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About Medical starvation and the method of fasting-diet therapy (RDT)

Therapeutic fasting or the RDT method - this is one of the alternative medicine methods that involves a person refusing food and then leaving (facilitated diet food) from fasting. You need to get out of fasting for some time. There are several types of fasting - it is dry (without food and water) and wet (without food), we will consider these two types a little later. This treatment technique is based on the idea that over time, due to improper nutrition and lifestyle, the body forms so-called slagging and according to this idea, if you stop consuming food, the body goes into cleaning and recovery mode.

Therapeutic fasting. Classification of treatments.

Consider the method of therapeutic fasting by class:

  1. Complete starvation (on water) & nbsp; - this is starvation in which you can consume water, often called "Wet starvation." This method is quite popular and has a good effect in which a "Ketoacidotic crisis" is achieved - which for the most part is observed in most patients on the fifth to eighth days.

  2. Absolute starvation (dry) & nbsp; - this technique involves the rejection of both food and water, the most popular name in the common people is "Dry glancing." This is a short-term type of fasting and is usually practiced from one to several days, since this technique has a number of contradictions. Dry fasting should be limited only because a longer period can lead to greater dehydration, in which case it is necessary to be supervised by doctors, since severe dehydration is dangerous and can lead to death.

  3. There are other methods, for example:

  4. Dry (partial) starvation & nbsp; This type of fasting implies refusal from water and food, but water procedures such as salt baths, showers, dousing, steam and phyto-barrels allowing better “ to slag "the skin and supply the body with moisture from the outside;

  5. Combined or mixed starvation An interesting method since it involves the simultaneous use of "Dry" and "Wet" fasting. Dry starvation is practiced for a couple of days, and starting from 3 or 4 days, depending on the destination, water intake is resumed, this is done not just like that, but in order to accelerate the onset of the “Ketoacidotic crisis” - this is when the body begins to consume its amino acids. < / li>

  Wet or fasting on water is divided into several stages:

  1. Short-term & nbsp; 1 to 3 days;
  2. Medium-term 4 to 6 days;
  3. Long-term from 7 to 40 days.

  Also, according to the length of working periods, we consider the following fasting methods:

  1. Fractional starvation. This fasting technique involves 3 consecutive consecutive cycles of fasting treatment. On average, the duration of the unloading period is 14 days, restorative nutrition - 34 days, and the interval between individual cycles of solid propellant, including restorative nutrition - 62 days, and the total duration of treatment can reach six months.
  2. Step fasting. The step-by-step fasting technique involves fasting to the first signs of an “Acidotic crisis” after 6-8 days of hunger, then a recovery period follows for a period equal to half the unloading period (1st stage), after which fasting to the initial symptoms of the “Acidotic crisis” is prescribed again, then restorative nutrition again for a period equal to half the unloading period (2nd stage), etc. In total, you will need to repeat 4-5 steps!
  3. During therapeutic fasting, other various treatment methods can be used in the process, mainly naturopathic ones such as homeopathy, acupuncture, hirudotherapy, balneotherapy, delayed breathing method, hypoxia and so on!

Scope of therapeutic fasting!

  Diseases in which fasting is unacceptable:

  • pronounced deficiency of body mass (body mass index less than 18.5-20);
  • malignant tumors;
  • active tuberculosis of the lungs and other organs;
  • bronchiectatic disease;
  • circulatory system diseases;
  • type I diabetes mellitus;
  • thyrotoxicosis;
  • cardiac arrhythmia or conduction of any genesis;
  • condition after a major focal myocardial infarction;
  • heart failure II B & nbsp; - III degree;
  • chronic hepatitis and cirrhosis;
  • renal failure of any genesis;
  • thrombophlebitis.

Therapeutic fasting. Self-medication at home.