines and insulin. He started taking 5-6 spoons of sugar as well. Even then his blood sugar level used to be normal.

Same is the case of a 20 year old boy. He also reported excellent result within 5 days of starting hydration dehydration. He reduced his diabetes medicines to half and reduced his insulin by 4 points in first 4 days.

With these results I wonder whether this happens without hydration dehydration cycles as well, in case the person stops taking medicines, will his blood sugar level falls initially.

Please give feedback and comments. And also explain why and how this happens.

What Causes Blood Pressure

What Causes Blood Pressure

What Causes Blood PressureWhat Causes Blood Pressure


  • Blood Pressure is taken of Arterial Blood (Fluid).
  • Arterial Blood is 7% of total body weight.
  • Total body fluid is 70 to 75% of the total body weight.
  • So about 65% of the fluid is in the cells and between the gap in the cells.
  • Arterial blood supplies nutrients to the entire body.


Brain Storming to check the possibilities

  • Let us say that arterial blood has to service 10 sq meters of area with the job of delivering the nutrients.
  • Due to some reasons the arteries are not able to deliver the required nutrients to the area.
  • Let us say blood travels at the speed of x speed to service 10 sq meters.
  • Now if it has to service 15 sq meters it will need to increase the speed by 1.5 times (1.5 x).
  • That will cause high Blood Pressure.
  • The other way to service the increased area would be to load more nutrients in per unit of blood.
  • That will cause high blood sugar.


What can cause increase in the service area


  • The size of the stomach is 200 to 250 grams. So there is a limit to which a person can overeat food.
  • A person can drink water from 500 ml a day to 8 – 10 litres a day.
  • The excess is not only excreted. It is stored in the cells of the body as well over a longer period of time.
  • More nutrients are needed to service excess water in the cells.
  • The excess of supplements and vitamins can also cause the increase in the service area.
  • The change in the mix of minerals can also cause increase in the service load.


Since last 3 months I have been trying to cure type 1 Diabetic patient with hydration / dehydration cycles. I am very close to complete cure. The patient is not able to restrict tea intake. Tea is causing increase in urine frequency and that is the culprit today. Otherwise the patient is more or less cured.


Get back to this web site again after few days to get the update on the patient.