The use of antibiotics has long been a cornerstone of modern medicine, but their indiscriminate use has been linked to the development of antibiotic resistance.
Therefore, it is becoming increasingly important to investigate alternative therapies for the treatment of bacterial infections.
Holistic therapies, such as probiotics, herbal remedies and lifestyle changes, are gaining popularity as a way to restore balance to the natural microbiota and resist antibiotic-resistant bacteria.
Antibiotic use or natural treatment
Do you have a bacterial infection and were you told that antibiotics are the only way to fight these bacteria?
Dan can tell you it's not true! There are several natural options for dealing with bacterial infection.
The use of antibiotics has become commonplace in the treatment of various diseases and infections, but many are unaware of the possible side effects these drugs can have on your digestive system.
Antibiotics can affect your gut flora and cause a variety of digestive problems, such as bloating, diarrhea and constipation.
Fortunately, alternative treatments are available to restore balance and health to your digestive system.
My own experience with antibiotic cures
You may have already read that I am a foreigner who ended up in the Netherlands 16 years ago. I am from Kazakhstan, former Soviet Union.
I want to tell you honestly that I didn't know what antibiotics were until I came to Europe 23 years ago. Ancient doctors in Russia treated people with natural remedies such as herbs, tinctures and food.
When I got cystitis in Great Britain I was immediately treated with antibiotics. I think the bacteria were gone, but how many side effects did I get, rashes on my skin, fatigue, heart palpitations. I had an allergic reaction to antibiotics. Since then I had many problems with my health.
I can't say we don't need antibiotics anymore but there are alternatives, especially if you are very sensitive like me.
Fortunately, I can now treat people myself with natural remedies such as herbs and tinctures that are as strong as antibiotics but without side effects.
Restore intestinal flora naturally | Bacteria and parasites
The human intestines are full of bacteria and parasites that play an important role in keeping our body healthy and functioning properly.
Recent studies have linked the presence of certain parasite species in the gut to a range of diseases, including obesity, autoimmune diseases and mental health problems.
The World Health Organization estimates that parasites are responsible for more than a quarter of all infectious diseases in the world. Parasites can cause a wide variety of symptoms, ranging from mild stomach upset to severe organ damage and even death.
Studies have also shown that the microbiome may be involved in the development of allergies and asthma, as well as being involved in the regulation of inflammation and the immune system. In addition, the microbiome is associated with neurological disorders, such as autism and depression, as well as obesity and metabolic disorders, including diabetes.
While traditional medicine has long focused on treating the symptoms of disease rather than the underlying causes, recent research into the microbiome has opened up a whole new field of potential treatments. In the past, doctors prescribed antibiotics to treat bacterial infections, but this approach can be harmful to the microbiome.
Work with a specialist to naturally restore your intestinal flora
Work with a specialist who works with people on a daily basis. I work in my practice holistic, it means that the whole body is treated instead of parts of it.
My specializations are intestines, intestinal flora, treating parasites and mental health.
Don't live nearby? It is not a problem. We can always meet via video calling.
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