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STREPTOCOCCUS AGALACTIA

pneumonia streptococcusGroup B streptococci colonize the nasopharynx, digestive tract and vagina. Most isolators are identified as S. agalactiae. Despite the fact that the microorganism can be isolated from the vagina with 25-45% pregnant women, the main reservoir is considered to be the digestive tract. In terms of serology, group B streptococci can be divided into serovars Ia, Ib, Ic, II and III. Serovar bacteria are trophic to the tissue of the central nervous system and respiratory tract and most often cause meningitis with neonates. The way of contamination is the advancing of the fetus through the generative passage infected by streptococci.

Colonic Irrigation - Prevention

Colon cancer | Prices for Colonic Irrigation at the Parkland Natural Health Clinic in LondonColon cancer is the second leading cancer killer in the United Kingdom.
Colon cancer appears more frequently in women and rectal cancer has higher occurrence in men. Periodic cleansing would minimize the exposure of potential carcinogens to the colon walls, would dilute the toxin concentration in the cecum and facilitate the removal of same. The result is a reduced load on the portal (liver) and lymphatic system allowing the five eliminative organs of the body (skin, lymph, lungs, kidneys, and bowel) to balance the removal of these toxins with their production. When a breakdown in one or more of these systems exist and toxins abound, the potential for disease exists.

Value of colonic irrigation verified by medical professionals prescribing it by Morton Walker, DPM

medical professionalsFrom the signal stage of history surrounding ancient Egypt, practices of colonic irrigation in their most basic form - enemas or clysters - have provided people with internal cleansings adjunctive to their personal external hygiene. The Ebers Papyrus, from the 14th century BC prescribes internal cleansing for no less than twenty stomach and intestinal complaints.
1. But in the modern era it fell to J. H. Kellogg, MD, of Battle Creek, Michigan, famous for his invention of corn flakes and various techniques of good hygiene, to popularize colonic irrigation. This happened from Dr. Kellogg's publication of his article in the Journal of the American Medical Association praising the procedure's efficacy for saving a dysfunctional large bowel.



Common Concerns About Colonic Irrigation

LAXATIVESLAXATIVES vs. COLONIC IRRIGATION.
Laxatives act as chemical irritants and stimulate the muscular walls of the colon to abnormally contract to expel the irritating substances. It is very easy to become dependant upon these drugs and permanently destroy the normal ability of the colon to eliminate naturally on its own accord.

Theory Of Colonic Irrigation

Colonic irrigation is an extended and more complete form of an enema. The concept involves the mechanical process of infusing warm filtered water into the rectum with the objective of cleansing and balancing the colon. This procedure removes fecal material from colon walls and dilutes the bacterial toxin concentration in the large intestine.

WHY colonic irrigation?

Diseases and functional disturbances of the digestive organs are the most frequently complained about problems today. The health of most organs as well as our overall well-being depends upon how well our bowel (intestine) functions. A change in diet after many years of wrong eating habits does not assure optimal colon health.

SHANKAPRAKSHALANA - THE INTESTINAL WASH

It's not really that hard to say: shank - a - prac - sha - lana. "Shanka" means conch and "prakshalana" means cleaning out. The ancient yogis conceptualized the digestive system as being like a conch, a long spiralled passageway through which food travelled. To clean out the whole digestive system from mouth to anus, they invented/discovered a wonderfully clever but simple method.

Tonsillitis

Acute tonsillitisAcute tonsillitis is a general acute infectious disease primarily affecting palatine tonsils. The inflammatory process may involve other areas of the lymphadenoid pharynx and larynx as well - the lingual, laryngeal and nasopharyngeal tonsils. The infection process can be exogenous (more often) or endogenic (autoinfection).

Neurangiosis

neurohumoral regulation of the vegetative functionNeurangiosis is used to designate inherently functional but different in origin and symptoms vegetative disturbances caused by the impaired neurohumoral regulation of the vegetative function. This kind of disturbances usually occurs during neuroses, hypodynamia, endocrine disharmonies during pubertal and climacteric periods, as well as neurosis-like states caused by neuropsychic or physical overwork, infections, intoxications, abstinence (in case of toxicomania), etc.

Farsightedness

Hypermetropia is a kind of ametropia when parallel beams from distant objects merge behind the retina. A mild form far-sightednessHypermetropia is a kind of ametropia when parallel beams from distant objects merge behind the retina. A mild form far-sightedness (up to three dioptres) is a normal refraction.

History Of Colonic Irrigation

Ancient Egyptian | Colonic irrigationColon lavage was first recorded 1500 B.C. in the ancient Egyptian document, Ebers Papyrus which dealt with the practice of medicine. These enemas were described as the infusion of aqueous substances into the large intestine through the anus. Hypocrites (4th and 5th century B.C.), recorded using enemas for fever therapy. Galen (2nd century A.D.), also recognized and was a proponent of the use of enemas. Pare in 1600 A.D., offered the first distinction between colon hydrotherapy and the popular enema therapy of that age.

Pseudomonas aeruginosa

Multidrug resistant Pseudomonas aeruginosaThe blue pus bacillus is the basic pathogen of human infectious disorders caused by pseudomonads. The microorganism can be isolated from the intestines of 5% healthy people and up to 30% hospitalized patients. The bacillus can be found actually everywhere, it can be isolated from soil, water, plants and animals.

Migraines

MigrainesMigraine causes paroxysmal unilateral headaches accompanied by vomiting. Complex biochemical changes, for example, an increased amount of serotin and prostaglandin in the blood plasma, provoke a short spasm of the intracranial vessels followed by a continuous expansion of the extracranial arteries.

HUMAN IMMUNEDEFICIENCY VIRUS

HUMAN IMMUNEDEFICIENCY VIRUSHIV-1, the basic pathogen of HIV-infection and AIDS can be found in North and South America, Europe and Asia. HIV has the form of sphere with not more than 100-120 nm in diameter. By its structural organization, it is close to lentiviruses. The virus is believed to be mostly sexually transmitted, heterosexual transmission is very important. The main factors than cause a higher risk of HIV-contamination are homosexual relations and sex promiscuity, including intercourse with drug addicts who inject drugs intravenously.

RESPIRATORY INFECTION

Acute respiratory disease features acute cataracts of the upper respiratory tracts. They are characterised by general intoxication and primary affection of the respiratory tracts. They belong to the antroponosis group featuring an airborne transmission mechanism. The disease often affects children. There can be sporadic cases and epidemic outbreaks.

GLAUCOMA

Glaucoma is a chronic eye disease causing high intraocular pressure, either periodic, or constant, atrophy of the optic nerve (glaucomatose excavation) and changes in the visual field. Primary, secondary and congenital glaucomas are recognised. Primary glaucoma is preceded by trophic disturbances in the tissues of the forward eye department, especially in its drainage system, caused by changes in the eye vascular system and hemodynamics, as well as general pathological changes.

CANDIDA ALBICANS

Candida albicans is a constituent of the microscopic flora of the human organism. In the early 20s candidiasis occurred rather rarely but in the 40s, with the use of antibiotics it became far more frequent and the number of cases has steadily been going up since. Now candidas are the most widespread pathogens of opportunistic mycosis. It may cause mucous and cutaneous lesions and systemic diseases as well. Generally candidiasis has endogenic origin, it results from dysmetabolic disorders and dysfunctions of the immune system. There are over 150 species of mycosis pathogens. Over 90% lesions are caused by C. albicans.

Cytomegalovirus

cytomegalovirus (CMV) virionCMV contamination can be observed everywhere however clinical manifestations can rarely be seen. The disease-producing agent is pathogenic to man alone so its cultivation in vitro is only possible in human cell cultures, as no experimental animal is susceptible to the infection.

GENYANTRITIS

Acute genyantritis usually arises during acute rhinitis, measles, scarlet fever and other infectious diseases. It can also be caused by a peccant state of the four maxillar molars. Among main symptoms are a sensation of tension or pain in the affected sinus, impaired nasal respiration, rheum, impaired olfaction on the affected side, photophobia and lacrimation.

Laryngitis

Laryngitis is an inflammation of the larynx mucosa. The disease can be acute and chronic. Acute laryngitis is usually isolated. As a rule, it is a variation of acute respiratory disease, flu, scarlet fever and pertussis. It is promoted by general and local hypothermia, voice overstrain, inhalation of dusty air, irritating steams and gases, undernutrition, smoking, immoderate drinking, etc.

Diffuse goitre

Toxic diffuse goitre (Graves'-Basedow's disease) is a disease marked by the thyroid gland's hyperplasia and hyperfunctionToxic diffuse goitre (Graves'-Basedow's disease) is a disease marked by the thyroid gland's hyperplasia and hyperfunction. The disease may be prompted by hereditary factors, infections, intoxications, psychemical traumas, etc.

HYPOTENSION

In case of hypotension, systolic pressure is below 100 mm Hg, while diastolic pressure is below 60 mm Hg. Arterial hypotension can be primary and secondary.

Adiposity

Obesity is a leading preventable cause of death worldwideThe disease is attended with excess development of fatty tissues. The disease usually develops after reaching 40 years of age. It is typical of women. Adiposity primarily results from an energy balance disturbance, i.e. discrepancy between the amount of energy entering the organism and its consumption. Adiposity often arises from hyperalimentation.

Chronic gastritis

Chronic gastritis causes inflammation of the stomach mucosaChronic gastritis causes inflammation of the stomach mucosa (in some cases it affects deeper layers too). It is a widespread disease accounting for about 35 percent of all digestive system disorders and 80-85 percent of all stomach abnormalities. Chronic gastritis is sometimes a further development of acute gastritis.

ANAEMIA

Anaemia is a decrease in the total amount of haemoglobin in blood, which, except for acute blood losses, is characterised by a reduced level of haemoglobin per a unit of volume of blood. In most cases, anaemia also features a lower level of erythrocytes.

IDIOPATHIC HYPERTENSIA

Idiopathic hypertensia accounts for 90 percent of all chronic hypertension cases. Today, 18-20 percent of the adult population in economically developed countries suffer from hypertension, i.e. their arterial pressure repeatedly increases to 160/95 mm Hg and higher. What causes hypertension is yet to be discovered, though its pathogenesis is partly known. Two factors are believed to be involved in the development of hypertension: noradrenaline and sodium.

RADICULITIS

Radiculitis causes painful, motor and vegetative disturbances caused by the affection of the spinal cord roots owing to osteochondrosis. Osteochondrosis is a degenerative-dystrophic process resulting from the loss of the cushion function by the intervertebral disks. This is caused by the degeneration of the disk tissue resulting in decreased pressure within the disk.

THE DIFFICULTIES IN DIAGNOSING AND TREATING FIBROMYALGIA

Fibromyalgia is a chronic disorder characterized by muscle pain, fatigue, stiffness and tenderness of the muscles, tendons and joints. Formerly known as fibrositis, fibromyalgia is marked by an extremely low pain threshold. And while it is not caused by the inflammation of surrounding tissue, fibromyalgia can be affected by outside factors, including emotional stress, noise and even the weather.

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