With dysbacteriosis, especially at the initial stages of therapy, the use of a moderate amount of fluid is prescribed. However, do not think that throughout the treatment can be limited to only a couple of glasses. Also what it is possible to drink? And what if the holiday and friends offer a drink? Such issues are quite relevant, so it is worth considering them as deep as possible.
Alcohol is not allowed to be taken with any disease, in particular, with dysbiosis, it is not recommended for healthy people. This is due to the fact that it detrimental to all cells in the body, destroying them, and not allowing them to recover again.
Strong alcohol for dysbiosis can not be used in any case, since it only destroys the intestinal microflora, and promotes the propagation of pathogenic bacteria. It is worth noting that beer causes great gas formation, which provokes swelling of the intestines, and leads to painful sensations.
It should be noted that some people say that the use of light alcoholic drinks is an anesthetic and an anesthetic, however, specialists disagree with this.
Tea with dysbacteriosis
Teas are allowed to drink in any case. This is due to the fact that they have a large number of useful properties. Thanks to the successful combination of tea components, the possibility of increasing the body's resistance to the influence of pathogenic microorganisms in the intestinal cavity is provided.
Teas have antibacterial and absorption properties, normalize metabolic processes in the intestinal walls, provide hypoallergenic and antiprotozoal efficacy, gently regulate intestinal emptying. In some cases, tea with dysbiosis can act as a natural antibiotic.
It is allowed to take tea from the seeds of flax, chamomile, chaga and tarsi shrub. Seeds of flax have enveloping, anti-inflammatory and anti-irritating effect. Chamomile has anti-inflammatory and antispasmodic and carminative properties. Chaga is recommended to be used as a restorative and anti-inflammatory agent. Bristly cactus has an excellent soothing and analgesic effect.
It is worth noting that therapeutic use of teas has its effect only in the case of long-term use.
Kissel with dysbacteriosis
Due to the presence of starch, jelly is a very nutritious drink that brings a sufficient amount of vitamins and energy. The prevalence of the use of jelly at a dysbacteriosis is caused by the fact that it has enveloping properties, due to which there are no irritant reactions in the intestinal cavity. In addition, thanks to this drink, the body gets enough substances that help in the development of natural beneficial microorganisms.
Kissels help in preventing damage to the walls of the intestine during the passage of stool.
Coffee for dysbacteriosis
Coffee is a drink that is forbidden to be used for dysbacteriosis. This is due to its harmful properties. So, it can wash out some of the most important elements that are required for the body to restore normal intestinal microflora, which has its effect on the development of the symptoms of the disease. So, the pain syndrome increases, there is a lot of irritability, the mood worsens, the feeling of nausea and so on increases.
It should be noted that with constant use of coffee in dysbacteriosis, the nervous system begins to break, which leads to constant excitation of the body, and subsequently, to stress. The cells of the intestines are exhausted, and the general work of the whole organism is disrupted.
Mineral water for dysbacteriosis
Mineral water is prescribed because it contains a large amount of calcium, which is required to normalize the intestinal microflora. Since dysbacteriosis prohibits the use of milk, mineral water is an excellent analogue.
An important point in using this drink is that it can lower the level of cholesterol. There are no extra calories in it, and there are a lot of useful microelements that are provided without adding weight. With dysbacteriosis, a large amount of fluid is required to prevent dehydration, which often occurs when the intestinal microflora is disturbed with diarrhea.
Drinking at a dysbacteriosis should be appointed or nominated only by the expert. Do not self-medicate.