Saturday, May 2, 2009

Crohn's Disease ; Other Treatment (2)

Crohn's disease can affect every aspect of your life. This can make you feel depressed or terkucil. But you can take steps to improve the skills and the future. You may want to seek professional consultants and social support from family, friends, or clergy. Research has shown that a strong social support can reduce stress and disease activity.

Other Care Options

Nutritional supplements
Additional nutrition or total parenteral nutrition (TPN) with a liquid nutrition, which is more easily digested, either through a tube inserted through the nose and into the stomach or the needle is inserted into the vein.
Complementary medicine (complementary)

Many people with the disease enteritis consider nontraditional or complementary medicine in addition to prescription drugs. They return to this alternative because there is no cure for Crohn's disease. People may also use complementary medicine to help with:

  1. The difficult side effects of standard drugs.
  2. Emotional tension associated with chronic diseases.
  3. Negative impact of severe disease on daily life.

Therapy is not effective for Crohn's disease, but they can improve overall welfare.

Variety of complementary therapy include:
  1. Dietary supplements or special nutrition, such as probiotics, evening primrose and fish oil.
  2. Supplements, such as vitamins D and B12.
  3. Herbal, such as aloe and ginseng.
  4. Massage.
  5. Stimulation of the feet, hands, and ears to try to affect parts of the body (reflection).
What should be thought

Nutritional supplements can help people receive enough essential nutrients, but they are expensive.

TPN can cause metabolic uneven. This can also increase the risk of infection from Catheter blood flow in the blood vessel, which is necessary for the given TPN. Use of long-term TPN dapatmeningkatkan risk of liver problems or liver failure.

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