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Tarachow, S. (1945). 'Correlation Between Emotions and Carbohydrate Metabolism in Two Cases of Diabetes Mellitus.': Albrecht Meyer, Ludolf N. Bollmeier, and Franz Alexander. Psychosomatic Medicine, 1945, Vol. VII, No. 6, pp. 335–341.. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 26:182.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: 'Correlation Between Emotions and Carbohydrate Metabolism in Two Cases of Diabetes Mellitus.': Albrecht Meyer, Ludolf N. Bollmeier, and Franz Alexander. Psychosomatic Medicine, 1945, Vol. VII, No. 6, pp. 335–341.

(1945). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 26:182

'Correlation Between Emotions and Carbohydrate Metabolism in Two Cases of Diabetes Mellitus.': Albrecht Meyer, Ludolf N. Bollmeier, and Franz Alexander. Psychosomatic Medicine, 1945, Vol. VII, No. 6, pp. 335–341.

Sidney Tarachow

The authors' report on the correlations between the analytic material and quantitative urine sugar determinations in two diabetic patients indicated that fluctuations in sugar mobilization and not sugar utilization affected the urine sugar output. The sugar mobilization was affected in the following way. Both patients were strongly dependent, oral demanding and oral sadistic characters. The sugar output tended to be high when there was heightening of all the tensions connected with these character traits such as extreme oral demands, high sexual tension or great rage which was consciously suppressed or actually frustrated. The sugar level would drop if the tensions were diminished either by open expression and temporary exhaustion of these tensions or if there were inhibition of these tensions and turning to depression, guilt, apathy, self-pity, renunciation or passivity. These correlations were also demonstrated during sleep in terms of nocturnal urine sugar output and the character of the dreams. The drop in sugar output did not necessarily depend on character change but on the lowering of the state of tension.

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Tarachow, S. (1945). 'Correlation Between Emotions and Carbohydrate Metabolism in Two Cases of Diabetes Mellitus.'. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 26:182

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