Video: ❶ How To Treat Pancreatitis
Pancreatitis is a fairly common disease of the pancreas. This ailment is diagnosed only by a doctor using an ultrasound scan. The disease must be treated as it leads to indigestion. Location: Location: There are many causes of pancreatitis. Most often, the disease occurs in people who abuse alcoholic beverages. Also, the disease can appear with diseases of the biliary system, with cirrhosis of the liver, with an injury to the abdomen, for example, received during a fall. Overeating, nervous overexcitation, some medications can also provoke an ailment. Distinguish between acute and chronic pancreatitis. Symptoms are intermittent, aching pain in the upper abdomen, which can radiate to the back, it appears after drinking alcohol and fatty foods. Nausea may also be presentslight yellowing of the skin. In the acute form, symptoms appear suddenly.
Treatment for the disease is to prevent further destruction of the organ. First of all, you must follow a diet. It is necessary to stop taking alcohol, caffeine, cigarettes. Also exclude fatty, spicy, sour, heavy foods from your diet. Try to minimize contact with various toxic substances. In case of acute pancreatitis, the patient must be admitted to a hospital, as intravenous injections may be needed. Sometimes the doctor can prescribe treatment with enzyme preparations that make up for the lack of pancreatic juice. Some people need surgery to remove dead tissue from an organ. To treat this ailment, you can also use the recipes of our grandmothers.
With chronic pancreatitis, potato juice will help. Wash 2 potato tubers and pass them into a meat grinder or grate on a fine grater. Squeeze juice from the resulting mass. Consume it all half an hour before meals. The course of treatment is one week. Take one tablespoon of chopped barberry bark and cover it with water. Simmer for 20 minutes. Take the cooled broth in a tablespoon 3 times a day.
Herbal infusion relieves acute pain well. For cooking, take motherwort, St. John's wort, immortelle flowers in equal parts and chop. Pour two tablespoons of the resulting mixture with half a liter of boiling water. Insist one hour, and then strain. Take 50 grams before meals. You can also take 20 grams of clove herb and cover it with a glass of water. Boil for 20 minutes, then strain the infusion. Consume 25 grams of the product three times a day before meals.