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An imbalance of hormones in the human body raises a number of metabolic disorders, accompanied by neurovegetative and psychological disorders. The most serious consequences of hormonal disorders manifest themselves in adolescence (teenage) and during menopause. In the 60-80% of cases occurred in women and accompanied by various vegetative-vascular syndromes (VVS, tireadit, goiter).
Among the reasons we distinguish predisposing and causing factors
In the 1st group are the most important hereditary-constitutional features of the patient, the adverse social and environmental conditions, periods of hormonal changes of the human body.
By the 2nd group includes psychogenic: chronic neuro-emotional stress (disorders appetite), iatrogenic, physical chemical (fatigue tonic irradiation, such as Chernobyl accident liquidators) the impact of high temperature, vibration (professional hazards) physical inactivity: the abuse of alcohol or drugs; dishormonal (pregnancy, lactation, abortion, menstrual function disorder) acute and chronic infections.
The syndrome of vegetative dysfunction is accompanied by many neuroendocrine disorders, such as neurocirculatory dystonia, hypothalamic syndrome, premenstrual menopausal syndromes and may also lead to the development of metabolic disorders (atherosclerosis of vessels, ischemic heart disease, osteoporosis and many others. etc.)
Given these circumstances, the need for the development of promising new treatments arise, which will correct the metabolic and neuro-vegetative disorders of the brain.
Vegetative-vascular dystonia (VVD) - this is not a disease, but a complex of diverse clinical symptoms, indicative of dysfunction of vegetative nervous system. Deviations in the work of peripheral and central nervous systems are the cause of the vegetative-vascular dystonia.
Vegetative-vascular dystonia - not a diagnosis and not an independent nosological form, as a kind of indicator, that the body's ability to adapt to environmental factors compromised.
In combination with other pathogenic factors vegetative-vascular dystonia contributes to the development of many pathological diseases. Most often, these illnesses have a psychosomatic component: bronchial asthma, coronary heart disease, peptic ulcer disease, hypertension and others.
Symptom complex in vegetative-vascular dystonia - is quite extensive, the complaints of patients depend on the complexity and extent of the neglect of the disease, and complaints may depend on age, gender and social status of the patient!
The most common complaints of patients with vegeto-vascular dystonia:
• feeling of constant tiredness, lethargy, drowsiness,
• a sense of inexplicable anxiety irrational fear,
• mood swings,
• memory problems
• rapid pulse,
• pain in the heart,
• tightness in the chest,
• differential pressure and body temperature, sensitivity to cold,
• Violation of the intestine,
• excessive sweating, seizures, fever,
• feeling of a lump in my throat,
• constant shortness of breath,
• a feeling of "crawling", paresthesia,
Vegetative disorders, known as VVS usually divided into three types: cardial, hypertensive hypotensive. Accordingly, each type of these disorders involves a number of further examinations and treatment by a cardiologist, endocrinologist or gastroenterologist.
The medical center of Academician G.S. Avakyan developed a comprehensive treatment, rendering the natural substitution effect on the central and vegetative system.
The most frequently encountered functional pathology is neurocirculatory dystonia (NCD), including 4 clinical types: hypertensive, cardial, hypertensive, and mixed types.
For patients suffering from NCD the variety of complaints is distinctive: frequent headaches, pressing, stitching, burning pains in the heart, rapid shallow breathing, lethargy, fatigue, irritability, dyskinesia of the gastrointestinal tract, poor tolerance of large mental, emotional physical stress.
Physical examination of a group of patients (230 people: men - 100 persons. The average age of 27.5 years, women - 130, mean age 29.5 years) in 56% of cases were identified cardiological syndrome with frequent palpitations, irregular heartbeat, 34% - asthenic syndrome with deteriorating physical condition, 37% of cases (mostly women) was determined by the type of flow paroxysmal of vegetative dysfunction: the majority of patient’s crises occurred at a certain time with a high degree of meteosensitivity in women found an association of sympathetic-adrenal or vago-insular crisis with the phases of the menstrual cycle, emotions and sleep disturbances.
The main complaints of this group of patients were mild irritability, fatigue, anxiety, palpitations, menstrual disorders, blurred vision (age 45-50 years).
Following a comprehensive treatment, including selection of individual herbs and herbal remedies, within three months in most patients (89%) a clear positive dynamics was achieved as a result of treating by complex medications:
• 53% of women had stable moods, disappearance of headaches, anxiety, menstrual cramps;
• 69% of patients - restore heart rhythm blood pressure numbers;
• 56% - returned to normal appetite;
• 84% - improved sleep;
• 43% of patients with manifestations of hypothalamic syndrome considerably weakened the phenomenon of vegetative dysfunction;
• 61% (of total patients) normalized body weight
Contraindications to receive herbs: Individual intolerance of medicinal herbs.
The mechanism of action
Use of pharmacological drugs and herbs in the treatment of neuro-vegetative and endocrine syndromes is indispensable.
Of plant material were isolated active ingredients (carotene, unsaturated fatty acids, amino acids, the neurotransmitters, vitamins E, A, Provisional B B6, PP, C, folic acid, a biologically active plant-iodine, micro elements K, Ca, Cu, Fe, 8e, R).
The main properties of these biologically active substances are:
1) anti-oxidant - the blockade of free radical reactions, reducing the oxygen deficiency of thyroid tissue;
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2) an adaptogenic effect - increases body resistance to adverse environmental conditions in the physical and mental strain, restoration of vitality;
3) sedative action - the restoration of sleep and emotional well-being, anti-cancer - is in competition with estradiol for the neurotransmitter binding site on the receptor, which leads to a decrease of the stimulating effect of estradiol on cell hormone-dependent tumors.