Orthomolecular Medicine

Dr. med. Nazif Tsvetkov specialist in gynaecology and obstetrics orthomolecular medicine is today from getting more doctors of different disciplines supported and practiced. The possibilities are manifold. The concentrated dose of micronutrients is used in cancer therapy, for the treatment of diabetes patients, in sports medicine, and also in the women’s health for years. Gynecologist Dr.

Sonnhild Zwetkow gives an overview of the possibilities of orthomolecular medicine. Orthomolecular Medicine includes the disease prevention and treatment by means of concentrated nutrients. These have important functions within a healthy metabolism and ensure a variety of processes in the body. A comprehensive and sufficient supply of the 40 most important micro-nutrients (vitamins, minerals, trace elements, fatty acids) that provides the basis for a healthy body. Is this sufficient and complete supply today due to unhealthy Eating habits and low quality of food not readily given. The resulting nutrient undersupply can cause severe diseases in the long term. Orthomolecular Medicine complements the classical medicine and is used, where the imbalance is a result of a pre-existing disease or where diseases are caused or facilitated through an unbalanced nutrient budget in such cases.

So, there is evidence that diabetes can be prevented side effects by taking high-dose vitamin C. Also in the modern cancer therapy concentrated vitamin C is used to improve general health. For pregnant women, the trace elements magnesium plays an important role. The common hyperexcitability of the uterus can be alleviated through the intake of magnesium. Due to its laxative effect, it also helps pregnancy-induced constipation. For calf cramps, it is recommended not only during pregnancy. Hair loss, which is not genetic or due to disorders of hormone metabolism, is successfully treated for years by (biotin), vitamin B and zinc. Also, folic acid, vitamin A and iron are, depending on the cause, used. Orthomolecular Medicine offers gentle supplement options to proven traditional medicine. However, since a variety of complementary food preparations in Germany is free for sale, taking concentrated nutrients should be clarified with a doctor, to prevent possible damage from overdose. Dr. Sonnhild Zwetkow advise patients about the need for and the benefits of dietary supplements.

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