Pentingnya Membuang Darah Kotor Agar Ginjal, Hati, dan Empedu Tidak Rusak

Limpa

Pentingnya darah kotor dikeluarkan dari tubuh di antaranya lewat bekam. Jika tidak, mereka bisa merusak bukan cuma ginjal, tapi juga empedu, hati, limpa, jantung, dsb.

Setiap detik diproduksi 2 juta sel darah merah. Darah merah ini hidup cuma selama 120 hari. Setelah itu mati dan menumpuk di hati atau limpa. Jika tidak dibuang, lama-lama sel darah merah yg mati, kolesterol, dsb yg secara ringkas disebut sebagai darah kotor akan merusak berbagai organ tubuh seperti jantung, ginjal, hati, empedu dsb.

Selasa 1 Mei 2018 saya bertemu dgn pak Adi (50 tahun). Meski rajin olahraga karena pelatih Tae Kwondo, namun sejak 4 tahun lalu hingga kini harus cuci darah. Ginjalnya rusak dan minuman ditakar. Cuci darah 2-3 x seminggu dgn lama 5 jam. Empedunya juga sudah diangkat karena rusak.

Tekanan darahnya tinggi hingga per 170 sampai2 tangannya bengkak tidak karuan karena pembuluh darahnya bengkak karena tekanan darah yg tinggi. Sampai-sampai dia pakai kain pengikat lengan agar tidak bengkak ke mana2. Namun alhamdulillah usai dibekam, dia lepas kain pengikat tsb.

Tekanan darah yang tinggi membuat dia minum obat untuk jantung 2 x sehari dan juga minum obat tekanan darah tinggi 2x sehari. Minum obat seperti makan permen. Padahal yang namanya obat pasti ada efek sampingnya. Jika diminum terlalu banyak dan terus menerus bisa merusak ginjal. Dgn cuci darah, ginjalnya terbukti sudah rusak. Bekam membantu membuang sebagian volume darah sehingga volumenya turun dan tekanan darah tidak terlalu tinggi. Tentu tak berapa lama, tubuh akan memproduksi darah baru lagi. Oleh sebab itu, bekam harus dilakukan secara rutin seperti cuci darah meski frekuensinya paling banter seminggu sekali.

Cobaan orang bermacam-macam.

 

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/07/160718132646.htm
How the body disposes of red blood cells, recycles iron
Accumulation and removal of aged or damaged cells found to take place mostly in the liver, rather than the spleen
Date: July 18, 2016
Source: Massachusetts General Hospital
Summary:
What happens when red blood cells become damaged or reach the end of their normal life span, and how is the iron required for carrying oxygen recycled? A new study contradicts previous thinking about where and how worn-out red blood cells are disposed of and their iron retained for use in new cells.

“Textbooks tell us that red blood cells are eliminated in the spleen by specialized macrophages that live in that organ, but our study shows that the liver — not the spleen — is the major on-demand site of red blood cell elimination and iron recycling,” says senior author Filip Swirski, PhD, of the MGH Center for Systems Biology. “In addition to identifying the liver as the primary site of these processes, we also identified a transient population of bone-marrow-derived immune cells as the recycling cells.”

The average life span of healthy red blood cells (RBCs) is 120 days, but that can be shortened in pathologic conditions including sepsis and in illnesses like sickle cell disease that interfere with normal production of RBCs. The cells also can become damaged during coronary bypass surgery or dialysis, and blood transfusions may contain RBCs that were damaged in the process of collection, storage and administration. Damaged RBCs can release unbound forms of iron-carrying hemoglobin, which can cause kidney injury, and can lead to anemia, reducing the delivery of oxygen to tissues.

Penyebab Batu Empedu (Gallstones) di antaranya adalah kolesterol yang membatu

https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/gallstones/symptoms-causes/syc-20354214

Types of gallstones
Types of gallstones that can form in the gallbladder include:

Cholesterol gallstones. The most common type of gallstone, called a cholesterol gallstone, often appears yellow in color. These gallstones are composed mainly of undissolved cholesterol, but may contain other components.
Pigment gallstones. These dark brown or black stones form when your bile contains too much bilirubin.

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