Heart and Circulatory System

Circulation and poor bloodstream are a growing problem for much of the world’s population (1). Too little exercise and an increasingly faster and simpler lifestyle prevent the body from getting rid of accumulated toxins. Toxins accumulate through food, air, and in various other ways. Inadequate nutrition causes most chronic diseases, especially vascular diseases.

The medical community has only recently realized that the main problem regarding the heart and circulatory system is inflammation. Inflammation can affect the entire system, all tissues, blood and erode all organs. If this happens, the weakest system is broken first. LDL, the so-called “bad cholesterol”, can be seen as a patch by which the body fixes small cracks in the walls of arteries. When the artery walls crack, the cracks are covered by LDL (1,2). It is the onset of coronary artery disease that can result in a heart attack or a heart bypass surgery. In the new approach to cardiovascular diseases, it is extremely important to understand the problem of poisoning. Inflammation is the hidden reason why cholesterol builds up in the arteries, forming a plaque that bursts over time and forms clots that lead to a heart attack (1,3). BICOM treatments target the sources and toxins themselves, and the circulation improves accordingly. Along with the treatments, it is necessary to change the lifestyle and diet to prevent the return of the problem in the future.

High blood pressure is the result of a poor condition of blood vessels whose narrowed lumen prevents unimpeded bloodstream (4). Toxins in this condition have an even more adverse effect on the body and a person feels worse. High blood pressure can also lead to dizziness and weakness (5). BICOM treatment helps the body to get rid of toxins. This has a positive effect on blood pressure and returns the body to its optimal level. A change in lifestyle and habits is mandatory.

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  3. Analyze causes and results of VNG examinations in patients with vertigo and balance disorders in the private ENT practice, 2019, Laura Polaczkiewicz, Jurek Olszewski

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