Ascension changes are occuring on all levels of your being.

During the ascension process changes are occuring on all levels of your being. Ascension is a completely natural universal evolutionary process. As one shifts in vibrational frequency and as their awareness expands, symptoms are experienced on the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual level. Your system is rebooting, being 'tuned up' or upgraded. Old patterns begin to fall away as one starts to embody much more light.

As one moves through the Ascension process there may be periods where the energy and symptoms become much more intense for several days or weeks at a time; then suddenly these symptoms may abruptly cease altogether for awhile, or symptoms may suddenly change or shift in intensity or frequency. The ascension experience is different for everyone and symptoms can vary according to one's individual degree of awareness, personal vibration, spiritual practice and even individual purpose on the planet.

Remember that not all of these symptoms may be due to the ascension process. Please follow your own inner guidance and consult a health care professional as needed. If you are experiencing a majority of these symptoms it is a good indication that you are experiencing the ascension process more fully or at an accelerated rate. For treating ascension symptoms, more holistic healing methods and natural remedies are always encouraged alongside any other necessary treatment and for overall long term health and healing benefits.

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Ascension is an entirely natural evolutionary process at work in the universe.

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Even where symptoms express themselves physically as part of the purification process, the underlying cause is still a need for the healing of one's consciousness, and this need can also increase in intensity, manifesting physical symptoms that are stronger than they were before.

Surviving the Physical Aches and Pains of Ascension

"You deserve so much more than what these small particles of fear want for you. You deserve to become one again, one with your spirit, one with All of creation, so do not be stopped in your tracks by these annyoing little speed bumps trying to set you off course. For the future is ever so much brighter than what these voices try to tell you. So keep breathing, and keep going, and know that you are not falling short in any way, even if you feel despair seeping in from all directions. " Surviving the Physical Aches and Pains of Ascension

Ricarda Schwarz studierte Medizin in Würzburg, wo sie auch ihre Promotion abschloss. Nach sehr vielseitigen Aufgaben in der medizinischen praktischen Ausbildung (PJ) in Flensburg, Hamburg und Neuseeland ist sie nun in der Neuroradiologie und Radiologie der Uniklinik Tübingen tätig.

Dieser Text entspricht den Vorgaben der ärztlichen Fachliteratur, medizinischen Leitlinien sowie aktuellen Studien und wurde von Medizinern geprüft.

Die Grippe (Influenza) ist eine schwere Atemwegserkrankung, die durch Viren hervorgerufen wird. Grippe ist sehr ansteckend. Besonders in den Wintermonaten erkranken viele Menschen. Oft wird aber eine einfache Erkältung als Grippe verkannt, obwohl die Unterschiede sehr groß sind. Lesen Sie hier, welche Symptome für eine Grippe typisch sind und wie Sie sich schützen können!

  • Symptome: plötzlich einsetzendes Fieber mit Schüttelfrost, Knochenschmerzen, Reizhusten, Halsschmerzen, Kopfschmerzen, manchmal Magen-Darm-Beschwerden
  • Ansteckung: über feinste Tröpfchen in der Atemluft, Berührung von kontaminierten Gegenständen und Flächen
  • Erreger: Influenza-A- und B-Viren, die sich schnell verändern können (daher kein bleibender Immunschutz)
  • Vorbeugung: Impfung (für Risikogruppen), Kontakt mit Infizierten meiden, regelmäßiges Händewaschen
  • Behandlung: nur symptomatisch mit Schmerz- und Fiebermedikamenten (Ibuprofen, Paracetamol), Bettruhe, viel trinken
  • Komplikationen:Lungenentzündung, Nasennebenhöhlenentzündung, Mittelohrentzündung, Herzmuskelentzündung, Hirnhautentzündung (Meningitis)

Wer mit Husten, Schnupfen und Fieber im Bett liegt, fragt sich häufig, ob ihn eine Grippe oder eine Erkältung (grippaler Infekt) plagt. Das wichtigste Unterscheidungskriterium: Während es einem bei einer Erkältung langsam schlechter geht, überfällt einen die Grippe schlagartig.

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Many people (not everyone!) who start a low carb diet experience what’s called the “keto flu” or the “induction flu” in the first few days while the body is adapting to burning ketones instead of glucose.

The basic symptoms are:

  • headaches
  • nausea
  • upset stomach
  • Lack of mental clarity (brain fog)
  • sleepiness
  • fatigue

It’s called the “keto flu” for a reason: you feel sick. I’ve gone through it, and it wasn’t a pleasant experience. Fortunately, it only lasted four days (2 of them were pretty bad) but then suddenly I woke up feeling much better, less hungry and my energy level was high and consistent throughout the day! While at one point (or three or four) I thought to myself: “what the serious F am I doing? I’m going to die!” but I plowed through it, and when it was over I didn’t regret a thing because what I gained mentally and physically was 100% worth it.

I have an autoimmune disease called Ankylosing Spondylitis, and Fibromyalgia to top it off. So, I’m no stranger to brain fog and fatigue, but the fatigue and brain fog that comes with keto flu is a little different, and feel much more like having the regular flu.

It depends. Some people don’t experience any symptoms at all, but some suffer anywhere from a day to a week. In rare cases up to 15 days. Everybody’s bodies are different, and some people handle switching over better than others. You might consider starting keto on the weekend or sometime when you’re able to get good rest deal with the symptoms.

For those of you that are going through the keto flu, don’t give up! I know you feel like it’s never going to get better but stick with it and you´ll be so happy you did! I’m telling you, waking up refreshed for the first time in years, not getting the afternoon “blah” feeling and stuffing my face with carbs to try to boost my energy is the best side effect of the lchf/keto diet I’ve experienced. Okay, losing weight while eating good food, feeling full and satisfied is great too 😉

How to lessen the symptoms of keto flu

First, you have to understand why your body is reacting this way. Your body’s been burning glucose for energy, so it’s full of enzymes that are waiting to deal with the carbs you eat (and probably store them as fat) reference. But now the body needs to make new enzymes that burn fat for fuel instead of carbs, and the transition period causes your flu-like symptoms. There are some things you can do to lessen the signs of the keto flu and to make it go away sooner (to force the body to transition sooner) Ok, let’s get to the significant part.

  • First of all – you’re probably dehydrated. Drink PLENTY of water while you’re on the keto diet. And then some more.
  • Watch your electrolytes. When the body is getting rid of excess insulin from your former carb-crazy diet, you´ll lose lots of fluids that your body has retained. This causes the rapid weight loss most people see in their first few days of ketosis, it’s mostly water, sorry. When you lose all the retained water you also lose electrolytes like sodium, magnesium and potassium. When you lack them, you´ll feel like crap. So, when you’re feeling ill on the keto flu try things like chicken/beef broth and look for foods rich in these minerals. Take a multi-vitamin and a multi-mineral. I have a hard time getting my electrolytes balance correct. But I try because it’s essential when you eat low carb. 5 grams of sodium, 1 of potassium and 0.3 of magnesium a day or you´ll feel bad. I don’t like taking pills, so I supplement with electrolyte tablets in my water. Usually, I go for the High5 brand and add lite salt that has extra potassium in it. You might think that drinking salt water doesn’t sound great, but honestly, I don’t notice it because of the electrolyte tabs. If you get leg cramps, try to drink bouillon for extra salt, and have a relaxing magnesium drink before bed.
  • Eat more fat – Yup, load up. Butter everything, bacon everything, eat fatty meats and put heavy cream in your coffee. The fat consumption will force your body to hurry up the transition. You´ll think this is crazy and think you´ll never get skinny eating this way, but you will.
  • Don’t overeat protein – The body can transform protein into glucose. So, if you eat too much of it in the first days it will slow down the transition. Go for fatty meat and cheese if you can, add fat to protein shakes etc. The first instinct when you’re on a diet might be to nibble on a chicken breast to lose weight. Don’t do that unless it’s smothered in cheese, wrapped with bacon and has some mayo on the side 🙂

tl;dr: Drink water, replenish electrolytes (sodium, magnesium, potassium) with food and supplements. Remember to drink broth, eat fat and not too much protein.

If you’re wondering if you’re in ketosis already, check out my article: Am I in ketosis?

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Treatment of infections can be through several different strategies.

Prevention of infections is difficult, if not impossible, if the intent is to avoid all possible sources of infection.

The cheapest, easiest, and most globally effective method for infection prevention is good hygiene.

Washing your hands frequently is perhaps the single most important measure to avoid more personal infections, and avoid transmission of harmful microorganisms to others.

Vaccination is another powerful method in avoiding infections. Vaccination programs have been effective in reducing many viral and bacterial microorganisms to the history books.

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Mono Symptoms:
Are you are looking for information related to mono symptoms, what are the symptoms of mono, symptoms of mononucleosis, mononucleosis symptoms or kissing disease then read on…

What is Mononucleosis?

Infectious Mononucleosis also known as Mono or Glandular Fever or “the kissing disease“, is a severe infection caused by Epstein Barr virus.

This cruel disease is commonly found in children as well as in young adults.

Is Mononucleosis Contagious?

Mono is a contagious disease and can easily be transmitted from an individual to another.

Moreover, the Epstein Barr virus has no noticeable symptoms and so it cannot be detected earlier and is considered as a common cold. This increases the development of mononucleosis and leads to various health related problems. Living under the threat of mononucleosis is really disgusting and miserable because the Epstein Barr virus has the ability to develop lifelong process in the human body. A person suffering from chronic mononucleosis only knows how devastating this disease is.

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If this is all part of the withdrawl, I will deal with it as well as all the other withdrawal symptoms. But this one hell of a ride I never want to experience again.

I have been taking Lexapro for about 10 years because I have depression. my doctor wants me so stop taking it and put me on something else because I now have I also have P.D.S.D now. do you know if I will go crazy and bring my self to the edge of suicide like I was before I was taking it.

My primary care doctor started me on 10mg Lexapro. I had numerous side effects, which included an intense hot flash in the first week or so of taking the medicine. I also had 3 itchy welts form on my chest region, the doctor told me to stop taking the Lexapro after I told him about the itchy welts. I felt tingling and electric type shocking throughout my body. I couldn't sleep well at times, and had some very intense scary thoughts and heightened sensation to commit suicide. After noticing the itchy welts, I decided to stop the Lexapro. It made me feel the way I hoped it would a good bit of the time, but it was not worth all the other feelings it induced. I cut back to 5mg for the last week to taper myself off, knowing that was the best way to stop meds. I told my doctor about the itchy welts after I dropped to the 5mg the last week, that's when he told me to stop taking the Lexapro. I said (knowing I already had begun that process) should I quit slowly, he said no, stop it immediately. I am afraid to take any medications these days, I have trouble with the trusting, especially considering the precarious side effects. I hope this was helpful in some small way.

I was recently switched from Prozac to lexapro. About three months. My dr recently upped my dose from 10mg to 20mg even after I told him how itchy and restless I've become. I am covered in hives daily. Feel like I can't relax and constantly shake my leg or foot.. Thought I was just crazy until reading these posts! I have literally scratched my arms legs and hands raw. Grrrrrrrr!! And the dreams are the worst to boot. Now reading about the withdrawal symptoms scares me. Facing a lot in my life soon and really need the extra help, but not sure what to do now.

I was on lexapro for about a year. It really helped my anxiety but the downside was I gained 25 pounds. I was constantly eating when I was not hungry and craving sweets. I had no energy to do anything and would come home from work and by go to the sofa. I finally decided I couldn't gain anymore weight and discussed it with my Dr. He advised I wean off of it gradually. I was on 20mg and instead of taking it every day I took it every other day for 3 weeks. Then I dropped it to 10 mg every other day for a week. I was ok for about 5 days. Then I started crying over nothing and getting irritable. Then it got worse. I was blowing up screaming at my husband over things that would normally not bother me. Having temper fits, throwing things, or sobbing over the least little stress. I have a long commute to work and road rage was scary. After a week of this I went back to Dr.and he put me on low dose of Welbutrin to be increased after 2 weeks. After a few days I started to calm down some. After 10 days I still cry easily and get irritated with any little stress but I am able to control myself.

I took 10mg of lexapro for 7 years for panic attacks.Except for 13 pounds of weight gain I felt great.

Six month ago I decided wean of to loose the weight.No problem!

I lost my excess weight within 3 weeks and felt great without any side effects.That lasted 4 month and when my brother died 2 month ago my panic attacks came back worse than ever.

After weeks of misery I am back on lexapro and feel good again.

I guess I will take it for the rest of my live.

After becoming rather sick I visited an urgent care facility where the doctor, without notifying her of my past diagnosis of depression and GAD, prescribed me a prescription of a months worth of 20mg Lexapro. I am newish to the area and have a hard time actually sitting down and doing things like finding a primary care physician or psychiatrist so I have neither at the moment sadly. After finally finding a doctor the earliest they can get me in is July, needless to say I can barely function around people. I am an emotional mess, I constantly get dizzy and the frequency of the brain zaps is almost debilitating. I have almost been getting random numbness and a needle like sensation throughout my left side of my body. I also haven't slept well in the past week since the end of my prescription. If I had known I wouldn't have been able to find a doctor with earlier openings I wouldn't have started taking it. This is ridiculous and I can barely function at work due to the withdrawals symptoms, which have also put a strain on my relationships with my significant other as well as my roommates.

I have been taking Lexapro 20 mg for about 9 years. I began experiencing extreme irritability, anger and frustration. My doctor began weaning me off and adding Zoloft. That didn't work. Now my doctor is taking me down to 10 mg every day and 100 Wellbutrin. The ringing in my head is horrible. It hasn't stopped for 2 weeks. Has anyone else experienced this withdrawal symptom?

I have been on lexapro for about 6 months and had to quit cold turkey due to financial reasons and this is a complete NIGHTMARE! I have had brain zaps that feel like electricity running through my head, then a sensation of the breath being sucked out of me which in turn cause my lips to start tingling and this is just the tip of the iceberg. When these symptoms started they brought on what my neurologist is now calling a complicated migraine and when I get one of those I sometimes don't know who my family is during it and I develop aphasia which is all really scary. This has been going on since Father's Day. I am about to loose my mind! I really don't know how much more I can take.

When my doctor first prescribed Lexapro for me, I thought I had died and went to heaven; it really worked well for me (helped to alleviate depression and anxiety). After taking it for approximately 10 years ranging from 10 mg to 30 mg daily doses depending on a variety of life stressors, I was tired of trying to wean myself from the 30 mg doses. My doctor told me to decrease my dose from 20 to 10 mg for two weeks and then start 10 mg of Wellbutrin twice a day. The withdrawal symptoms which can be described as flu-like symptoms; dizziness, nausea, etc are awful but every so often the dizziness is accompanied by a whooshy/buzzing sensation in my head. Sometimes I need to sit down so I don't lose my balance. Based on what others have written on this blog, it seems it may have a few more months to suffer through before this hopefully better even though I have since I started taking the Wellbutrin. If anything, misery loves company and I feel less alone knowing that I am not the only one who is being tormented/tortured with these symptoms.

I feel for all you folks.I went in for a stress test and they found a lower heart beating. My Cadriologist told me to stop the lexipro immediately so its been a week and I have crazy headaches and moments of dizziness with some irratability. I wish you all the best and hope you find the answers and comfort you are looking for

I recently stopped taking lexapro, most likely two weeks ago. I have noticed a huge shift in my weight. I have gained about 10 pounds. Could this be a discontinuation side effect of the meds?

I was taking 5mg of Lexapro for over 2 years for horrible perimenopause symptoms. I tapered very slowly and have been off a month today. For almost two weeks I have never felt worse in my life. My anxiety is through the roof! I have constant hot flashes and terrible insomnia. My appetite is gone too. While on Lexapro, I gained weight and was hungry often. This is a horrible way to live. How long will this last? My husband says that my dose was so low that I could not possibly be affected by withdrawal symptoms. But, why do I feel so terrible when I have never felt this way before? I was on the drug for over 2 years. Any help is so appreciated.

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The role of iodine at these other sites are not fully known although the iodine found in the mammary glands is believed to be important to the growth of babies and fetuses.

Humans get iodine chiefly from diet. It can be obtained from plants grown in soils rich in the element. However, soils lose their iodine stores the longer they are farmed.

Seafood is a major dietary source of iodine. Of seafood, kelp is the richest in iodine and the high amount of kelp consumed by Japanese is responsible for the low rate of hypothyroidism in the country.

Besides plants and seafood, most people obtain iodine from iodized salts.

Iodized salts are fortified with iodine and they serve as the major source of this essential, trace element for most people.

The recommended daily dietary intake of iodine is 150 micrograms for adults. However, pregnant women require 220 micrograms and lactating women should get 290 micrograms per day. 90 – 130 micrograms per day is the amount of iodine recommended for children while infants need 110 – 130 micrograms.

The upper tolerable limit of daily iodine intake is 1,100 micrograms for adults.

The average adult actually only needs 70 micrograms per day to produce thyroid hormones. The rest of the daily dietary intake is required for the optimal functioning of the other tissues and organs where iodine is also found in the body.

Maintaining the right balance of iodine is important because too high and too low iodine levels can cause serious harm to the body.

When there is little iodine in the body, the thyroid reduces the number of thyroid hormones produced.

Therefore, iodine deficiency can lead to hypothyroidism. On the other hand, too much iodine may cause hyperthyroidism since the production of thyroid hormones is not slowed down even after optimal levels are attained.

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Idiopathic inflammatory myopathies. For polymyositis and dermatomyositis, doctors usually begin treatment with a corticosteroid drug, such as prednisone (sold as a generic) or methylprednisolone (Solu-Medrol, others). If this fails, methotrexate (Rheumatrex) or azathioprine (Imuran) may be added. Intravenous immunoglobulin (an injection of antibodies collected from blood donors) may be effective in cases that fail these other treatments. Other immunosuppressant medications may be recommended to treat dermatomyositis and polymyositis, including cyclosporine, rituximab, mycophenolate mofetil or cyclophosphamide. Unfortunately, there is no reliably effective treatment for inclusion body myositis, although corticosteroid treatment and immunosuppressive therapies (as with polymyositis and dermatomyositis) are often tried for at least several months. If treatment is effective, ongoing therapy may improve strength or prevent worsening weakness.

Infectious myositis. If you have the flu, you should rest in bed and drink plenty of fluids. You also can take nonprescription medicines for fever and muscle aches. If you have trichinosis, your doctor may treat you with mebendazole (Vermox) or albendazole (Albenza), antibiotic drugs that kill the trichinosis parasites. In addition, you should rest and take nonprescription drugs for pain. Your doctor may also prescribe prednisone to reduce inflammation associated with the infection. For pyomyositis, your doctor may recommend drainage of the abscess by making an incision or by inserting a needle. In addition, he or she will prescribe antibiotics to fight the infection.

Benign acute myositis. Your child's doctor will prescribe medication for pain. No other treatment is necessary, because the illness usually gets much better within a few days.

Myositis ossificans. Your doctor may wait to see whether the bony lump disappears on its own. If it doesn't, he or she may recommend surgery to remove the lump.

Drug-induced myositis. Your doctor will discontinue any medication thought to be causing myositis. Medications called corticosteroids may help you to recover faster.

Make an appointment to see your doctor if you have:

Muscle weakness that doesn't go away

A red or purple rash on your face that doesn't go away or scaly patches on your knuckles

Muscle aches that don't go away with rest and nonprescription pain medication

A lump in any muscle, especially if you also have a fever or other symptoms

Muscle pain and weakness that begin after you start taking a new medication

Call your doctor immediately if:

You have a fever together with muscle pain and weakness

You have a muscle that becomes hot, painful, swollen and stiff

Your child complains of severe leg pain and has trouble walking

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    The severity of symptoms varies from one person to another and depends on two factors: how much or little enzymes a person produces; and on the quantity of food consumed.

    The easiest test for a food intolerance is to remove the food from your diet for at least two weeks, see if symptoms improve and then try reintroducing the food (one by one). If symptoms return, an intolerance is likely.

    Lactose intolerance can be tested far more thoroughly using a lactose tolerance test, a hydrogen breath test and a stool acidity test. Your doctor can arrange these and other food intolerance tests if necessary.

    Food intolerance can be managed simply by cutting the food out of your diet. Babies or younger children with a lactose intolerance can be given soya milk instead of cow's milk. Adults may be able to tolerate small amounts of troublesome foods, so may need to experiment to work out what they can eat.

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    An enzyme is a protein that binds itself to a substance and converts it into another substance or smaller substances. Unless proteins, fats and carbohydrates (sugars) are converted into absorbable components they will remain in the digestive track leading to unpleasant symptoms as a result of their consumption by the bacteria living in our guts. The following table gives a glance for what each enzyme does and where it is produced/found:

    Opiate withdrawal refers to a wide range of symptoms that can occur once opioid intake is interrupted or reduced. The amount, length and intensity of the symptoms vary from person to person. For some individuals, it can be a natural process, and for others, withdrawal can be severe. Opiate withdrawal occurs because it takes time for the body to regulate to no longer having the drug in the system.

    An opioid is synthetic narcotic works similarly to naturally occurring opiates. These opiate-like substances bind to the opioid receptor sites in the brain, spinal cord, and gastrointestinal tract. Once the drugs attach to these receptor sites, they immediately exert their effects. The brain manufactures its own opioids which are responsible for a host of physical responses. Some of these reactions are the decrease of pain, a slower respiratory rate, and sometimes even used to control anxiety or depression. However, the body does not produce the number of opioids needed to manage high levels of pain. Taking prescription or illicit opioids can reduce adverse effects caused by pain, but with an array of dangerous side-effects.

    Opiate withdrawal symptoms can be harsh to surpass if not correctly treated. The fear of going through withdrawal is what keeps many people dependent upon drugs like Heroin and Oxycodone. They don’t want to stop using opiates because they fear a return of pain and withdrawal symptoms that can resemble the worst imaginable flu. Symptoms can affect the individual both physically and emotionally.

    An important fact to keep in mind is that different opioids remain in your system for various lengths of time what can affect the withdrawal syndrome onset. The amount of time your symptoms last depends on a combination of factors including frequency and amount of the use, length of the addiction, as well as individual factors like your health and emotional status.

    Opiate withdrawal symptoms can include

    • Strong cravings
    • Nausea
    • Cramps
    • Sweating
    • Chills
    • Goosebumps
    • Vomiting
    • Diarrhea
    • Shakes
    • Irritation
    • Agitation
    • Anxiety
    • Muscle aches
    • A runny nose
    • Yawning
    • Insomnia
    • Dilated pupils.

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    Eine Influenza Viruserkrankung sollte aber immer behandelt werden, da besonders ältere Menschen, Kinder und Menschen mit chronischen Atemwegsbeschwerden sehr anfällig für die verschiedenen Symptome sind und diese bei einer nicht Behandlung, wenn auch sehr selten durchaus tödlich enden können.

    Wie bei fast allen Virus Infektionen, kann man auch der Influenza Viruserkrankung vorbeugen.An erster Stelle steht bei den vorbeugenden Maßnahmen zur Verhinderung einer Ansteckung mit dem Influenza Virus die Grippe Impfung, diese wird vor der Grippesaison von vielen Ärzten im Oktober und November angekündigt und ausgeführt. Die Kosten für die Grippe Impfungen werden von den deutschen Krankenkassen übernommen. Eine Grippe Impfung ist sehr sinnvoll, auch wenn sie leider keine 100% Sicherheit bietet, da besonders der Influenza A Virus sehr wandelbar ist und eine Impfung zur Unterstützung des Immunsystems auch jedes Jahr aufgefrischt werden sollte.

    Auch eine ausgeprägte Hygiene während der Grippesaison sollte erfolgen, besonders direkten Kontakt mit Infizierten Personen sollte man vermeiden, und wenn man selbst betroffen ist, kann es sehr hilfreich sein einen Mundschutz zu tragen und sich regelmäßig seine Hände zu desinfizieren, diese Maßnahmen können eine Verbreitung des Influenza Virus verhindern und andere Personen vor einer Ansteckung schützen. Als unterstützende Maßnahme kann man sein Immunsystem durch die Einnahme von Vitamin Präparaten stärken. Besonders empfehlenswert ist die Einnahme von Vitamin D.

    Eine Influenza Erkrankung ist keine Seltenheit im Winter und Frühjahr - zwischen zwei und zehn Millionen Menschen erkranken pro Jahr im Schnitt an der Grippe. Was eine echte Grippe überhaupt ist, wodurch Sie verursacht wird, die Symptome sowie Schutzmaßnahmen werden in unserem Ratgeber für Sie erklärt.

    Die Influenza, auch Grippe genannt, ist eine akut auftretende, hoch ansteckende Infektionskrankheit, die durch Influenzaviren verursacht wird. Der größte Unterschied zwischen einer Erkältung (grippaler Infekt), welche uns Menschen im Schnitt zwei- bis dreimal im Jahr trifft, und einer Influenza sind die Viren. Eine Influenza, zu deutsch Grippe, kann nur durch die sogenannten Influenza-Viren ausgelöst werden. Eine Erkältung hingegen kann von bis zu 200 verschiedenen Viren hervorgerufen werden. Auch in ihrer Intensität und Dauer unterscheiden sich Erkältung und Grippe deutlich. Die Erkältung kommt schleichend und dauert in der Regel neun Tage (3 Tage kommt sie, 3 Tage bleibt sie, 3 Tage geht sie), wohingegen die Grippe bis zu zwei Wochen mit Symptomen präsent sein kann.

    Bei einer Grippe sollten Sie umgehend einen Arzt aufsuchen. Die ärztliche Behandlung der Grippe besteht zunächst vor allem darin, die Symptome zu lindern. Sollten Sie einer Risikogruppe angehören, so kann Ihnen der Arzt sogenannte Neuraminidase-Hemmer verabreichen. Diese blockieren das Enzym Neuraminidase und reduzieren so die Vermehrung der Viren. Als Risikogruppe gelten Kinder, Schwangere, Patienten mit Abwehrschwäche und ältere Menschen. Überdies sollten Sie sich schonen und Bettruhe einhalten, bis die Krankheit vollständig überstanden ist. Erst wenn Sie wieder vollständig gesund sind, sollten Sie an Ihren Arbeitsplatz zurückkehren. Dies gilt insbesondere, wenn Sie dort Kontakt mit anderen Menschen haben.

    Die Grippe kann durch drei verschiedene Virus-Typen verursacht werden: Typ A, Typ B und Typ C. Für Menschen sind die Typen A und B von besonderer Bedeutung, wovon das Influenza A Virus am häufigsten zur Grippe führt. Vor allem dadurch, dass die genetischen Eigenschaften des Influenza A Viruses leicht veränderbar sind, kommt es in jedem Jahr zu neuen Varianten. So ist es uns Menschen nicht möglich Antikörper zu entwickeln, die uns auch im Folgejahr vor einer Erkrankung schützen. Das Influenza A Virus verursacht starke Beschwerden und breitet sich regelmäßig epidemisch oder pandemisch aus. Außerdem ist die Influenza A der einzige Typ, der auch andere Säugetiere und Vögel infizieren kann. Varianten des Influenza A Viruses sind auch die “Schweinegrippe” und die “Vogelgrippe”. Der Influenza Typ C kommt hingegen weniger oft vor und verläuft in den meisten Fällen auch weniger stark als die anderen beiden Grippe-Typen. Die typischen Symptome dieses Typs sind die einer gewöhnlichen Erkältung. Auch entwickeln die meisten Menschen bereits als Kind Antikörper gegen den Typ C.

    Die Grippewelle beginnt meistens um den Jahreswechsel herum und dauert typischerweise drei bis vier Monate an. Warum jedoch die Grippefälle in den Wintermonaten höher sind, ist aktuell noch unklar. Das RKI (Robert-Koch-Institut) vermutet jedoch, dass sich die Grippeviren in kalten Temperaturen und bei trockener Luft (Heizungsluft) außerhalb ihres Wirts am wohlsten fühlen. Vor allem dann befällt das Virus neue Wirte und gelangt in die menschliche Atemschleimhaut. Eine Infektion ist prinzipiell jedoch das ganze Jahr über möglich. Das Risiko an einer Grippe zu erkranken ist jedes Jahr unterschiedlich hoch und variiert auch nach Region. Um zu herauszufinden, ob Sie in einem Gebiet mit erhöhtem Gripperisiko wohnen, können Sie die Website zur Arbeitsgemeinschaft Influenza des Robert-Koch-Institutes Robert-Koch-Institutes aufrufen. Dazu genügt es oft schon wenn Sie das Stichwort “rki influenza” bei einer Suchmaschine Ihrer Wahl eingeben. Wie groß die Welle der Influenza 2018 wird, ist noch abzuwarten.

    Haemophilus influenzae, also Influenza B, ist der zweithäufigste Influenza Typ. Dieser kommt nur bei Menschen vor und nennt sich Bakterium Haemophilus Influenzae Typ B. Dieser Grippe Typ benötigt Blut um sich in seinem Wirt zu vermehren. Auch hier ist der Übertragungsweg, wie bei der Influenza A, die Tröpfchen- und Kontaktinfektion. Insbesondere Kleinkinder und Babies bis fünf Jahren erkranken oft und schwer. Bei Kindern und Jugendlichen fällt die Krankheit oft weniger stark aus und gilt als ungefährlicher als Influenza A. Aus einer Erkältung kann übrigens kein Grippevirus werden. Jedoch kann durch eine vorangegangene Erkältung eine Grippeerkrankung begünstigt werden, da das Immunsystem schwächer ist und so leichter von Grippe Viren befallen werden kann.

    Die Inkubationszeit der Influenza, also die Zeit zwischen Ansteckung bis zum Ausbruch der Krankheit, liegt bei etwa ein bis fünf Tagen. Die genaue Inkubationszeit hängt von dem Zustand des Immunsystems der betroffenen Person ab. In der Influenza-Inkubationszeit kann ein Betroffener bereits weitere Personen anstecken, weswegen er bereits bei den ersten akuten Symptomen Zuhause bleiben sollte. Dadurch, dass eine Grippe plötzlich ausbricht, sollte man bei einer Grippewelle generell Körperkontakt, wie zum Beispiel Händeschütteln vermeiden. Denn ein Betroffener könnte bereits infiziert sein oder sich noch in der Influenza-Inkubationszeit befinden. Ansteckend bleibt der Betroffene noch bis zu einer Woche nach auftreten der erste Grippe Krankheitszeichen. Die Ansteckung anderer erfolgt, wie auch bei einer Erkältung, über die sogenannte Tröpfcheninfektion. Das bedeutet, dass durch Sprechen, Husten oder Niesen Viren in die Luft gelangen und so von anderen eingeatmet werden. Außerdem kann sich das Influenza Virus an Gegenstände festsetzen (“Kontaktinfektion”). Vor allem Türklinken und öffentliche Gegenstände sind hier im Visier. Wer mit den Händen nun betroffene Gegenstände berührt und anschließend Kontakt mit den Schleimhäuten, zum Beispiel Mund, Nase oder Augen hat, kann sich schnell mit der Grippe anstecken.

    Hat man sich mit Influenza-Viren angesteckt, beginnt die Grippe fast immer akut und schlagartig mit hohem Fieber. Auch Abgeschlagenheit, Schüttelfrost sowie Kopf- und Gliederschmerzen gehört zu den typischen Symptomen dazu. Der weitere Verlauf der Grippe gestaltet sich typischerweise mit

    • Fieber von 38,5 Grad und mehr
    • Übelkeit und Kreislaufbeschwerden
    • Frösteln, Kopf-, Muskel- und Gliederschmerzen
    • Schwäche und Müdigkeit
    • Schluckbeschwerden und Halsschmerzen
    • Lichtempfindlichkeit und Augenbrennen
    • Festsitzendem, trockenem Husten mit zähem Schleim

    Nach der anfänglichen, akuten Phase folgt dann eine längere Phase der Besserung, die oft von lang andauerndem Reizhusten gekennzeichnet ist. Dieser langgezogene Verlauf schwächt Körper und Immunsystem oft so stark, dass der Organismus in dieser Zeit leicht von anderen Infektionen befallen werden kann. In Extremfällen ist Influenza B besonders gefährlich, da es dabei auch zu einer gefährlichen Hirnhautentzündung (Meningitis) oder Lungenentzündung kommen kann. Wie “stark” die Grippe bei einem Menschen ausfällt und wie lange die Influenza dauert, hängt insbesondere von dem Immunsystem des Menschen ab. Menschen mit einem guten Immunsystem sind eher wieder fit als welche mit bereits geschwächten Systemen. Außerdem spielt der Typ der Grippe eine Rolle. Influenza A ist in den meisten Fällen der Stärkste, gefolgt von der Grippe Typ B.

    Sie können vorbeugend eine Influenza-Impfung durchführen lassen. Optimalerweise erfolgt die Grippeschutzimpfung von September bis November. Bei einer akut auftretenden Grippewelle nach November kann die Impfung auch zu einem späteren Zeitpunkt noch sinnvoll sein. Man sollte sich übrigens jedes Jahr neu impfen lassen, um sich vor der Grippe zu schützen, da sich das Influenzavirus jährlich ändert. Durch eine Influenza-Impfung sind Sie nur gegen einen bestimmten Typ von Influenza Virus immun.
    Es werden zwei verschiedene Grippeschutzimpfungen angeboten und vom Robert-Koch-Institut (Impfkommission) für verschiedene Gesellschaftsgruppen empfohlen.

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    On peut expliquer cela par le fait que le système immunitaire faiblit naturellement avec l’âge. Ce phénomène, appelé l’immunosénescence, rend aussi les personnes âgées moins réactives à la dose standard † du vaccin contre l’influenza 1.

    Les adultes de plus de 65 ans représentent 15 % de la population générale 5. Pendant la saison grippale de 2014-2015, les personnes âgées représentaient environ 70 % des hospitalisations liées à l’influenza et environ 90 % des décès liés à l’influenza 2. De plus, on estime que 12 000 hospitalisations et 3 500 décès attribuables à l’influenza surviennent au Canada chaque année – tous groupes d’âge confondus – et que les cas sont souvent sous-rapportés 3. De surcroît, la grippe peut déclencher des affections, comme des accidents vasculaires cérébraux et des crises cardiaques 3,6-8, ou aggraver le diabète et les maladies rénales 3,9-10.

    Les résultats d’une étude rétrospective menée dans un foyer de soins aux États-Unis montrent que l’influenza a une incidence négative significative sur l’état fonctionnel des personnes âgées et qu’elle a été associée à un déclin dans les activités de la vie quotidienne (AVQ) 11*.

    * FLUZONE MD Haute dose n’est pas indiqué pour la prévention de la mortalité, de l’hospitalisation ou des complications associées à l’influenza, comme le déclin dans les activités de la vie quotidienne (AVQ), dans l’autonomie ou dans la qualité de vie ou de la morbidité attribuable à l’influenza et la mortalité associée aux accidents vasculaires cérébraux, aux crises cardiaques, aux maladies rénales et au diabète.

    En 2014-2015, LES CANADIENS de 65 ANS ET PLUS représentaient:

    des hospitalisations liées à l’influenza 2

    des décès liés à l’influenza 2

    Le Comité consultatif national de l’immunisation (CCNI) du Canada considère que les adultes de plus de 65 ans sont exposés à un risque élevé de complications ou d’hospitalisation liées à l’influenza et recommande la vaccination annuelle de toutes les personnes âgées contre l’influenza 3.

    Il a été démontré que le vaccin FLUZONE MD Haute dose contre l’influenza est plus efficace chez les personnes âgées que FLUZONE MD†, notre vaccin à dose standard contre l’influenza 12.

    Le vaccin FLUZONE MD Haute dose s’est révélé d’une efficacité supérieure à celle de
    FLUZONE MD à dose standard † pour la prévention de l’influenza confirmée en laboratoire. Dans le cadre d’un important essai clinique multicentrique (mené aux États-Unis et au Canada),FLUZONE MD Haute dose s’est avéré d’une efficacité relative supérieure de 24,2 % (IC à 95 %: 9,7-36,5) pour la prévention de maladies de type grippal attribuables à tout type ou sous-type de virus. Les taux d’attaque des maladies de type grippal confirmées en laboratoire (critères d’évaluation principaux) ont été de 1,43 % pour le groupe FLUZONE MD Haute dose et de 1,89 % pour le groupe FLUZONE MD†1 **.

    Bien qu’il ne soit offert au Canada que depuis 2015, FLUZONE MD Haute dose n’est pas un nouveau produit. Il est offert aux États-Unis depuis 2009, où plus de 90 millions de doses ont été administrées à ce jour 13.

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