“THE SPINE IS THE GOD OF HEALTH,” naturalists say, and there is much truth in this. Neurological diseases of the spine caused by osteoporosis are among the most common diseases in humanity.
Osteoporosis is a degenerative-dystropic change in discs, as a result of which the disc core dries up, its fibers disintegrate, it loses elasticity, and the fibrous rings become fragile. In many cases, a herniated disc occurs when the fibrous rings protrude from the vertebrae, putting pressure on the nerve cells.
Neurological diseases resulting from osteoporosis are caused by irritation of nerve endings due to inflammation or pressure on the vertebral tissue.
Symptoms of osteoporosis range from very severe to severe headache, vomiting, dizziness, back pain to severe pain in the heart and stomach, numbness in the arms and legs, and severe pain in the back and chest even with small movements.
Infections – most often due to chlamydia and herpes viruses.
Autoimmune processes caused by the multiplication of microbes and viruses due to a weakened nervous system.
Chronic injuries, poor posture, spinal overload
Inadequate nutrition of the tissues of the cartilaginous discs with age
Hypothermia (hypothermia), sedentary lifestyle
Inheritance, developmental disorders
To prevent osteoporosis: to protect against reactions (No other product can compete with the transfer factor).
It is necessary to systematically improve the flexibility of the spine – forward, backward, move in all directions. “As long as the spine is flexible, the body is young!”
The muscles of the back that are connected to the ridges of the vertebrae need to be developed, so if they are strong enough, the pressure on the cartilaginous discs is significantly reduced, which reduces the likelihood of developing back pain.
It is necessary to develop the muscle belt. The significance and importance of this increases with age, as the inevitable changes in the cartilaginous discs weaken the stability of the vertebrae and may even lead to their immobility. In this case, the strong muscles near the vertebrae act as stabilizers for the spine.
Blood circulation and disc metabolism should be stimulated. Rubbing, massage, warming up, stretching, acupuncture are excellent for this.
Arthritis and cartilage wear
Arthritis and cartilage wear are common painful dystropic conditions. Joint pain is most often associated with osteoarthritis, which occurs as a result of degenerative joint changes due to constant physical overload. Typically, this disease affects people between the ages of 40 and 50. The cervical and lumbar spine, joints of the hands, pelvis, knees and ankles are damaged.
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Olga Nikolaevna T. (41 years old), Ulyanovsk
Main problems: Herniated disc (exacerbations 2-3 times a year), chronic bronchitis (persistent wheezing in the lower lungs), pain in the heart, insomnia, allergies to dust and cold.
Took since August 2012 TF Classic (1 capsule 3 times a day) and TF Advensd (1 capsule 3 times a day)
Results: Sleep returned to normal 3 weeks after starting the treatment After a month, the pains in my heart practically stopped bothering me.
A month and a half later, an exacerbation of a herniated disc occurred, but the pain and stiffness of movement in the lumbar spine disappeared after 7 days without the use of traditional medicines,
Took only TF Plus (1 capsule 3 times a day), TF Cardio (2 capsules 2 times a day), TF Advensd (1 capsule 3 times a day), TF Classic (1 capsule 3 times a day) and compress on the lower back (folk remedy). And previous exacerbations were treated with strong pain relievers and hormonal agents. After 2 months, rales from the lower part of the lungs disappeared, the symptoms of allergy to dust and cold subsided. Currently, I feel good, I continue to take TF for prophylaxis, 1 bottle per month.