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Dysbacterio? S - a qualitative change in the normal species composition of bacteria (microbiota) of the intestine or skin. It is believed that intestinal dysbiosis occurs as a result of imbalance of the intestinal microflora due to various reasons: the use of antibacterial agents, in particular antibiotics, malnutrition, impaired immune function. As a result of violation of the competitive relationship of the normal microflora of an organ, pathogenic microorganisms, such as Candida or Aspergillus, often take their place. Human intestinal microflora is very vulnerable and weak, therefore dysbacteriosis occurs in a large number of people around the world. The reason for the appearance of dysbacteriosis can be spreading increasingly bad ecological situation.

When dysbiosis in the intestinal mucosa develops an inflammatory process, pain in the abdomen, 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 feeling of rapid satiety, heaviness in the stomach, nausea (and sometimes vomiting), sheep feces (feces in the form of small balls).

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

Since dysbacteriosis according to statistics exists in 90% of the population at a given age, doctors around the world deal with this problem, thereby creating various ways of classifying dysbacteriosis. The most common ones are: classification according to the degree of violation of the intestinal microflora, according to the types of digestive disorders, according to the degree of compensation, because of the causative agent, according to the composition of the microorganisms present in the intestine.

At each specific age, there are specific causes for the onset of dysbacteriosis, according to the age principle, the signs of bowel disease are also different. Thus, in newborns, microflora dysbacteriosis can develop due to improper feeding of the mother or the use of antibiotics by both the mother and the child.
In adulthood, causes can range from poor diet and antibiotic use to stress, a sedentary lifestyle and a change of place of residence.

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

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

It is necessary to fight dysbacteriosis, otherwise it can completely undermine human health.

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

In the fight against dysbiosis, a method of cleansing the intestines and colonization of the intestinal microflora after such sessions is used.

There are also many ways to treat intestinal dysbiosis with alternative 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, the treatment will be fast and of high quality, especially if the patient accurately follows the instructions of the doctor. But in later stages dysbacteriosis is cured. You may need a longer treatment, but if you make some effort, the functioning of the body will be fully restored and will need to more carefully monitor their health.
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