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Protocols: Alcoholism (Simple)

General Medicine, Internists, Endocrinologists

Alcoholism is a disease consisting of experiencing a strong need to ingest alcohol (liquor), such that there is a physical dependence on it manifested by certain withdrawal symptoms when its ingestion is not possible. Alcoholics do not have control over how much they consume, leading to an increase over time in their degree of tolerance to alcohol.

Alcohol has a biphasic effect on the body, which means that its effects change over time. Initially, it produces feelings of relaxation and euphoria, but further consumption can lead to blurred vision and coordination problems. Cell membranes are highly permeable to alcohol, so once alcohol is in the blood stream it can diffuse into almost all bodily tissues.

Excessive consumption may lead to unconsciousness, and extreme levels of consumption may lead to alcohol poisoning and death (a concentration in the blood of 0.55%); approx. 5 grams of alcohol per liter of blood could kill half of those affected by cardiac arrest after bulbar palsy.

Death can also be caused by asphyxiation if vomit, a frequent consequence of excessive consumption, obstructs the trachea and the individual is too inebriated to react.
A proper first aid response to an unconscious, inebriated person is to place them in the recovery position.

When alcohol reaches the blood (within 30 to 90 minutes after being ingested), levels of blood sugar decrease, causing a feeling of weakness and physical exhaustion. This is due to the fact that alcohol speeds up the transformation of glycogen (a substance responsible for storing sugar in the liver) into glucose, which is eliminated more quickly.

Alcohol also inhibits vasopressin, a hormone synthesized by the hypothalamus and later released by the neurohypophysis. This hormone is responsible for maintaining the balance of liquids in the body, ordering the kidneys to reabsorb water from urine. If vasopressin stops functioning, the kidneys start to eliminate more water than they take in and this causes the body to look for water in other organs. This causes serious dehydration.

The liver is the organ responsible for metabolizing alcohol, which is first transformed by enzymes in the liver into acetaldehyde and then into acetate and other compounds. This process is slow and not free of damage (acetaldehyde depolarizes proteins, oxidizes lipids, consumes B-vitamins and damages tissues).

If hepatic cells are irritated, alcoholic hepatitis is possible due to cell destruction and inflammation of tissue. Over time, the liver undergoes changes (fatty liver or steatosis) to adapt to the metabolic overload. This can lead to hepatitis and later cirrhosis, a result of cell-death and organ degeneration. This serious disease ultimately can lead to liver cancer and death.

Protocol 1 (Prevention of Complications)

Administer 2 ml daily by deep intramuscular injection for 5 days, rest 2 days and adminis-ter another complete treatment course of 2 ml daily for 5 days. (Two boxes) Treatment should be repeated after 6 months.

 

After finishing Cellorgane Multi-complex No. 2, administer 2 ml daily by deep intramuscular injection for 5 days, rest 2 and administer another complete treatment course of 2ml daily for 5 days. (Two boxes) Treatment should be repeated after 6 months.

 

 

Cellorgane Multi-complex tablets, take 2 tablets in the morning (on an empty stomach) and 2 tablets at night (on an empty stomach), concurrently with injections of Cellorgane Com-plex. Subsequently, Treatment should be taken continuously for at least 3 months, and then re-evaluate.

Protocol 2 (Prevention of Complications + Cardiovascular Disease)

 

Cellorgane Multi-complex tablets, take 2 tablets in the morning (on an empty stomach) and 2 tablets at night (on an empty stomach). It should be taken continuously for at least 3 months, and then re-evaluate.

 

Cellorgane Multi-complex tablets, take 2 tablets in the morning (on an empty stomach) and 2 tablets at night (on an empty stomach). It should be taken continuously for at least 3 months, and then re-evaluated.

 

Cellorgane Multi-complex tablets, take 2 tablets in the morning (on an empty stomach) and 2 tablets at night (on an empty stomach). It should be taken continuously for at least 3 months, and then re-evaluate.

 

Bioenzym tablets, take 2 tablets in the morning (on an empty stomach) and 2 tablets at night (on an empty stomach). It should be taken continuously for at least 3 months, and then re-evaluate.

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