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Болезни желудочно-кишечного тракта. Эффективные способы лечения
Все люди хотят быть здоровыми, энергичными и радоваться жизни.
И действительно, как писал Мишель де Монтень, «здоровье - это драгоценность, и притом единственная, ради которой действительно стоит не только не жалеть времени, сил, трудов и всяких благ, но и пожертвовать ради него частицей самой жизни, поскольку жизнь без него становится нестерпимой и унизительной». Он, несомненно, прав, поскольку здоровье - это как воздух, его вроде бы не замечаешь, но жить без него невозможно.
К сожалению, в последнее время не только в нашей стране, но и во всем мире наблюдается тенденция к росту случаев развития желудочно-кишечных заболеваний. Как считают ученые, причинами этого являются неправильное питание, постоянные стрессы, наличие экологических проблем и высокое содержание вредных веществ в окружающей среде.
Пищеварительная система выполняет очень важные функции в нашем организме. Без нее жизнь была бы невозможна, ведь именно за счет процессов переваривания и всасывания пищи человек получает энергию, как для работы, так и для отдыха. А желудок и кишечник являются основными органами пищеварения, поскольку именно с их деятельностью связаны начальные и конечные этапы переработки пищи, поэтому очень важно, чтобы желудочно-кишечный тракт был здоров и не подводил нас в самый ответственный момент.

Эта статья посвящена описанию самых распространенных болезней желудка и кишечника. Вы узнаете о том, каковы признаки неблагополучия в пищеварительном тракте, а также о том, какие способы их лечения используются в домашних условиях. Конечно, порой невозможно обойтись без медикаментов, но травяные настои, лекарственные растения, глина, мед и гимнастика послужат эффективным дополнением к терапии, назначенной врачом. Также в этой статье приведены рекомендации по диетическому питанию, которое необходимо не только для лечения…...

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