Biliary dyskinesia means insufficient or excessive supply of bile for the digestion of fats. In the first case it is hypokinesia, in the second - hyperkinesia.
"Dyskinesia" is translated as a violation of motility. This means that the gallbladder or ducts are not working properly. This is due to stone formation, blockage of the ducts, anatomical or nervous reasons. Thus, the diagnosis of JVP is not so much a disease, as a complex of symptoms in various diseases.
To cure biliary dyskinesia, it is necessary to eliminate its cause. In our clinic, this is done with the help of Tibetan herbal remedies and reflexotherapy on bioactive points of the body.
For herbal medicine used traditional Tibetan remedies from herbs and other natural ingredients. We do not use chemical, pharmaceutical preparations because of possible side effects.
Tibetan herbal remedies, Legshin, Gurgum and others, operate more efficiently and safely. They have an anti-inflammatory effect, reduce the size of cholesterol stones in gallstone disease, cleanse the liver and bile ducts, improve the composition of bile.
In the treatment of JVP, we use Tibetan herbal remedies that improve the balance of the nervous system, balance the sympathetic and parasympathetic systems, and normalize the psycho-emotional state.
This is because the nervous factor is usually involved in the development of biliary tract dyskinesia. Stress, mental stress, anxiety cause spasms of the ducts and gallbladder.
Along with herbal medicine, we use acupuncture, acupressure and other methods of reflexology. For treatment, bioactive points are used according to individual schemes. They are located on the meridians of the liver, gallbladder, pancreas. Points of the nervous system are also used.
Due to complex therapy, in most cases, it is possible to normalize the production of bile, its evacuation from the gallbladder and admission to the duodenum, where it participates in the digestion of fats.
At the same time, it is possible to eliminate the underlying disease that caused GIBP, its complications and associated disorders. These are reactive pancreatitis, cholecystitis, cholecystopancreatitis, cholelithiasis, chronic gastroduodenitis, dysbacteriosis, as well as atopic dermatitis and other allergic skin manifestations.
Treatment of biliary dyskinesia normalizes digestion, eliminates signs of dysbiosis, beriberi.
Symptoms of DZHVP depend on the type of motility disorders of the gallbladder and the channels through which bile moves.
Common symptoms of dyskinesia; pain in the right under the ribs or in the abdomen, nausea, feeling of bitterness in the mouth, indigestion (dyspepsia), and during exacerbations vomiting, acute pain attacks.
Concomitant nerve symptoms - sleep disturbance, increased sweating (sweating), sudden and sharp mood changes (emotional lability), high fatigue, irritability, short temper, or tearfulness.
Insufficient flow of bile is called atonic dyskinesia, or hypokinesia (hypokinetic form). Its characteristic symptoms are aching or dull pains of a permanent nature.
Excessive flow of bile is called hyperkinesia. This is a spastic form, which is manifested by sharp painful colic in the right hypochondrium. The pain usually gives in the right shoulder and scapula.
Treatment in our clinic eliminates the entire complex of symptoms in both forms of dyskinesia.
Tibetan medicine regards JVP as a disorder of the Bile system (Mkhris-pa) or a combined disorder of Bile and Wind (Rlung). Thus, in the development of dyskinesia, there are two main factors.
The first is bad nutrition. Abuse of fatty, fried, spicy or salty foods with a large amount of animal fats, canned meat or fish products, smoked meats, sausages, strong alcoholic beverages - all this leads to disruption of the liver. Excessive production of bile is accompanied by its increased release with the development of spastic dyskinesia. It is followed by the exhaustion of bile and the transition of the disease to the atonic form.
The second factor is nervous stress, irritability, irascibility, anger. The script is the same. First, the bile enters the duodenum intestine. Spastic dyskinesia of the biliary tract develops, which eventually becomes atopic.
Poor bile evacuation leads to its stagnation. This causes the formation of stones (gallstone disease).
The likelihood of developing JVP increases significantly with:
hereditary (genetic) predisposition,
neurosis and other nervous disorders
diabetes, hyperthyroidism (thyrotoxicosis) and other endocrine disorders,
hepatitis, inflammatory diseases of the digestive tract,
Dyskinesia in children is often manifested by atopic dermatitis and symptoms of dysbiosis. Eliminate them without considering JVP usually fails. Tibetan medicine affects the cause of diseases. This explains its success in the treatment of biliary dyskinesia and related diseases.
Improper intake of bile affects the digestion of fats and the absorption of vitamins, adversely affect the intestinal microflora. In children, it is associated with negative emotions, mental trauma, stress.
Therefore, in the treatment of JVP used Tibetan herbal remedies, sedative effect. They harmonize the nervous system, increase resistance to stress and reduce their effects, restore emotional balance. With increased excitability of the child, hyperactivity syndrome, these herbal remedies act gently, without side effects, but at the same time effective. They are well suited for long-term use and can be used both for therapeutic and prophylactic purposes.
The development of such complications as cholelithiasis, cholecystitis and pancreatitis in children is not typical. Possible gastroduodenitis. In any case, the doctor will determine which herbal remedies are most suitable for this case. Along with the phytotherapy of the nervous system, as a rule, means are used to improve the functioning of the gallbladder and liver.
Like all disorders of the Bile System (Mhris-pa), biliary dyskinesia requires nutritional correction. It is carried out individually, but there are a number of general rules.
First, it is the transition to fractional meals, that is, little by little, five or six times a day. Depending on the type of the disease, certain products are recommended. In the spastic form, refusal from greasy, fried, spicy, spicy or very salty foods, canned goods and smoked meats is required. Heat-treated or raw vegetables, fruits, juices, dairy products will be recommended.
In the atonic form of JVP, warming products will be recommended. These are chicken or quail eggs, sunflower oil, lean poultry meat, fish, neutral vegetables. Much depends on the patient’s constitutional affiliation, metabolic features, and the state of the nervous system. Consider these factors can only be a doctor after a comprehensive diagnosis. Due to this, the correction of nutrition in “Tibet” in Moscow and in St. Petersburg significantly increases the efficiency of procedures and herbal medicine, and during periods of symptom reduction serves as a reliable prevention of their exacerbation.