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Doctor answers box: After my pneumonia complaints came …

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Dear Doctor!

„Two years ago I had pneumonia, and that is when my complaints began. I constantly feel unwell, generally weak and have constant lower abdominal cramps. I bloat, tremble, at nights I sweat a lot and have chills. I found out that I get pimples on dairy products. When I am in stress, my heart rate is high, my head and hands are shaking. My hair is falling out. After meals my unwellness is stronger: I feel heavy, I have shortness of breath and heavy heartbeat. In winter I have severe joint pains. Herpes on my mouth and vaginal discharge has become very common. I went through many examinations and tests, but they showed nothing. I don’t eat meat over a year, things improved since, but not gone, I still can’t live my daily life freely.”

Dear Madam!

It is very common that a major bacterial infection, especially, when because of it we had stronger or multiple antibiotic treatments, causes a significant negative change in well-being. This is because the infection caused by the more aggressive pathogens or the subsequent antibiotic interferes severely with the balance of our bacterial flora and, it creates a completely different micro-society after the treatments than it had before. It has been shown that a decrease in the number or types of bacteria has a negative impact on our well-being and on our susceptibility to disease. It is good if the bacterial flora of the intestine is more diverse and the fewer times we receive antibiotic treatment in our lives, the better. The good is, in case of an infection, if first we try to cure inflammation using natural methods and not to demand immediate medication from our doctor.

Sweating, feeling unwell, shortness of breath

Most of the symptoms (such as sweating, feeling unwell, shortness of breath, palpitations, fast heart rate, etc.) can be considered vegetative (the nervous system that operates independently of our will) symptoms, so they indicate that the vegetative nervous system is overloaded to an extent, by the changes in bacterial composition and the immune response to it, that the nervous system can’t do normal regulation effectively. You feel shortness of breath because of reduced breathing rate and depth of breathing due to the vegetative function, the heart rate increases, heart function becomes cold, feeling of unwellness in general etc. The vegetative symptoms are very unpleasant, but they do not pose any serious threat and as the balance of regulation is no longer threatened they disappear. In these cases, the correct natural procedure is to do breathing exercises, relaxation exercises, simple cold water Kneipp treatments and fasting days. With these, we can reduce the load on the nervous system to the greatest extent, of course, without the significant improvement of the digestive system, it would be merely symptomatic treatment.

Improving the intestinal flora is the primary task

The most important thing to do is to improve the intestinal flora. This can be achieved primarily by plant-based nutrition and the improvement of the flora with targeted pro- and prebiotics. In such cases, it is advisable to examine the current composition of the stool flora and to choose the correct procedure and the correct medicinal product according to the differences. Some people need additional “bacterial thinning”, in which case I use salts and herbs that reduce the bacterial germ count. There are also cases where the number of greatly reduced good type of bacteria has to be increased.

Mostly the so called secretolytic IgA antibody which indicates intestinal immune function, is very low, therefore the load on the daily normal intestinal flora constantly overloads the vegetative nervous system, or it also occurs that fungi multiplied significantly. In this case, you may need to take medicine again. This set of complaints is a typical example of that they don’t really know what to do with today’s medical approach, since diagnostic methods show nothing and you feel the worst possible. In this case, colleagues without complementary training usually choose between worse and worse solutions. Another antibiotic, or either sent away that there is nothing to do, or prescribe painkillers, antispasmodics and tranquilizers. They cannot bring you any improvement. If you do nothing else but turn your diet into a plant-based (vegan) diet, you can do a lot without any medicine!

Source: Naturopath magazine – doctor answers box

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