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Treatment of Biliary Dyskinesia by Traditional Medicine Therapies

Treatment of Biliary Dyskinesia by Traditional Medicine Therapies

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The treatment of biliary dyskinesia in traditional medicine is done by tonifying and relaxing the gall bladder (as is the case) and by regulating the bile secretion of the hepatic tissue. The diet included in the treatment programme will improve the hepatic and biliary activity.
The treatment of biliary dyskinesia in traditional medicine is done by tonifying and relaxing the gall bladder (as is the case) and by regulating the bile secretion of the hepatic tissue. The diet included in the treatment programme will improve the hepatic and biliary activity.

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Published by: Pirasan Traditional Medicine Center on Mar 28, 2011
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TREATMENT OF BILIARY DYSKINESIA BY TRADITIONALMEDICINE THERAPIES
Biliary dyskinesia defines the disorder of the bile-evacuating mechanism, a disorderdue to certain motility dysfunctions of the gall bladder, of the common bile duct or of Oddisphincter.
The Function of the Gall Bladder in the Body
The gall bladder is a small sized organ, situated under the liver. It communicates withthe liver through the hepatic duct. It stores and concentrates the bile, which is a green hepaticsecretion used in the digestive process.When we eat our foods, the gall bladder releases the bile through the common bileduct into the duodenum (the first segment of the small intestine).When this mechanism is disturbed, disorders of the digestive system occur, manifestedby: pain or discomfort in the right subcostal area or in the epigastrium, pain in the shoulderblades are, headaches (especially in the right area), dizziness, nausea, flatulence, sensation of fullness and distension after meals, indigestion (especially after consuming heavy or fatfoods), diarrhea or soft stools, light-colored stools, constipation, a bitter taste after meals.In the case of acute pangs, there is also fever accompanied by biliary colic (strong painin the right side of the abdomen,subcostally, a pain that may radiate towards the right shoulderblade), nausea and vomiting. The symptoms may last from several minutes to several hours.These biliary dysfunctions cause major disorders in the activity of the body and theymay lead to liver diseases (fatty liver, hepatomegaly, hepatic cirrhosis) and pancreaticdiseases (pancreatitis, diabetes), pathologic disorders of the intestinal microflora, gastricdiseases (gastritis, ulcer, and gastro-esophageal reflux).
Types
Hyperkinetic biliary dyskinesia is defined by an increased biliary activity, a decreasedsize of the gall bladder, a quickened intestinal transit, pains and diarrhea.Hypokinetic biliary dyskinesia, also known as "lazy bile", is defined by pains ordiscomfort in the right hypochondrium, a pressure in the respective area and a bitter taste aftermeals or after physical effort, bilious vomiting, pruritus.
 
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Causes
The main factors to blame in a disorder of the biliary activity are stress or other mentaldisorders and a chaotic and inadequate food regime, characterized by frequent alimentaryexcesses and excessive consumption of fats, fried foods, sausages, fat or minced meat, eggs,coffee, chocolate, alcohol or other foods that take a long time to digest.Biliary dyskinesia may also be triggered by non-alimentary factors such as: endocrinedisorders, gynecological diseases, stress, physical exhaustion, anxious and/or depressivedisorders.
Treatment
The treatment of biliary dyskinesia is done by tonifying and relaxing the gall bladder(as is the case) and by regulating the bile secretion of the hepatic tissue.The diet included in the treatment programme will improve the hepatic and biliaryactivity. After ending the diet, the patient may undertake a more relaxed food regime.Nevertheless, he must have three meals a day and he must not have any snacks whatsoeverbetween these meals.The impact and the effects of the generating causes are removed by specific traditionalprocedures. In this way the effects of the stress are eliminated and the organs affectedindirectly are cured: fatty liver (accumulation of adipose tissue in the hepatic area disturbingthe hepatic functions), the dysfunction of the thyroid, the decreased intestinal peristalticreflex, etc.The patient's eating habits are guided to a healthier diet in order to balance theintestinal flora and to restoreThus the doctor eliminates the effects of stress, adjusts the patient's alimentation,guides him to adopt a healthy food regime and also cures the organs affected indirectly: fattyliver (accumulation of adipose tissue in the hepatic area disturbing the hepatic functions), thedysfunction of the thyroid, the decreased intestinal peristaltic reflex, etc.At the same time the balance of the intestinal flora as well as the mucous membrane of the stomach are also restored. Should there also be residues in the gall bladder (mud), thedoctor will also perform a biliary drainage in order to eliminate them.

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