Intoxication for dysbiosis

Intoxication of the body in the case of the appearance of dysbacteriosis is self-poisoning in nature. This is due to the fact that with a broken intestinal microflora, a large number of various inflammatory and pathogenic processes begin to occur, as a result of which the clinic of intoxication begins to manifest itself.

Intoxication in the event of a dysbacteriosis may have a sudden onset, but can grow gradually, while exerting an effect on various organs and systems of the body. Primarily it will be accompanied by painful sensations in the joints, dizziness and signs of nausea. All symptomatology, in general, depends on the rate of injury and the amount of poison in pathogenic processes of dysbiosis.

If the reaction is strongly pronounced, then it is customary to call it generalized, and the symptoms of intoxication with dysbacteriosis will quickly start to subside, but will soon start to manifest again, but more strongly. If the nerve fibers are affected, there will be weakness, pulling sensation, irritability and drowsiness. Loss of appetite and bitterness in the mouth are also one of the signs of intoxication of the body with dysbacteriosis.

If the patient's condition goes critical, he will be immediately sent to the hospital. If intoxication with dysbacteriosis is of a weak nature and develops slightly, toxins should be excreted in the shortest possible time. It is worth noting that finally all toxins will be withdrawn only after a month, after taking measures, but the relief can be felt immediately.

There are folk recipes that will help you cope with signs of intoxication with dysbiosis. You can drink decoctions of rose hips, viburnum, tansy with honey. Also such a recipe will help very well: 350 g of aloe leaves are ground in a meat grinder. To the resulting mass is added 250 g of honey. The resulting mixture is placed in a convenient ware for storage, and left in a dark place at 7 sinks in a sealed state.

In some cases, it is possible that the manifestation of the symptoms will go away on their own, during the treatment of dysbacteriosis.

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