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How to enter the detoxification mode


The organism, designed to meet all these needs, is forced to determine priorities, carry out redistribution and reorganization. Since digestion consumes so much of the energy budget, detoxification is somewhat delayed. All the additional modern toxins we are exposed to, penetrating into the circulatory system and body tissues, linger there, as lactic acid lingers in the muscles when they perform intensive work. Because these additional toxins are irritants, the cells envelop them with mucus to soften the irritation caused by them, and are eagerly awaiting a signal from the central bank of the body that there is energy for detoxification and toxins can be released back into the circulatory system.
In the case of lactic acid accumulating in the course of intensive anaerobic activity, the signal about the onset of detoxification is sent when the muscles cease to contract. In the case of toxins accumulating in the tissues, the signal about the onset of detoxification is sent when the digestion, absorption and assimilation processes are completed.
This is green light, allowing the body to enter the detoxification regime.
The detox program is designed to make this signal louder than usual, mainly by reducing the load on the digestive tract. If the process of digestion is stopped quite often and for a sufficiently long period of time, the signal for the onset of detoxification is activated more often and sounds at full volume. It initiates the removal of accumulated toxins and mucus that envelops them. But this is only the beginning. Having freed themselves from the tissues in which they stayed, toxins enter the bloodstream. The buffer mucous coat disintegrates and also appears in the bloodstream. Toxins and mucus should be quickly neutralized and withdrawn from the body, otherwise they can cause damage to it. Their massive release into the blood is tantamount to the release of hundreds of prisoners from prison in the center of the city without carrying out a rehabilitation program.
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How to enter the detoxification mode

  1. Day regimen as the basis of a healthy lifestyle.
    The great physiologist I.P. Pavlov often said that nothing so facilitates the work of the nerve cells of the brain, as a certain order of life. Such a specific schedule, the regime of the day, is extremely important for a person. Everything has its time in the mode of the day, and otherwise the work will not get along, it will not do good. The regime of the day is understood as the distribution of the main cases and activities carried out
  2. On the mode of the child from the moment of his birth before he gets on his feet
    As for the regime of pregnant women and close to women, we will write about this in separate articles. Regarding the regime of the newborn, having a balanced nature, scientists said that the first duty is to cut the umbilical cord, leaving it on four fingers, then tie it with a slightly twisted clean hair, so that it does not hurt; After this, we must put a flap on this place
  3. Features of a diet in sports activity: a food in training and competitive periods. The mode of fluid intake.
    For novice athletes, whose training loads per day are significantly less than for highly qualified athletes, and consequently, the energy consumption is also lower, the daily norms of protein intake are somewhat reduced, to 1.5-2 g per kg of weight. However, regardless of the specialization and qualification of the athlete, the proteins must provide at least 17% of the total caloric value of the food
  4. Ayurvedic detoxification programs
    In comparison with other purification practices, the programs of ayurvedic detoxification take out toxins more slowly, because they use products subjected to heat treatment. But slowly does not mean ineffectively. Many health problems are more successfully resolved through long-term low-intensity detoxification methods. In addition, the ancient practices of panchakarma reach
  5. Classification of extracorporeal detoxification methods
    We spoke above about the main groups of extracorporeal detoxification methods. In the classification of A.M. Sazonova, L.A. Ender discusses in detail two of them. 1. Methods of enhancing natural detoxification systems: a) infusion therapy; b) hemodilution; c) forced diuresis. 2. Methods of artificial detoxification: a) hemodialysis; b) peritoneal dialysis; at)
  6. Correction of the detoxification process
    Purification and detoxification programs accelerate the process of elimination of toxins and increase its scale. But the acceleration of its first stage (the release of toxins) does not at all entail an automatic acceleration of the second stage (neutralization of toxins). There are different mechanisms at these two stages, and therefore they must be balanced. In order to avoid discomfort at the same time
  7. Methods of detoxification of the body
    1. Choose methods for extracorporeal detoxification: 1) Plasmapheresis 2) Hemosorption 3) Forced diuresis 4) Photogemotherapy Answers: a) Correct 1,2,4; b) it is correct 1,2,3; c) correctly 2,3,4. 2. Literal translation of the term plasmapheresis: 1) Separation into layers 2) Absorption 3) Formation of complexes Answers: a) Correctly 1; b) it is correct 2; c) correctly 3. 3. The components of hemodialysis are everything,
  8. Methods of active detoxification
    1. Patient S., 19 years old, entered the intensive care unit. From anamnesis: 15 minutes before admission, drank 100 ml of vinegar. At admission: BP 80/60 mmHg, tachycardia up to 110 per min, hemolysis of blood up to 500. Choose the sequence of application of methods of detoxification of the organism depending on the stage of exogenous poisoning and justify your choice. 2. Patient K., 80 years old, was in the intensive care unit
  9. Periodic detoxification
    The next most common question that arises after completing the program is "When should I repeat the program?" How often and for how long you should detoxify depends on how clean your diet and lifestyle remain and what results you intend to achieve. But with modern lifestyle in large cities can not be completely avoided
  10. METHODS OF EXTRACORPORAL DETOXICATION
    Among a large number of methods for treating various diseases accompanied by toxicosis, intoxication, and poisoning, extracorporeal detoxification methods are widely used to accelerate the removal of toxic substances from the body, protect and maintain the functions of the organs and systems of the patient. Despite the high importance and active use in the complex of medical
  11. Detoxification program: the main mechanisms
    The process of food processing is completed approximately 8 hours after its reception. Only then can the body start cleaning up the garbage accumulated not only for the current day, but also for weeks, months and years (if not decades). Due to lack of energy or time to cleanse the body, waste deposits are formed. When the food is completely digested, the signal on the onset of detoxification starts, and toxins
  12. Methods of extracorporeal detoxification
    Based on the above classification, let us consider the main methods of extracorporeal detoxification. Infusion therapy The task of infusion means is the binding and neutralization of toxic substances. One of the most effective means of detoxification is serum albumin, available in the form of 5, 10, 20% solution. It has a significant oncotic pressure and promotes
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