Getting Healthy Overview
Regardless if someone is suffering from a serious illness or only has a minor medical complaint, the objective is the same: To get healthy as soon as possible. Find out here how the targeted application of micronutrients can help prevent and treat a wide range of diseases. Using the findings of the latest studies, we have compiled an overview of all the important information regarding dosages, usage recommendations, and advisable tests.
Burnout Syndrome Vitamins can help
Burnout is a state of complete emotional and physical exhaustion and can be a heavy burden for many of those affected. Quality of life is drastically reduced. Burnout can be avoided when those affected seek medical attention in the early stages. Find out here which vitamins and micronutrients can help improve neural function and improve strained mental health.
Reducing the risk of high blood pressure
High blood pressure causes damage to the blood vessels which leads to calcification of the arteries in the long term. Certain types of micronutrients, such as magnesium, potassium, and vitamin D regulate and help reduce blood pressure levels. This often means that the dosage of blood pressure lowering medications can be reduced. This also reduces the risk of further damage to the blood vessels. Find out all you need to know about micronutrient medicine and blood pressure here.
Common Cold: Strengthening the immune system
The viruses which cause an flu-like infection or common cold enter the body through the mouth or nose and trigger the typical symptoms: Coughing, runny nose, hoarseness, headaches, sore throat and aching limbs. Find out here which micronutrients can help strengthen the immune system and play a role in the defense against pathogens such as viruses and bacteria.
Relieving the symptoms of arthrosis with nutrients
Arthrosis is wear and tear of the joints. Those affected suffer from pain and a limited range of movement. The goal of the treatment is to reduce joint-related symptoms and slow the progression of the disease. Vitamins and minerals help as a supplementary treatment with few side-effects. Find out here which nutrients can play a role in the treatment of arthrosis and how they can be correctly applied within the scope of micronutrient medicine.
Supporting diabetes treatment
The blood sugar levels of people with diabetes are too high. Chromium, vitamin D, and magnesium ensure that insulin works correctly in the body and dietary fibers slow down the breakdown of carbohydrates to sugar. This means that the blood sugar level does not spike. Find out how micronutrients can help regulate blood sugar levels and protect against the complications related to diabetes.
Treating ADHD with micronutrients
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) affects both adults and children. The typical symptoms are reduced attention span, difficulty concentrating, and impulsiveness. Find out here which micronutrients can help improve neural function and reduce the symptoms of ADHD.
Treating diarrhea naturally
Diarrhea can have many causes. Usually, it is caused by infection, but intestinal illnesses, medication, food, and stress can often trigger diarrhea. Along with medication, micronutrients can help relieve the symptoms of diarrhea. We have summarized the most important aspects for you below.
Treating high cholesterol levels naturally with vitamins
Cholesterol-lowering medications are among the most commonly prescribed medications. However, many people are not aware that high cholesterol levels can also be reduced naturally. Find out here which types of nutrients and vitamins can increase the amount of cholesterol that is removed by the body, reduce the production of cholesterol , or protect the blood vessels from the harmful effects of cholesterol.
Treating irritable bowel syndrome
Irritable bowel syndrome disrupts the normal functioning of the digestive tract. The typical symptoms are diarrhea, constipation and abdominal pain. The classic course of treatment is mainly focused on relieving the symptoms. However, micronutrient medicine uses a range of substances to tackle the underlying cause of the condition. Find out what these are here.
Treating tinnitus and acute hearing loss naturally
Tinnitus causes continuous or intermittent sounds in the ear without external auditory stimuli. In many cases, tinnitus appears following acute hearing loss (a sudden loss of hearing, usually in one ear) Certain types of micronutrients can help reduce the effects of tinnitus and hearing problems. Find out more.
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