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Hypoglycemia and Hyperglycemia have links to Mood Swings.

Updated: Mar 5

Hypoglycemia and Hyperglycemia have links to the Psychological trauma of mood swings and Bipolar Disorder. This condition is a deficiency in Protease which digests Proteins. Protease deficiency creates excess alkaline products in the body/brain barrier of the blood. It results in mood swings and Psychological trauma of irritable states of mind because of a grief inside of sadness. In theory of mind where the sublime interaction from the Buzzing crowd creates an overloading of sensations, it is because of Hypoglycemia and Hyperglycemia. In a Psychosocial sensation, internal reactions struggle because of these two conditions. Protease gives the ability to digest unwanted chemicals. It is in the blood that supplies the brain and body tissue and this builds excessive harmful chemicals that cause the mood swings of Bipolar Disorder. Protein conversion is necessary for Glucose in the body/brain barrier of the blood system. Glucose and Hypoglycemia for Protease Enzymes digestion and this is what causes unnaturally sad states and mood swings in its imbalance caused to the Sympathetic and Parasympathetic nerves of body/brain blood barrier. Hypoglycemia is when Glucose is too low and Hyperglycemia is when blood sugars are too high and this is what causes the mood swings in Bipolar Disorder. So when the blood sugars are too high because of Hyperglycemia the mood swings towards elation. When the blood Glucose is too low then the Psychological trauma of the depressive side of Bipolar Disorder takes place. The natural remedy for this is an acidic dietary intake known as a Ketone diet for Bipolar type 2.

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