Beschreibung der Methode "Bloodletting"
Bloodletting befindet sich im Hufelandverzeichnis. Möglicherweise wird ein Teil der Kosten für Bloodletting von Ihrer Krankenkasse übernommen.
Was ist „Bloodletting”?
The bleeding seems to many people "medieval"; it is also an excretory method used since antiquity and can help in situations that defy even the heaviest drugs.
What is the bloodletting?
However, the knowledge and the experience of the therapist must not be missing, otherwise it can easily lead to ineffectiveness or even harmfulness. Namely, the constellation of age, illness, sex, constitution and condition of the patient play more here than with other healing methods.
Headache, dizziness, insomnia, sweats, tinnitus, shortness of breath, inflammation of internal organs, hemorrhoids, varicose veins... the list of low-prone disorders is long. It is often just diseases whose cause remains unknown, which improve on blood withdrawal. The (temporary) reduction of the blood can lead to long-lasting relief, to purify the blood and even to reconcile the constitution of the patient. The most favorable age for the bloodletting is the time between the 45th-60th Age.
How does bloodletting work?
By a puncture of a cannula usually in the elbow is - similar to a blood sample - taken a larger amount of blood (between 100 and 500 ml). The amount depends on the condition of the patient. If appropriate, an infusion solution corresponding to the same amount of blood is given after bleeding. This is the so-called "outpatient hemodilution".
After bleeding, there is an influx of tissue fluid into the bloodstream. After a bloodletting of 250 ml, about 1000 ml of tissue fluid flow in. As a result, exogenous, toxic metabolic products are flushed out of the body. In addition, the formation of new blood cells is stimulated.
- Relieves the circulation when the blood pressure is too high
- for the removal of toxins
- pathological proliferation of red blood cells
- for the prevention of impending stroke and pulmonary edema