Physiotherapy (gr. physis-nature, therapeia-treatment) – the branch of medicine that studies the physiological and therapeutic action of natural and artificially created physical factors and develops methods of their use for prophylactic and therapeutic purposes.
Age peculiarities of application of physiotherapy in the treatment of children
Armed with doctors thousands of drugs that have great benefit in the treatment of many diseases, but many pros almost all medications can have adverse side effects. In relation to children, first and foremost, about allergic reactions – unwanted reactions, particularly, can cause antibiotics, anti-inflammatories and some other drugs.
Treatment treatment is based on medical influence of physical factors (air, water, sun, exercise) on the body, which not only do not cause allergic reactions in most cases, but they have a pronounced anti-allergic action. The only exceptions are the pulmonary and electrophoresis of medicinal substances. When properly selected treatment even if these treatments risk of allergic reaction is minimal. Continue reading
BlackBerry is a shrub of the family Rosaceae, with a height of 1-3 m. Stems erect or overhanging arcuate, angular, straight-lined or forward curved blades. The leaves are pinnate, with 3-5 leaves. The flowers are white or pink, collected paniculate at the ends of branches. The fruits of difficult shiny black drupes. Blossoms in may June, fruits in June — July. Good nectariferous. Widespread almost throughout Europe. Cultivated in America. It grows wild along river banks, moist forests.
Used Mature fruits and young leaves. The leaves are harvested during flowering, fruit – as they Mature. Fruits have sour-sweet, leaves a bitter taste. The smell is weak.
Chemical composition. In the fruit found glucose (2,88%), fructose (3,12-3,24%), sucrose (0,35—0,58%), ascorbic acid (15-18 mg %), carotene (up to 220 KE 100 g fruit), vitamin E, organic acids (2.2%), tannic and aromatic substances In the leaves found ascorbic acid (80-271 mg %), in seeds — a fatty oil (12.9 percent). Continue reading