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GENERAL ROOT OF VIOLATIONS
When the leaves of the plant begin to look sick, the wise gardeners dig up its root to see what it is. They are well aware that in most plants the cause of the disease should be sought in the invisible eye and the root hidden in the soil. They are not surprised that the first symptoms appear far from the root, on the leaves. They know that in order to be healthy, the leaves must receive nutrients from the roots immersed in the soil. I learned this in childhood, watching the gardeners near my house.
In the process of searching for answers to my own questions and solutions to my own problems, I, from a narrow specialist in Western medicine, gradually turned into a broad-minded doctor. Studying other healing traditions, I derived a common concept for them: health and illness begin in the intestines. This concept, the essence of which I initially was incomprehensible, contained the answer to my questions. Hidden from the eyes, like the root of a plant, the intestines absorb nutrients from the food - our soil. From his health depends on whether the body receives the building materials it needs. Toxin damage, depression, irritable bowel syndrome, nutritional deficiencies, mucus, acidity, serotonin production - all these disparate puzzle elements are combined into a multi-level matrix that is the answer to my “how” and “why”: each system or function of the body has a direct connection with intestines.
Most people underestimate the importance of intestinal health. In the foreground are other organs, such as the heart. However, in my case, information about this system turned out to be the missing link between irritable bowel syndrome and depression.
The gut is of paramount importance to human life. It is a high-precision machine that not only supplies the body with the necessary building materials, but also determines who should be trusted. For the balanced functioning of this machine requires certain conditions. When we deviate from the natural settings, the conditions of functioning of the intestine deteriorate, and the body may be deficient in nutrients. In these cases, intuition may suffer, seasonal allergies, depression, constipation, and excess weight may return, despite abstinence from food. There may be an unusual reaction to products that have not previously caused it.
Toxins often primarily affect the intestines. This is not a single body, it is a whole system that performs important, diverse and almost magical functions. A brief overview of the four main components of this system will help you understand how it can encompass the causes of various diseases.
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GENERAL ROOT OF VIOLATIONS
- ROOT TEETH OF THE HORSE
The jaws are elongated, providing implantation of a tooth with an increased surface area necessary for chewing vegetable feed. In addition, the jaws are deepened, providing a receptacle for the immersed parts of the long-crown teeth necessary to compensate for the erasure of the teeth due to such an abrasive diet. Like the incisors, previously discussed, the molars can continue to grow in
- Who discovered the snake root?
Along with the methods borrowed from Europe (and subsequently from America), Indian doctors for many centuries used their own means, recommended by ancient books. These books make up the Indian healing system called Ayur-Veda, under the auspices of the Indian god of medicine, Dhan-Vanthari. When I visited in 1948 the State Psychiatric Hospital in
- The concept of "general adaptation syndrome"
General adaptation syndrome, a set of general protective reactions that occur in the body of animals and humans under the action of significant strength and duration of external and internal stimuli; These reactions contribute to the restoration of imbalance and are aimed at maintaining the constancy of the internal environment of the body - Homeostasis. The concept of A. with. put forward by Canadian scientist G. Selye
- General urine analysis
Examination of any patient always begin with a general analysis of urine. This is a mandatory and at the same time the simplest method. General analysis of urine involves determining its color, transparency, odor, reaction, relative density, presence and degree of concentration of glucose and protein in urine, counting of blood cells, epithelial cells of the urinary tract, cylinders, identification
- Common arterial trunk
CHD, in which one vessel departs from the base of the heart, providing systemic, pulmonary and coronary circulation. Another name for blemish is persistent arterial trunk. The frequency of pathology is 0.030.07 per 1000 live births, about 1.1% among all CHD, 3% among the critical CHD. The barrel has a single valve (truncal), on which from two to six wings (most often -
- GENERAL INSPECTION
General condition of the patient: satisfactory Consciousness: clear. Build: normostenichesky. body weight 83 kg, height 172 cm Body temperature: 36.6 Facial expression: calm. Skin, nails and visible mucous membranes: The skin is dry, the turgor is preserved, with a yellowish tinge. Male type hair growth. Pigmentations, rashes, hemorrhages, hems, trophic changes, visible
- general review
The parts of the respiratory tract are the nasopharynx, larynx, trachea and bronchial tree. The vast surface of the nasal cavity (nasal concha and septum), which is covered with a well-supplied blood mucosa, plays an important role in warming and moistening the inhaled air. The cilia of the epithelium is responsible for the capture and movement of small foreign particles. Children have nasal passages and located below
- General and gynecological examination
External examination of patients begins with an assessment of the type of constitution. Infantile body type is characterized by a small growth, proportional to the addition, evenly narrowed pelvis. The mammary glands are small, with flat and small nipples, there is a lack of hair development on the genitals. The first menstruation in these women often comes later than the usual period, and menstruation
- General examination and anamnesis
When collecting anamnesis, they find out whether the patient has chronic lung diseases (pneumonia, tuberculosis, etc.), as well as social and occupational factors that contribute to their appearance: occupational hazards (working in a gassed, dusty room, working with asbestos, cement, etc.). e.), smoking. Pay attention to cough (perhaps bronchitis - you need an in-depth study),
- The total chemical composition of viruses
An essential component of the viral particle is any one of the two nucleic acids, protein and ash elements. These three components are common to all viruses, without exception, while the other dipalpoids and carbohydrates are not included in all viruses. Viruses, consisting only of nucleic acid protein and ash elements, most often belong to the group of simple ones.
- Urine collection for general analysis
Purpose To collect the morning urine in a clean and dry jar in the amount of 150-200 ml. Indications By appointment of a doctor. Contra no. Equipment 1. Clean and dry 200 ml capacity with lid. 2. Label direction. 3. A jug of water. 4. Soap. 5. Napkin or towel. Conducting manipulation m / s 6. Gloves. 7. Cotton swabs. 8. Forceps or tweezers. 9. Oilcloth. 10. Vessel, urinal. eleven.
- The general nature of the action on the body
Under production conditions, toxic substances enter the human body through the respiratory tract, skin, as well as through the gastrointestinal tract. The way substances enter the body depends on their state of aggregation (gaseous and vaporous substances, liquid and solid aerosols) and on the nature of the technological process (heating of the substance, grinding, etc.). Toxic effect of substances
- General adaptation syndrome (stress)
When the action on the body of various damaging factors in it there are two kinds of changes. On the one hand, sex and damage are detected, and on the other hand, protective-compensatory mechanisms are activated as a reaction to damage. The last group of mechanisms has always attracted the attention of researchers. I.P. Pavlov designated it as the “physiological measure” of the organism. In 1932, the American physiologist U.
- OVERVIEW OF THE ANATOMY OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM
The main function of the nervous system is to regulate the physiological processes of the body depending on the constantly changing environmental conditions. The nervous system performs adaptation (adaptation) of the body to the external environment, regulation of all internal processes and their constancy (homeostasis) - constancy of body temperature, biochemical reactions, blood pressure, processes
- The general plan of the structure of the nervous system
Departments of the nervous system: Central (CNS) (brain, spinal cord, which are protected by the meninges consisting of connective tissue) Peripheral (PNS) (nerves, nerve nodes): somatic (voluntary regulation) and autonomous (involuntary). Autonomous - manages the work of internal organs, does not obey the will of the person, consists of two sections: the sympathetic and
- Crib. General course of Neuropathology, 2011
2 course. DNU them. Olesya Potter. Psychology faculty. Basic answers to questions included in the course.
- General algorithm for emergency care
1. To ensure the normalization of respiration and hemodynamics. 2. Stop further ingestion of poison in the body. 2.1. In case of inhalation poisoning, remove the injured from the contaminated atmosphere. 2.2. In case of oral poisoning - flush the stomach, enter the chelators, put a cleansing enema. When washing the stomach or washing off poisons from the skin, use water with a temperature not higher than 18 ° C,
- The posterior brain. Departments, the general plan of the structure
The bridge, pons, is from the base of the brain a thick white shaft bordering on the back of the upper end of the medulla oblongata, and on the front with the legs of the brain. The lateral border of the bridge is an artificially drawn line through the roots of the trigeminal and facial nerves, linea trigeminofacialis. Lateral to this line are the middle cerebellar legs, pedunculi cerebellares medii,