How much alcohol leaves the body (table), and how to speed up this process
Recovery of the most damaged organs
Oddly enough, it is the brain that suffers most from the effects of alcohol dependence.
The filter of the body, which neutralizes toxins and poisons, so it has the properties to regenerate and recover. Prolonged exposure to alcohol affects the liver detrimental, which leads to diseases (cirrhosis, hepatitis, fatty degeneration).
To resume the functioning of the liver in full, it is necessary to carry out a whole range of measures for its relaxation, cleansing and recovery.
In combination with drug treatment, experts recommend adherence to the regime and diet.
In order to effectively and quickly bring the pancreas back to normal, you should follow the recommendations of experts:
- Frequent meals in small quantities;
- drink a glass of hot water thirty minutes before a meal (helps to eliminate toxins from the body, and also prepares for the digestion process);
- include in the diet food rich in natural and vegetable fats (fish, butter and olive oil, lard in small quantities, avocado, etc.)
- exclude combinations of products: proteins / carbohydrates, sour / fat, sweet / meat.
Most alcohol is eliminated through the kidneys, but not completely. A significant amount of toxins deposited on the kidneys and leads to disruption of their functioning. This leads to lower back pain, sediment in the urine, stone formation and renal failure.
To restore the kidney function will take several months, taking into account the complete rejection of alcohol, a balanced diet,active lifestyle and regular exercise.
The influence of alcoholic toxins on the nervous system is manifested in a violation of concentration, memory, coordination of movements and frequent changes of emotional state.
Therapy takes a long time and is aimed at restoring the necessary blood flow in the brain cells, as well as full restoration of their functioning. Rehabilitation of the nervous system takes more time than the restoration of the work of other organs, and therefore requires special patience and endurance.