Fasting with broncho-pulmonary diseases
Currently, lung diseases are extremely common. This is facilitated by deteriorating ecology, sedentary lifestyle, malnutrition, smoking and other damaging factors. Unfortunately, modern medicine treats the lungs as a single organ with appropriate treatment recommendations. Meanwhile, the emergence of pulmonary pathology is primarily associated with a violation of the body as a whole. In addition to providing the body with oxygen and releasing carbon dioxide, the lungs perform a number of very important functions, one of which is isolation. If other excretory organs, such as the intestine and skin, fail to work, there is an overload of the lungs, damage to their excretory products and, as a consequence, a disease.
In such cases, starvation is the best natural remedy that provides the normalization of the functions of the whole organism as a whole. It helps the body cleanse of all those excess contaminants and restore damaged organs. Most authors note that pulmonary diseases are very well served by fasting. Even with severe chronic lung diseases, which can not be treated by conventional means, there is a significant positive effect.
For lung diseases, long periods of fasting up to 20-21 days or more are preferable. Fasting treatment should be started gradually. At the beginning, it is necessary to carry out cleansing procedures, and then several one-day fasting. All this will help tune in to longer periods of fasting. If you are treating yourself, then after one day of fasting, you need to fast until the crisis - for a period of 5-10 days. They will help to more gently carry out the preliminary stage of cleansing the body and teach the correct way out of fasting. Then you can fast for an average period of 10-14 days. In general, the preparatory period should last at least six months, and only after that you can start fasting for up to 21 days. Quite often, even after medium-term fasting and proper restorative nutrition, a significant improvement occurs, and only with chronic diseases longer periods are needed.
Of the additional procedures recommended breathing exercises, general and chest massage, physio-procedures, enemas, water procedures, phyto-therapy, reflexotherapy. Physical stress should not cause fatigue.
During fasting, there may be exacerbations of the underlying disease, manifested by coughing, profuse sputum discharge. In such cases, it is recommended to continue fasting until symptoms disappear. With a pronounced deterioration in well-being, you can begin to get out of fasting in the usual way. After the end of the recovery period, resume fasting. The cascade fasting method is very effective. Small cascade - alternation of short courses of fasting for a period of 5-10 days before the onset of a crisis plus 1 day and two weeks of restorative nutrition. There are only three such courses. Two such cascades are carried out during the year.
In severe lung diseases, it is recommended that fractional fasting according to G.A. Voitovich, which involves several (usually three) consecutive cycles / fractions / total or combined starvation. The first duration of 17-20 days, the second 17-20 days and the third - from 17 to the appearance of signs of the physiological end of hunger. Between these starvations, restorative nutrition is carried out according to a special method, equal to the fasting itself.
Of the individual diseases, bronchial asthma, chronic bronchitis, and Beck's sarcoidosis are successfully treated with starvation.
With caution should be used fasting in severe forms of lung disease accompanied by the use of hormonal drugs. In such cases, it is necessary to have a qualified observation and the first fasting should be done in a specialized clinic.
The list of lung diseases, in which successfully fasting is used in different authors, is significantly different. You can safely say that with proper fasting, you can achieve a positive effect in any disease.
See also: starvation in heart diseases