Celiac Disease Treatment in India
Celiac disease is a digestive disease that damages the small intestine and alters the absorption of vitamins, minerals and other nutrients contained in food.
Patients with celiac disease do not tolerate a protein called gluten, which is found in cereals (wheat, oats, barley, rye). When you eat foods that contain gluten, your immune system responds and damage to the lining of your small intestine occurs.
The alteration of the absorption of food leads to malnutrition, although an adequate intake is maintained.
There is a genetic component, so it is more common in certain families.
What are the symptoms of celiac disease?
There is great variability in the symptoms and there are not always proper digestive symptoms. The symptoms presented by patients with celiac disease depend on the deficient absorption of the nutrients contained in the diet.
They may refer any of the following symptoms (combined or isolated):
• Chronic diarrhea.
• Abundant, greasy stools.
• Unexplained anemia.
• Recurring abdominal pain.
• Bone and joint pain.
• Muscle cramps.
• Growth retardation.
Some people with celiac disease do not report any symptoms, because the undamaged part of their intestine is able to absorb enough nutrients to prevent symptoms.
What are the causes of celiac disease?
The cause of celiac intolerance is unknown, but it is probably due to:
• Genetic susceptibility to intolerance.
• Environmental agents, probably viral infections or another infection.
• Association with other autoimmune diseases that are also produced by the combination of genetic susceptibility and infections.
What are the complications of celiac disease?
Most of the complications of celiac disease are related to nutritional deficits secondary to impaired absorption of food: osteoporosis, short stature or growth retardation, congenital malformations in children of celiac mothers not treated during pregnancy, dizziness and seizures etc
How is celiac disease diagnosed?
Diagnosis of celiac disease can be difficult, because the symptoms caused by this disease also appear in many other diseases.
Patients with celiac disease have elevated levels of antibodies against gluten (anti-gliadin, anti-endomysial, anti-reticulin and anti-transglutaminase antibodies). If the levels of these antibodies in the blood are elevated, the way to confirm the disease is to study a biopsy of the mucosa of the small intestine.
The confirmation of the diagnosis today is based on concurrence of clinical suspicion, serology and intestinal biopsy compatible with celiac disease.
How is celiac disease treated?
• Celiac disease treatment
As per Allopathy, only treatment for celiac disease is to avoid all foods that contain gluten, even in trace amounts. These foods should be avoided for life. There are many foods that contain gluten and this protein is also present in many additives in manufactured products. Once the gluten-free diet is established, recovery may not be immediate and duodenal biopsies may take up to 2 years to be completely normal. At the beginning of the treatment, in addition to the gluten-free diet, dietary supplements of the vitamins or minerals in which deficiencies are detected are usually associated to promote faster recovery. A small percentage of patients with celiac disease do not improve as expected with a gluten-free diet and require other associated pharmacological treatments.
Aura Homeopathic Treatment For Celiac Disease Treatment
Celiac disease is an autoimmune disorder in which the immune system reacts abnormally to gluten, a protein found in wheat, barley and rye. There is no known cure for celiac disease and the only effective treatment is a strict gluten-free diet. However, some individuals with celiac disease may turn to alternative therapies, such as homeopathy, to relieve their symptoms.
Homeopathy is a form of alternative medicine that uses highly diluted substances to stimulate the body’s healing mechanisms. Practitioners of homeopathy believe that the dilution process increases the therapeutic efficacy of the substance, although dilution may result in little or no active substance in the final product.
There are several homeopathic remedies that are believed to be beneficial for people with celiac disease, including:
Nux vomica: This remedy is commonly used for digestive problems and is believed to help with bloating, constipation and diarrhea.
Sulphur: This remedy is often used to treat skin conditions, but it can also be helpful for people with celiac disease who have skin rashes or itching.
Natrum muriaticum: This remedy is believed to help with indigestion and may be helpful for people with celiac disease who have diarrhea or other bowel disorders.
It is important to note that there is currently no scientific evidence to support the effectiveness of homeopathy in the treatment of celiac disease. While some individuals may find relief from their symptoms with homeopathic remedies, it is crucial for individuals with celiac disease to follow a strict gluten-free diet.
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