Symptoms dysbiosis - they should know

April 24, 2014

 symptoms of dysbiosis
 The symptoms of dysbacteriosis may be different, depending on what prevails in the gut microflora. But in any case, at a dysbacteriosis impaired digestion as a result of reducing the volume of the normal intestinal microflora, participate actively in the process of digestion.


What is a goiter

Dysbacteriosis - a violation of the existing dynamic equilibrium between the normal (beneficial for the human body) and opportunistic (which under certain conditions can cause disease) microflora (ie microorganisms inhabiting the human body). When we speak of goiter, most often have in mind intestinal dysbiosis, while goiter can be in any other body having a connection with the environment.

Useful intestinal microflora (some types of E. coli, bifidobacteria, lactobacilli, etc.) has been actively involved in digestion. Beneficial bacteria help decompose food, synthesize certain vitamins and do not give too much to breed opportunistic and pathogenic microorganisms. The suppression of the normal microflora (e.g., with antibiotics, in certain chronic diseases, malnutrition and so forth). It develops pathogenic microflora, leading to a breach of digestion.


Symptoms in infants dysbiosis

A child is born with a sterile gut. Gradually, during the first two to three months of his life going colonization of the intestine by bacteria. Naturally, the first time the newborn will have problems with digestion, but normally the third month of life if the child is breastfed, they are, because the intestine is populated normal microflora. In children who are bottle-fed during the colonization of the intestine natural microflora may be delayed.

Almost all parents are familiar with the manifestations of the natural dysbacteriosis in newborns. The symptom is that the state of bloating and intestinal colic, when the child cries, Sucitu legs and does not take the breast. Breastfeeding such attacks are rare, but the artificial can be continuously as long as the dynamic equilibrium is established between the normal and the pathogenic microflora in the intestines. If intestinal dysbiosis Intestinal dysbiosis - how dangerous it is?  Intestinal dysbiosis - how dangerous it is?
   It suffers from malabsorption of fat-soluble vitamins, such as vitamin D, so long for dysbiosis increases the risk of a child rickets Rickets - all about vitamins  Rickets - all about vitamins

What can help the child? During an attack of intestinal colic, insert the vapor tube, after passing flatus child calms down. In addition, the appointment of pediatrician in the neonatal period may be given probiotics - drugs that include colony useful for intestinal microorganism. It can be any drugs which include bifidobacteria.


Symptoms in adults dysbiosis

Dysbacteriosis adult always has some reason. For example, long-term use of antibiotics, chronic intoxication, often relapsing chronic disease and so on. All of this can suppress vital functions of normal intestinal microflora.

What are the symptoms of dysbiosis are the most common? Violation of the digestion process is always accompanied by fatigue, weakness. When dysbacteriosis usually decreases appetite, occasionally nausea and sometimes vomiting. Constantly worried bloating caused by increased gas (flatulence - the result of improper digestion of food). Against the background of flatulence arise spasms of smooth muscles of the intestine, accompanied by severe paroxysmal pain - intestinal colic.

Chair with dysbacteriosis may be different. If the gut is dominated by putrefaction, the chair will be smelly, constipation will alternate with diarrhea. With the predominance of fermentation processes chair with a sour smell, frothy, often liquid.

Dysbacterioses may be accompanied by a constant and persistent constipation, when the chair is a once in a few days. This chair often takes the form of small dense balls - "sheep feces." Can Disturb and persistent diarrhea, while a person loses fluid and with it mineral salts. Not absorbed many vital substances, thus violated the metabolic processes.

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   and a lack of certain vitamins, which normally produces a normal intestinal microflora. This, above all, vitamin B deficiency in the body which leads to the development of various diseases. For example, vitamin B1 deficiency may develop neurological disorders, sleep disorders, vitamin B12 - anemia, nicotinic acid - the emergence of irritability Irritability - you try to control my temper  Irritability - you try to control my temper
 , Imbalance, inflammation of the mucous membranes of the mouth and tongue, increased salivation.

Against the background of dysbiosis often develops a food allergy, manifested as skin rash in response to receiving some food. Allergic diseases (especially skin) at a dysbacteriosis more severe.

In the long dysbiosis may develop infectious-inflammatory processes in the intestine - colitis. Therefore, it is important to promptly identify and treat goiter.

Galina Romanenko

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Phosphogliv ampoules - used in early treatment

February 10th, 2013

 phosphogliv ampoules
 Phosphogliv ampoules are usually appointed at the beginning of treatment, sometimes its use is combined with oral capsules of the drug. The preparation promotes the protection and restoration of liver cells, thus applied, as in acute and chronic diseases of the body. Recently found that phosphogliv can help not only for liver diseases.

 Phosphogliv ampoules - used in early treatment

How does phosphogliv ampoules

Phosphogliv - a combination product with hepatoprotective (restoration and protection of liver cells - hepatocytes), anti-inflammatory and antiviral properties. Action phosphogliv determined action of its constituent components.

The main component phosphogliv are essential phospholipids - substances which are normally part of the cell membranes and cell organelles (structural elements of the cells). They can actively influence the metabolism of the cells, especially on protein and fat (decrease and disappearance of fatty hepatocytes) increase the content of hepatic glycogen (carbohydrate reserve) restore structure and function of the cells and their membranes.

Phospholipids also protect cells from damage and do not allow them to lose enzymes and other active substances involved in the implementation of the main functions of the liver. All of this helps to restore the function of hepatocytes, increasing detoxification (decomposes toxins in the inactive metabolites) of the liver. The phospholipids also suppress the growth of connective tissue in the liver, reducing the risk of development of cirrhosis.

Another component phosphogliv - glycyrrhizin acid sodium salt or glitsirat complements and enhances the action of the phospholipids. Glitsirat anti-inflammatory and anti-allergic effect by enhancing the action of natural glucocorticoids (GCS), produced by the adrenal glands (as is known, HHS has the strongest anti-inflammatory and anti-allergic effect).

Glycerate also inhibits the multiplication of viruses in infected cells of the liver by stimulation of other cells of interferon, as well as through enhanced phagocytosis - absorption and dissolution of viruses inside immune cells.

Thus phosphogliv restores, protects liver cells has antiviral, anti-inflammatory and antiallergic action.

It was also found that in chronic skin diseases phosphogliv suppresses the spread of the process and contributes to the rapid onset of remission status at the expense of membrane and anti-inflammatory action.

Furthermore, phosphogliv reduces deposits of atherosclerotic plaque in blood vessels, since they reduce elevated blood lipid levels and provide removal of cholesterol from the arterial walls. Phosphogliv also has a positive effect on metabolism Improves metabolism and losing weight without dieting  Improves metabolism and losing weight without dieting
   in diseases such as coronary heart disease, diabetes Diabetes - threatening and incurable disease  Diabetes - threatening and incurable disease
 It improves fluidity of blood, thus preventing blood clots.

 Phosphogliv ampoules - used in early treatment

With which diseases and how to apply phosphogliv ampoules

Apply phosphogliv ampoules are usually in the early part of complex treatment of acute and chronic infectious and inflammatory, allergic and metabolic liver diseases. Phosphogliv for intravenous injection is produced in the form of a dry powder (a lyophilizate) can not ampoules and vials. After a short course of injections (usually 10 days) moving to a reception inside the drug in capsule form.

The lyophilisate in the vials was diluted with water for injection and then slowly injected into a vein twice a day. If necessary treatment phosphogliv Phosphogliv - advanced analogue esseniale  Phosphogliv - advanced analogue esseniale
   in the form of intravenous injections extended up to 30 days and then transferred to the drug inside. In general, treatment phosphogliv (intravenous plus capsule) processes conducted in acute liver over a period of four weeks to three months for chronic - at least six months.

Today, this drug is often included in the comprehensive treatment of skin diseases, atherosclerosis, diseases of the digestive system (improvement of liver function results in the improvement of other digestive organs), etc.

 Phosphogliv ampoules - used in early treatment

Side effects and contraindications for use

Fospogliv generally well tolerated, as well. for prolonged use. Sometimes it may cause discomfort in the upper abdomen, nausea, diarrhea and allergic reactions (skin rash).

When a large overdose may have swelling in the blood is found high content of sodium and potassium deficiency.

Contraindications for use phosphogliv are idiosyncrasy of the drug, age under 12 years, pregnancy and breast-feeding Breastfeeding - a personal choice  Breastfeeding - a personal choice
   feeding. Precautions phosphogliv ampoules prescribed to patients with portal hypertension - increased pressure in the veins of the liver.

Galina Romanenko

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