Intestine Diseases Treatment

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Treatment of diseases of the large intestine

The large intestine plays a huge role in our body: it removes processed food from the body (feces), it is responsible for the completion of digestive processes, is responsible for the absorption of water, and much more.

The large intestine is very sensitive to stress as well as taking the following matters:

  • unnatural medicines such as medication (especially aspirin)
  • junk food
  • processed food
  • alcohol
  • poisonous heavy metals and chemicals that can enter our body with food and water (such as mercury, lead, arsenic, phosphorus)
  • an irregular diet
  • fat

All the above can lead to the weakening of the immune system, collecting toxins, and constipation-related conditions.

Since we all experiencing threads related to COVID it is extremely important to keep our immune system as strong as possible.

Can the intestine be directly connected with the power of the immune system? Yes, it is connected directly as the intestine, among other vital functions, is a key immune organ.

The gastrointestinal tract is in constant contact with the external environment as food enters the intestine.

The intestine is also in charge of the absorption of food as it must distinguish beneficial nutrients from infectious and toxic food components (preservatives, test enhancers, color additives, etc.).

The intestine is supposed to create effective protection against external adverse factors, including potential carcinogens and pathogens.

Intestine must provide the effective barrier and the system of natural (innate) and acquired immunity.

At the same time, the intestine ensures not only its own safety but also:

  • the gut’s immune system is responsible for producing antibodies (immunoglobulins) and supplying immunoreactive cells to other areas
  • the intestine is the main source of lymphoid cells (they carry out the immune response), which subsequently populate many organs
  • the intestine contains a huge number of bacteria, including permanent and beneficial to the body. Their composition includes more than 400 species
  • intestinal microbiota (a set of microorganisms) exist in symbiosis with the host immune system (including the intestinal immune system) and participate in its activation, modulation and regulation

As we know the structure of the large intestine is different from that of the small intestine, it is larger in diameter and its walls are covered with numerous bulges, which in prolonged constipation turn into pockets of coprolites (stool stones).

Is it true that health during the cold and virus season depends a lot on the well-being of the gastrointestinal tract?

Of course, if the gastrointestinal tract is in good condition, a person gets enough nutrients, has a good nutritional status and normal microflora. Then the gut performs its immune functions, and the body can more easily tolerate viral diseases.

Does the gut save us from viruses?

We are probably talking primarily about viruses that affect the intestines. Rotavirus, for example. Of course, the intestines have the means to protect themselves, but if people get sick, it means that this protection is not absolute.

Do intestinal defences help with coronavirus?

The problem of coronavirus (covid-19) infection is being studied intensively around the world. This includes research into the factors that contribute to the severe course of the disease but we can:

  • take care of the intestine and its contribution to the body virus protection (the immune system) being focused on what we eat and drink
  • take essential natural and plant based nutrients followed by organic supplements on daily basis
  • take natural evidence-based nutritienal immune system immunotherapy ingridients
  • look after normal conditions of the gastointestinal system and apply for efficient treatment in case disfunctions or disease symptoms appearance (constipation, etc.).
  • What are the causes of the intestinal dysbacteriosis?

    The term “dysbacteriosis” usually refers to disorders of gut microflora. Factors cited as causes of dysbacteriosis include:
  • Intestinal infections
  • treatment with antibiotics
  • long lasting nutritional imbalances
  • surgical proceedures and operations
  • Today we try to use more precise clinical terms that provide for such disorders: antibiotic-associated diarrhea, bacterial overgrowth syndrome, pseudomembranous colitis.

    Do we need probiotics and what are the possible benefits of them?

  • probiotics are live microorganisms that, when administered in adequate amounts, can have health benefits for the host
  • probiotics perform the functions of the normal permanent human microflora, primarily fermentation of food components (carbohydrates, proteins) and a barrier effect – protection against pathogenic microorganisms
  • injected bacteria do not take root in the intestines but the bacteria perform their own functions and are removed from the intestines with the stool.
  • How do you choose the right probiotics at the pharmacy?

    Wide range of probiotics is available in pharmacies today. It can get really confusing. It is better to consult a doctor or health practiotioner as it makes sense to chosse according to the individual conditions. As some general guidance we can talk about the following requirements:

  • include the right and beneficial types bacteria with proven evidence or scintific based efficacy as well as safety
  • contain at least 1 billion bacteria in a single dose
  • deliver as many live bacteria as possible to the large intestine (without much loss as it passes through the acidic environment of the stomach)
  • Be easy to administer.
  • Do we need to take probiotics and other bacteria containing supplements from time to time for our microflora?

    Intestinal microflora experiencing a lot of attention at the moment. Some primary indications for probiotics are:

  • accute diarrhea of adults and children
  • antibiotic treatment-associated diarrhea
  • traveler’s diarrhea
  • as an additional means of eradication therapy of Helicobacter pylori infection
  • functional intestinal disorders
  • There are publications containing data on the benefits of probiotics for the prevention of upper respiratory tract infections and gastrointestinal disorders in adults, otitis media in children. However, in the absence of symptoms or risk of their occurrence, intake is not indicated.
  • As we know the structure of the large intestine is different from that of the small intestine, it is larger in diameter and its walls are covered with numerous bulges, which in prolonged constipation turn into pockets of coprolites (stool stones).

    Some main symptoms of colon disease are:

    • stool disorders, which are a consequence of impaired peristalsis of the jejunum, that is, if it is accelerated, diarrhea (diarrhea) occurs, if it is slowed, constipation appears
    • abdominal pain, which occurs in the lateral parts of the abdominal wall, sometimes in the umbilical area. The pain may be of an aching nature, but sometimes cramping-like pains are observed
    • changes in the nature of the stool, that is, changes in the consistency and color of the feces
    • flatulence or accumulation of gas in the intestine occurs when there is significant disturbance indigestion in general and this usually corresponds with a rumbling in the stomach and bloating

    The patients also often complain of edema, weight gain, even with a selective type of food or diet, weakness in the whole body, bad moods.

    The diagnosis of the disease is usually made by colonoscopy, using radiological and other diagnostic methods.

    Treatment protocol suggested by the Nikolenko Clinic in Cyprus:

    Typically it begins treatment with hydrocolonic therapy, it is a good, safe method and one of the most effective for these types of diseases.

    Hydrocolonic therapy is the cleansing of the large Intestine from:

    • fecal stones
    • from large colonies of helminths (intestinal worms)
    • from toxins settled in the “colpomata” of the large Intestine

    This method has no impact on the microflora of the large intestine as the water used is filtered and free of chlorine and other impurities.

    Furthermore, at the end of therapy, lactobacilli (probiotics) are injected directly into the large intestine, which is the reverse of therapeutic and highly effective as it gets directly into the large intestine through the anus, bypassing the stomach and small intestine.

    The presence of helminths can be determined based on the specific symptoms, lab tests as well as through the sight glass of the reverse flow apparatus of colon therapy (HERRMANN Apparatebau GmbH). This alternative, sometimes, even helps to determine the type of helminths.

    In addition, it also helps to determine the presence of fecal stones, the presence of blood, and other inclusions.

    Colon Hydromat comfort – HERRMANN Apparatebau GmbH, Germany

    After a complete cleansing of the large intestine, the patient is examined again and a plan of further treatment is assigned accordingly (more than 40% of patients after hydrocolonic therapy do not need further treatment since all pathological symptoms disappear).

    After hydrocolonic therapy, if some symptoms persist, the patient undergoes colonoscopy, and treatment is prescribed together with gastroenterologists using:

    The above protocol has a very positive effect on the treatment of diseases of the intestine and It has been proven for years to be a good one.

    With kind regards,

    Yours Sincerely,

    Dr. Yuri Nikolenko, MD, Ph.D

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