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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 achieve impressive results due to the fact that they take into account the individual constitution of the patient (types of body structure kapha, watt, pitta).
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Ayurvedic detoxification programs

  1. 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
  2. Program of the academic discipline with methodological instructions for studying each topic of the program and questions for self-control
    The program of the academic discipline with methodological instructions for studying each program topic and questions for
  3. 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
  4. 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
  5. Support detoxification of the body
    The second important factor in the success of the program is the support of detoxification of the body. You can do it in many ways. IMPROVING THE EFFICIENCY OF CULTIVATION OF SLAGS The success of the program depends to a large extent on the effective excretion of slags. By spending less energy on digestion, absorption, transportation and assimilation of food, the body will send more of it to its internal
  6. 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 that we are exposed to when entering the circulatory system and body tissues are delayed
  7. 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)
  8. 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,
  9. 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
  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. 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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