Causes and symptoms of dysbiosis

Causes of dysbiosis


Disbacieriosis can develop for a variety of reasons, both in adults and in children. These may be intestinal infections of various origin, diseases of the gastrointestinal tract with impaired motor function. It may occur as a result of taking antibiotics, hormonal drugs, after radiation and chemotherapy. Causes of dysbacteriosis can be stress, climate change, unfavorable ecology, the consequences of abdominal operations, malnutrition, frequent procedures of hydromechanical cleansing of the large intestine.
As a result of a reduction in the number of beneficial bifidobacteria in the intestine, the process of digestion becomes very difficult. Assimilation of nutrients, vitamins, micro-and macronutrients is impaired, hypoproteinemia (low serum protein content) develops. Reducing the number of lactobacilli leads to a shift in the level of acidity in the alkaline side, the activity of enzymes in the intestine is reduced.Reducing the number of beneficial microorganisms causes reproduction in the large intestine of a large number of conditionally pathogenic microflora, which leads to difficulty in the absorption of nutrients. At the same time, waste products of pathogenic microorganisms and toxic substances that increase the load on the liver and kidneys and cause disruption of their work enter the blood from the intestine.The waste products of pathogenic microflora increase the permeability of the intestinal walls, have a toxic effect on the liver, reduce peristalsis.

Symptoms of dysbiosis


Often, intestinal dysbiosis does not have pronounced signs and proceeds hidden. As a result, disorders of the gastrointestinal tract, discomfort in the navel, asthenic conditions, malaise, weakness, allergic reactions, low temperature are manifested. People with dysbiosis often suffer from acute respiratory infections, sinusitis, sinusitis or bronchitis.The pathogenic microflora disrupts the immune system, in particular, the production of immunoglobulin A (IgA) is reduced, and therefore the risk of infectious diseases increases.
The probability of occurrence of allergic reactions increases. Intestinal dysbiosis can lead to chronic diseases of the gastrointestinal tract - gastritis, colitis, pancreatitis, can cause allergic diseases, disorders of water-salt metabolism, liver disease, menstrual disorders, may develop malignant tumors of the gastrointestinal tract. For the diagnosis of dysbacteriosis, it is necessary to do a fecal analysis. Treatment prescribed for clinical manifestations. As a simple prevention of dysbacteriosis, you need to include kefir in the diet and in your daily diet, you can drink other dairy products.

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