The third is our enemy - sugar. For more than half a century adherents natural therapy led by Dr. Birher-Benner of Zurich (Switzerland) argue that refined sugar causes caries teeth, and therefore exclude it from the diet.
One hundred years ago caries the teeth are much less common than it is today, and even a half century ago. However, in 1900 there was not enough statistical data to draw the proper conclusions. Followers blamed natural therapy is that they are guided by the advice of old women, banning children treats, "because of their teeth fall out."
One influential sugar company, Read more [...]
After 10 minutes, 10 teaspoons of sugar "hit" on your internal system. After 20 minutes, will jump insulin. Liver converts all sugar into fat.
After 40 minutes, caffeine absorption is complete. Your pupils are dilated. Blood pressure rise, because the liver emits more sugar blood. Adenosine receptors are blocked, preventing drowsiness.
After 45 minutes, your body will increase the production of the hormone dopamine, which stimulates the pleasure center of the brain. The same principle of action in heroin.
An hour later, the game is a diuretic action. Phosphoric acid binds calcium, Read more [...]
Leave outside the scope of our study, and the fact that the grass - a natural nurse, which collects from the soil and air are considerable dose of radionuclides and heavy metals, which are formed due to the release any more or less nuclear power plants or other harmful industrial production. Absorbs them with grass, not only cow's tongue, but you and me as the last link in the chain in its excretory system. No wonder the accident at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in Belarus and the Baltic cities activists "green" hung on the doors and windows of dairy stores pictures with milk Read more [...]
Oxalic acid (S2N2O4) - organic dibasic acid, colorless crystals with a melting point t ° 189,5 °. In the body, oxalic acid is an intermediate product of metabolism (see biological oxidation), excreted in urine in the form of calcium salts.
At disturbances of mineral metabolism of salt oxalic acid (Oxalates) are involved in the formation of stones in the kidneys and bladder.
Oxalic acid (Formula S2N2O4) - dibasic dicarboxylic acid.
Crystallized from aqueous solutions in the form of colorless crystals.
Oxalic acid soluble in water (10.5 wt. am at 100 wt. parts of water at 15 °), sparingly soluble Read more [...]
Tsiamid (Cyamidum; List B) - for the treatment of chronic alcoholism. Tsiamid mechanism of action similar to teturama (see), but is less toxic. Each tablet contains 0.05 g of calcium cyanamide and 0.1 g of citric acid. Assign inside. The first two days give 1/2 tablet in the future, with no side effects - 1-2 tablets after meals daily for 1-2 months, 2-3 times a week there is a sample with the use of alcohol (25-50 ml 40 ° vodka) under the close supervision of a physician. Repeat the treatment after 1 - Serpent. Treatment tsiamidom long-term (up to 2 years) in combination with an active psychotherapy. Read more [...]
Bleach (Calcium hypochlorosum; synonymous with bleach lime) - Antiseptic and disinfectant. A mixture of calcium hypochlorite, calcium hydroxide and calcium chloride. Contains 28-38% available chlorine. Used for disinfection in the dry state and in solution.
Dry chlorine lime used to disinfect the feces (200-400 g per 1 L), surface-pollination of feces in the yard restroom (1 kg per 1 L.2), disinfection of urine (5 g per 1 L).
Bleach (1-2%) is used for the treatment of premises, simple wooden furniture, dishes. Bleach also widely used for disinfection of water, various debris, etc.
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Many researchers have long attempted to stimulate the regenerative process in various ways in the treatment of bone fractures. Used the methods of mechanical, physical, chemical and drug exposure as well as hormones, vitamins, various extracts, serum, and many other biological stimulants (KP Vysotsky, 1937: AA Bogomolets, 1938 AI Elyaschev, 1939 , IG Lukomski, 1940 AM Shamatov, 1962 EP Pushkar, 1968).
P. Mazhuga and JF Batiuk (1967) Immunological methods have specific osteogenic serum that acts selectively on osteoblastic bone elements of the fracture. Osteoplastic serum used in the experiment Read more [...]
Phosphates - are salts of phosphoric acids. The most common and important in practice are the salt of phosphoric acid (H3PO4). Orthophosphoric acid depending on the number of hydrogen atoms substituted in its molecule to the metal atoms to form three rows of phosphate: Medium, or trisodium phosphates (eg K3RO4), acidic, or disubstituted, phosphates (eg K2NRO4) and monosubstituted F, (eg , KN2RO4). The water soluble only alkali metal phosphates. To also include phosphate esters of phosphoric acid. Some of them, such as adenosine triphosphate, is the battery and power source in biochemical processes. Read more [...]
Fluorosis (Synonym Cryolite disease) - a chronic disease bone that develops with prolonged excessive intake of fluorine and its compounds. The cause of dental fluorosis may be elevated fluoride in drinking water, the consumption of food contaminated with fluoride, inhalation of dust containing fluorine and its compounds. Disease detected mainly in people a long time working with fluorides (see Fluorine).
Once in the stomach, fluoride dissolved gastric juices are absorbed and enter the blood. Then salt of hydrofluoric acid circulating in the blood begin to be delayed in the skeleton and teeth. Read more [...]
Tetany - Symptom, occurring in the form of seizures and are accompanied by disorders of the central and peripheral nervous system.
Etiology and pathogenesis. Tetany may occur in the gastro-intestinal diseases (pyloric stenosis, pancreatitis, colitis, dysentery) in acute infectious diseases (eg, tetanus) and intoxication, some endocrine disorders (hypoparathyroidism, Addison's disease, etc.), the abrupt hyperventilation (eg, in hysteria or encephalitis), and after serious operations, in women during pregnancy and lactation, in children suffering from rickets, etc. There are cases of idiopathic Read more [...]
Forecast depends on the severity of the disease. Acute form is often more severe, are considered the most severe gastrointestinal tetany and tetany pregnant. Death can occur from spasms of the heart muscle or asphyxia.
Treatment depends on the cause tetany. When gastrointestinal tetany patient create complete rest, draped heaters are struggling with dehydration and cramps. Gastric lavage is contraindicated, as it results in an additional loss of chloride and aggravation convulsive fit. It is replaced evacuation of gastric contents through the "dry" probe. To restore the damaged Read more [...]
Streptomycins - A group of drugs, which is the active ingredient of the antibiotic streptomycin, which is formed by radiant fungus Actinomyces globisporus streptomycini or other related organisms. In clinical practice using streptomycin sulfate (Streptomycini sulfas) and calcium chloride complex of streptomycin (Streptomycini et calcII chloridum). In addition, there are a number of derivatives of streptomycin, possess similar to it antibacterial and chemotherapeutic properties. They are: dihydrostreptomycin sulfate (Dihydrostreptomycini sulfas), pantomitsin (Pantomycinum), dihydrostreptomycin Read more [...]
Spazmofiliey (Synonym children tetany) - a pathological condition characterized by increased neuromuscular excitability and a tendency to clonic convulsions. Occurs mainly in children from 3 months to 2 years. Boys suffer more.
Spazmofiliey is due to disturbances in the body of the child calcium-phosphorus metabolism (drop of calcium in the blood). Distinguish the hidden (latent) and explicit (overt) forms spazmofilii. Hidden spazmofiliey sometimes becomes apparent if the child is small doses of vitamin D; disease is in particular due to rickets (see).
Hidden spazmofiliey characterized by Read more [...]
Oxalic acid - Solid. Used in chemical, woodworking, tanning industry and other heavy poisoning marked by inhalation and ingestion of dust. There are hyperthermia, irritation of mucous membranes, heart disorder, vomiting, nosebleeds. Acid has a local and a pronounced resorptive properties. Its anions combine with calcium, taking him from the tissues and cells, dramatically impairing their function. Death can occur within the first ten minutes of the central nervous system paralysis. In the tubules of the kidneys, liver and urinary crystals appear Oxalate calcium and non-crystalline complexes Read more [...]
Clinical manifestations of disease rahitopodobnyh basically identical severe rickets, but their distinctive feature is the lack of effect of treatment with vitamin D (hence the same as - vitamin D-resistant rickets).
By rahitopodobnyh diseases carry pseudorickets (see Osteogenic nephropathy), rickets in intestinal infantilism (em. Celiac) and rickets with atresia of bile ducts. Of osteogenic nephropathies distinguished: fosfatdiabet, hypophosphatemic, giperfosfatemichesky rickets and renal acidosis.
Fosfatdiabet - Violation of phosphate reabsorption in the kidney due to insufficiency of the proximal Read more [...]
Vulnerable kidney as for Mycobacterium tuberculosis. And this is truly a time bomb. The explosion is usually years later, when the person forgot to think that ill with pulmonary tuberculosis of the bones.
By occupation and origin buds close to the liver - a central biochemical laboratory organism. Any trouble in her noticeably affect the kidneys. Affected them and the disorders in the digestive system. So, cholecystitis - inflammation of the liver, as well as peptic ulcer, very often precedes the inflammatory process in the kidney.
Nephrons have to reverse the effects of dehydration occurring Read more [...]
High biological activity has led to the study of trace elements sharing the latest in various physiological and pathological conditions, including the dental caries.
Published data suggest that the imbalance of trace elements contributes to the development of experimental dental caries, while the introduction of the diet of individual trace elements leads to reduced disease animal caries.
Cereals grown on different soils under different water supply, given unequal caries. Meanwhile, the dietary supplement natural food significantly reduced rates caries. Believe that the trace elements affect Read more [...]
Treatment of kidney stones
Fig. 1. Kameni in the cups (1) and pelvis (2) kidney
Fig. 2. Places pain radiating nephrolithiasis (painted black).
Nephrolithiasis disease - A disease characterized by the presence in the renal pelvis, calices, or parenchymal renal stones (Fig. 1). Cause of kidney stones is still largely unknown.
Kidney disease is more common in men, mainly aged 20 - 40 years.
Predisposes to stone formation vitamin deficiencies, trauma, inflammatory diseases of the urinary organs, abnormal liver function, endocrine glands (hyperfunctioning parathyroid glands). Important role in Read more [...]
On absorption of calcium in the body affects his relationship with phosphorus. The most favorable ratio of calcium and phosphorus for infants is 2:1, then 1.3: 1, and from the year - 1: 1. On calcium absorption is also affected by the content of vitamin D (calciferol). One of the most important manifestations of the biological activity of vitamin D is its stimulating effect on the processes of absorption of calcium from the intestine.
Digestibility of calcium also depends on which software products it enters the body. Most fully used calcium milk and dairy products, as they it is in a favorable Read more [...]
The leading cause of rickets is hypovitaminosis D, appearing in a child due to the violation of the natural synthesis of vitamin D in the skin and under his administration with food. It is known that the incidence of rickets is higher in children in poor living conditions, do not use enough fresh air and natural ultraviolet radiation.
Found that, in addition to hypovitaminosis D, in the emergence and development of rickets in children play a role, and other factors. It is essential to an imbalance of food rations for basic food components and mineral composition, in particular violation optimum Read more [...]