Fasting is a universal remedy for almost all diseases, except for tuberculosis, anemia and perforated ulcer. A bright feature of this method is the saying of ber-Tole: “the Fact that the hunger won’t cure, nothing will be cured.” Moderate hunger also helps restore the cells of the organism and its rejuvenation. There are several varieties of fasting: a duration of 20-30 days, which can be carried out only under the supervision of a specialist; fasting before the crisis – 7-12 days; short-term fasting lasting from 1 to 3 days.
It is recommended to start with one-day fasting once a month. When it will not be the difficulty, can be carried out once a month three days. And only accustomed to this procedure, no earlier than six months can hold fasting to the crisis.
Day starvation can begin only pre-tuned to it. Need to convince myself that this is useful, it is necessary for the recovery and purification of the body, the result will be a more energetic and youthful. Three days before the fasting, it is necessary to refuse from meat and fish food, spices and hot spices. On the eve of the day of fasting in the evening not to eat dinner and gelatinosa.
In the morning to perform complex asanas that you do usually. During the day you can maintain your usual lifestyle. During the day you should drink water (2-2,5 l). The water should be at room temperature. Drink small SIPS about every half an hour. The evening of the day of fasting again do an enema. You need to very carefully approach the exit from starvation, as any violations of the rules can lead to poor health and various complications. On the first day after fasting, before lunch you need to drink any one juice. Continue reading
Chronic hepatitis ( polietiologic inflammation of the liver ) is one of the most common chronic liver diseases. This is a long term illness ( 6 months or more ), is characterized by lobular and vascular architectonics of the liver.
Clinical symptoms of hepatitis depends on the severity of the inflammatory process and duration of the disease. In children and adults display a similar pattern: increased fatigue and weakness even with minimal physical activity, irritability. In some cases, headache and sleep disturbances, lethargy and sweating.
Dysfunction of the liver often lead to heaviness in the right hypochondrium, bloating and stomach pain, nausea, disorders of the chair. Dull pain in right side and in the stomach after eating and physical exertion can also be a sign of hepatitis.
Jaundice is among the main signs of chronic hepatitis. It can appear only in severe cases of viral hepatitis which leads to cirrhosis, and in rare cases of chronic cholestatic hepatitis.
Patients in half of the cases bruising ( on the legs and body ), brief epistaxis. Two thirds of cases – seadistamine ( stars, kapillyarity ).
The main symptom of the disease – enlarged liver ( 95% of people with this diagnosis ), sometimes it may be the only clinical manifestation.
Diagnosis of chronic hepatitis is based on total clinical picture, laboratory tests to assess the functional state of the liver, liver ultrasound and biopsy. Continue reading
Historical sources tells us the information that for the first time some of the social function of the doctor introduced a social reformer Pharaoh Akhenaten of Egypt (15th century BC). He took some social functions of the priests and gave them to the doctors. That he exalted doctors and the fact that it appeared international medical sign – bowl entwined snake. The token can be decrypted so: be wise as a serpent and draw knowledge from the Cup of the universe. The ruins of some cities in Egypt bears witness to order the sequence of surgical operations, treatment of physical and mental disorders. After Akhenaten’s death the priests asserted his authority over the doctors, directing them to their rituals.
It’s been hundreds of years (the Millennium), and only with the advent of Hippocrates (C. 460-377 BCE) there were clear outlines of social medicine, which can be seen in the Hippocratic oath, where special attention is paid to moral and ethical characteristics of the doctor. Important socio-psychological step was the allocation of Hippocrates temperament types (sanguine, choleric, phlegmatic, melancholic). Today apply the concepts of Hippocrates mask, headband – hat of Hippocrates.
Hippocrates worshipped the God of healing Asclepius (the Roman name Aesculapius) and put forward the position that Asclepius is stronger than death. From here developed the position that the doctor should never stop fighting for the life of the patient, and fight for it until biological death – the onset of lividity, which is preceded by respiratory arrest and cardiac activity, set on pulse. Continue reading