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Dysbacteriosis is a qualitative change in the normal species composition of bacteria (microbiota) of the intestine or skin. There is an opinion that the intestinal dysbacteriosis arises as a result of a disturbance of the balance of the intestinal microflora due to various reasons: the use of antibacterial agents, in particular antibiotics, malnutrition, and impaired immunity. As a result of the violation of competitive relationships of normal organ microflora, their place is often occupied by pathogenic microorganisms, for example, candida fungi or aspergillus. The microflora of the human intestine is very vulnerable and weak, so a dysbacteriosis occurs in a large number of people around the world. The cause of the emergence of dysbiosis can be spreading increasingly poor environmental conditions.

With dysbacteriosis in the intestinal mucosa, an inflammatory process develops, stomach aches, flatulence, sometimes loose stools, weight loss, lack of vitamins in the body, anemia.

Movement disorders of the intestine can cause bitterness in the mouth, belching, a sense of rapid saturation, heaviness in the stomach, nausea (sometimes vomiting), sheep feces (feces in the form of small balls).

Frequent manifestations of dysbiosis are allergic reactions in the form of rashes on the skin in response to the reception of some food (food allergies). Dysbacteriosis is always accompanied by increased fatigue, weakness.

Since dysbiosis is statistically present in 90% of the population at one or another age, doctors all over the world are engaged in this problem, thereby creating different ways of classifying dysbiosis. The most common of these are: classification according to the degree of disturbance of the intestinal microflora, by the types of digestion disorders, by the degree of compensation, by reason of the pathogen, by the composition of the microorganisms present in the intestine.

At each certain age, there are reasons for the occurrence of dysbiosis, as well as the age principle, there are differences and signs are given of intestinal disease. So, in newborn children of microflora, dysbacteriosis can develop due to maternal nutrition or the use of antibiotics by both mother and child.
In adulthood, the causes can range from malnutrition and the use of antibiotics to stress, a sedentary lifestyle and a change of residence.

It is necessary to prevent dysbiosis, so as not to search for ways to treat it in the future. Treatment should also be complex, and should depend on the cause that caused dysbiosis. For correction of dysbacteriosis, first of all, a diet is prescribed with the exception of fatty, fried, spicy foods and sufficient amount of food rich in fiber, which helps to cleanse the intestines.

In order to normalize the healthy intestinal microflora, and restore its functions, vitamin-mineral complexes and enzymes that promote food cleavage are essential.

With dysbiosis you need to fight, otherwise it can completely undermine a person's health.

In the treatment of dysbacteriosis, both antibacterial and bacterial preparations, as well as digestive and intestinal motility regulators are prescribed.

When fighting with dysbacteriosis, a method is used to purify the intestine and colonize the intestinal microflora after such sessions.

There are also many ways to treat intestinal dysbiosis with non-traditional medicine. A large number of plants and even some metals contribute to the restoration of intestinal microflora.

It is recommended to treat dysbacteriosis at its early stage, that is, if the age of the disease does not exceed six months. In this case, treatment will be rapid and qualitative, especially if the patient will strictly follow the doctor's instructions. But even in later stages, dysbacteriosis is cured. It may be necessary to take longer treatment, but if you make certain efforts, the functioning of the body will be fully restored and you will need to monitor your health more closely.
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