Environmental Conditions

Environmental conditions can cause a variety of problems, from chronic fatigue to cancer.

The environment has an impact on our health, it can be both positive and negative. In today's world, this is more often a negative impact. Our body is constantly exposed to the massive influence of toxins from the environment: through water, air, food, etc.

If the body accumulates more toxins than it can ward off, it can cause illness. Problems can look similar to other diseases, which are often overlooked by Health Care Providers and can even lead to disability. Some of the health problems associated with the environment include:

  • Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS)
  • Fibromyalgia or Chronic Fatigue
  • Different neurological problems
  • Autoimmune Diseases
  • Hormone Imbalances
  • Allergies, Sinusitis or Asthma
  • Eczema
  • Attention Deficit Disorder and Hyperactivity (ADHD)
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
  • Dementia

Moreover, being under the influence of the same environmental factors, members of the same family can show different reactions: from complete absence of symptoms to debilitating illness.

It is very important for environmental medicine to consider the genetic characteristics of the patient. It is these features that are often expressed in the individual reaction to the toxins of the surrounding world. It affects how quickly one person can break down toxins compared to another. The difference in the level of removal of toxic substances can vary from 5 to 10 times only due to the genetic characteristics of the patient's body.

For environmental medicine, it is important to study in detail everything that surrounds the patient most of the time: her work, hobbies, home and much more. After analyzing the information, modern tests are carried out to assess the body's ability to remove toxins and toxins that accumulate in the body.

Treatment for environmental problems consists of a combination of actions:

  • Therapies to protect the body from toxins exposure
  • Therapies to remove existing toxins from the body
  • Providing the body with nutrients

After analyzing the patient's genetic characteristics, natural preparations are used to support the body's natural detoxification pathways.

Diverting a critical part of the toxic load and educating the patient about a healthier lifestyle should help the patient not only get better, but also avoid such problems in the future.