DefinitionThis section has been translated automatically.
General lifestyle to maintain health and recovery of the body and psyche. The order therapy is the foundation stone of all naturopathic treatment methods. It intervenes in the patient's lifestyle, concerns nutrition, exercise, alternating between tension and relaxation, and stress management. In the modern language it includes, among other things, work-life balance. In addition, depending on the illness, the avoidance of trigger factors such as allergens or other triggering causes is added, see under the respective illness.
EffectsThis section has been translated automatically.
Harmonisation of bodily functions, reawakening or increasing the self-healing powers and the patient's own responsibility for his body to prevent or cure diseases. Avoidance or reduction of influences from the environment that cause illness - toxins (nicotine, alcohol, drugs), allergens, malnutrition, stress factors, and finally protection of the body against damage from outside or itself (excessive ambition).
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IndicationThis section has been translated automatically.
allergic diseases: urticaria, atopic eczema, contact allergic eczema, photoallergic eczema, drug exanthema
triggerable diseases: psoriasis, lichen ruber, epidermolysis, seborrheic eczema, acne, rosacea, perioral dermatitis
Tumours and precanceroses: Melanoma, basal cell carcinoma, actinic keratoses, leukoplakia
toxic diseases: dermatitis solaris, burns, burns, phototoxic eczema,
Itchy and infectious diseases: prurigo forms, scabies, impetigo, pyoderma, tinea,
psychosomatic diseases: artifacts, dermatomania,
nutritional/triggered diseases: xanthelasmata, intertrigo, candidiasis, obesity, anorexia nervosa
drug-induced diseases: steroid skin, striae cutis distensae,
Pregnancy/nursing periodThis section has been translated automatically.
ImplementationThis section has been translated automatically.
A lifestyle individually tailored to the patient, avoidance of physically or psychologically damaging influences, see also the indication and the individual clinical pictures, sufficient exercise without excessive demands, healthy nutrition avoiding too much or too little nutrients, vitamins, calories etc., adapted rest phases to balance the activity phases, sufficient sleep avoiding permanent laziness, .
Depending on the individual, this includes diets, physiotherapy, sports programmes, different relaxation techniques, psychotherapy if necessary.
ContraindicationThis section has been translated automatically.