Metabolism is a chain of chemical reactions in the human body, as a result of which there is a transformation and breakage of elements necessary for normal functioning of the body. Changes in metabolism manifest themselves at the molecular and cellular levels and lead to the development of various abnormalities. All diseases associated with metabolic disorders in the body are conventionally divided into four groups:

  1. abnormalities associated with impaired protein, carbohydrate and fat metabolism.
  2. diseases caused by the mineral metabolism disorder.

The most common causes of metabolic disorders in the body are: heredity, physical inactivity, body intoxication, nervous disorders, stress, unhealthy diet, including frequent diets, certain medications intake.

Metabolic syndrome is a polyetiological metabolic disease. The main symptoms of the disease are: impaired lipid, carbohydrate and purine metabolism, decreased sensitivity of cells to insulin, abdominal obesity (in the abdomen) and hypertension. Comprehensive and proper treatment prevents complications of the disease such as type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease, stroke, apnea, polycystic ovary syndrome in women, low testosterone and erectile dysfunction in men.

The proposed treatment is aimed at recovering metabolic processes within the cells, normalizing the digestive organs functioning, digestion and proper distribution of nutrients, reducing and eliminating adverse symptoms.

The result is achieved by deep decontamination of the body, diet, herbal medicine, physical activity – Ayurvedic and medical therapies, herbal formulations, nutrition, a set of exercises are prescribed individually.

Recommended programs:
“Complex Panchakarma”, “Healing program” (if there is a special severity of the disease and associated problems related to the musculoskeletal system and cardiovascular system).

Obesity and overweight are the result of the excessive fat deposits. Body Mass Index (BMI) is a simple ratio of body weight to height, often used to diagnose obesity and overweight in adults. The index is calculated as the ratio of body weight in kilograms to the square of growth in meters (kg/m2). According to the WHO, the diagnosis of “overweight” or “obesity” in adults is made in the following cases: BMI greater than or equal to 25 – overweight, BMI greater than or equal to 30 – obesity. The main reason for these diseases development is a low energy availability in which the diet calorie content exceeds the energy needs of the body. The danger is that they can provoke heart disease and stroke, diabetes, disorders of the musculoskeletal system (degenerative joint disease), some oncological diseases (endometrial, breast, ovary, prostate, liver, gall bladder, kidney and colon cancer).

The proposed treatment is aimed at reducing weight, recovering metabolic processes, primarily fat metabolism, digestion and proper distribution of nutrients, strengthening muscle and bone tissue.

The result is achieved by deep decontamination of the body, diet, herbal medicine, physical activity – Ayurvedic and medical therapies, herbal formulations, nutrition, a set of exercises are prescribed individually.

Recommended programs: “Complex Panchakarma”, “Healing program” (if there is a special severity of the disease and associated problems related to the musculoskeletal system and cardiovascular system).

Diabetes is a chronic disease that occurs when the pancreas does not produce enough insulin or when the body cannot effectively use the insulin it produces. This leads to an increased level of glucose in the blood (hyperglycemia). Type 1 diabetes (insulin-dependent or childhood diabetes) is characterized by a lack of insulin production. Type 2 diabetes (non-insulin dependent or adult diabetes) develops as a result of ineffective use of insulin by the body. High levels of glucose in blood and other body fluids cause an increase in osmotic pressure – there is an increased loss of water and salts (diuresis), water depletion (dehydration), calcium, potassium, sodium and other trace substances deficient development. Thirst, excessive urination, increased fatigue, muscle weakness, skin itching, poor wound healing occur. The disease is dangerous with complications such as thrombosis, atherosclerosis, joint pain, cataract, renal failure, mental changes.

The proposed treatment is aimed at recovering metabolic processes inside the cells, normalizing the digestive organs, digestion and proper distribution of nutrients, reducing the sensitivity of cells to insulin, reducing and eliminating adverse symptoms.

The result is achieved by deep decontamination of the body, diet, herbal medicine, physical activity – Ayurvedic and medical therapies, herbal formulations, nutrition, a set of exercises are prescribed individually.

Diet is an important component in the diabetes treatment. Refusing sweets and carbohydrate-rich foods normalizes blood glucose levels. Due to weight loss, prolonged remission can be achieved (no symptoms).

Recommended programs: “Complex Panchakarma”, “Healing program” (if there is a special severity of the disease and associated problems related to the musculoskeletal system and cardiovascular system).

Dyslipidemia – a hypercholesterolemia, a hypertriglyceridemia and a mixed dyslipidemia is an increase in lipids and lipoproteins in blood plasma. This condition is not an independent disease, but requires compulsory treatment, as it leads to the serious abnormalities such as coronary heart disease, stroke, myocardial infarction, obliterative arterial sclerosis, pancreatitis, cholelithiasis, etc. development. According to the WHO, total cholesterol of ≥ 5.0 mmol/L is found in 40% of the world’s population. It is believed that it causes one third of all cases of myocardial ischemia and about 4.5% of deaths in the world.

The treatment of dyslipidemia is based on a change in lifestyle and diet, in addition, statin drugs are prescribed in protocol medicine, the side effect of which is a reduction of both good and bad cholesterol.

The proposed treatment is aimed at reducing the amount of bad cholesterol in the blood, activating the metabolism, eliminating cholestasis in the biliary passages, which helps to independently eliminate excess cholesterol.

The result is achieved by deep decontamination of the body, diet, herbal medicine, physical activity – Ayurvedic and medical therapies, herbal formulations, nutrition, a set of exercises are prescribed individually.

Recommended programs: “Complex Panchakarma”, “Panchakarma”.

Hyperuricemia (uratic arthritis)
Hyperuricemia is a pathosis characterized by an increase in the uric acid level in the blood: in men up to a level of more than 7 mg/dl, in women – up to 6 mg/dl. Purines are substances that the body needs in order to synthesize nucleic acids. As a rule, purine compounds come from food, the body produces a small amount of them independently. As a result of their degradation, a small amount of uric acid appears in the blood plasma. Normally, it is excreted by the kidneys in the same amount in which it entered the blood. Otherwise, the amount of uric acid in the blood increases (the reason is the kidneys functional disorder). There is a genetically determined hyperuricemia, which develops under a predilection due to a significant amount of foods rich in purines consumption – fatty meat, fish, smoked meats, strong tea and coffee, low alcohol drinks, as well as there is a secondary form that occurs against the background of the underlying disease. The danger of developing this condition is that the symptoms don’t always occur. The disease is diagnosed only in a chronic or acute stage (gouty arthritis or renal failure).

The proposed treatment depends on the pathology and the cause of its occurrence. The uratic arthritis treatment includes the body decontamination, vasti procedures aimed at eliminating pain and tissue nutrition recovery. In renal failure it also includes the decontamination and herbal formulations intake in order to improve the kidneys condition, vital Qi energy (TCM).

The result is achieved by deep decontamination of the body, diet, herbal medicine, physical activity – Ayurvedic and medical therapies, herbal formulations, nutrition, a set of exercises are prescribed individually.

Recommended programs: “The treatment of metabolic disorders”, “Complex Panchakarma”, “Healing program”.

 

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