Month: November 2013

The Patient

The world if modified in this time much more that in the previous centuries, and the moment is of reflection and new taken of position the problems of the health more they are aggravated with the said illnesses of the current civilization, and the technological advances had brought quantitative and qualitative changes in the form of if living and dying. In way to everything this, the constatao of that scientific knowing of the last centuries compromised our humanity while people human beings becoming necessary a new paradigm (including knowing scientific and the aspectossociais of the reality) to face the future realities. The challenges of the Biotica while to know that it joins specialists and laypeople, and of hospital Psychology while specialty to minimize the suffering of patients in a hospital context, pointing ways of ampler vision of the human being who we have and the world that we want. In this context Biotica and Psicologia they search to humanizar the hospital and to make possible to each patient a more active participation in relation proper itself, to its illness and also to its death. The patient is seen as subject of itself exactly, fomenting more horizontal quarrels with its 7 cuidadores, that also the interpersonal bonds are considered, sharing decisions and to know differentiated. A look more complex must be searched than the generalizante knowing of them bipartite for a possible free and tolerant conviviality with the differences. We look for to understand the process historical of each boarding stops conciliating in them of form not to repeat the errors already committed and to advance with more security in direction to the future. We know the difficult quo is the way of the dialogue and the search of consensus in questions that involve the life and the life, the death and dying, but valley to remember Lutzenmberg there when asked on why always it swam against the chain, what it answered: because thus one only arrives the springs.

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Asian Stimulating

Also it produces a diminution of the appetite. * Glucomanano Tubercle: The glucomanano konjac is extracted of the tubercle of an Asian plant called Amorphophallus. He is very rich in fiber, can absorb up to 100 times its weight in water, forming in the stomach a gel that brings about an immediate saciante effect. Its high fiber content facilitates the intestinal transit. *Jengibre (Zingiber officinale): He is very useful in cases of bad peripheral circulation and cramps associated to this ailment. * Guaran: He is stimulating, antioxidant, antiseptic, fortificante and reducer of the greasy cells. Its cafenico content accelerates the combustion of the greasy bodies and increases to the basal metabolism of the cells favoring the elimination of fats. It is, in addition, energizante.

* Hercampuri: It is an original plant of the Peruvian Mountain range, very used and recommended by his properties like hepatoprotector and reducer of the cholesterol. It acts like desintoxicante and diurtico, burning fire the fats regulating the metabolism. *Romero (Rosmarinus officinalis): It acts like stimulating of the circulation. * Hyssop: Stimulating digestive. It is used for dispepsias and variety of gastrointestinal upheavals. It contributes to one better digestion, making difficult the accumulation of greasy and toxic remainders. Its diurtica action decontaminates and its antispasmodic action diminishes the appetite sensation.

* Karaya: It has a saciante effect. * Marrubio: He is diurtico and desinflamante intestinal, also used for the stomach, the liver and the spleen. It eliminates flatulence. Their principles activate the secretion of the gastric juice and the bile, causing one more a more complete digestion with a smaller amount of greasy and toxic residues. * Mate: It owns a stimulating effect due to caffein, besides properties antioxidants and preservadoras of the organism. It is a purifying infusion that stimulates the combustion of fats. Its daily ingestion is able to regulate the appetite. * Ortosifn: It facilitates the renal and digestive functions.

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