Zahngesundheit und Leistungsfähigkeit: Ein Ratgeber für Ärzte, chronisch Kranke und Spitzensportler (German Edition) (Original PDF from Publisher)
By Meinhard Vintler
Our teeth can quickly become a garbage dump in the body if they are not cared for properly. Foreign materials, infected teeth and problematic dental and orthodontic treatments affect the body and are jointly responsible for the development of chronic diseases and poor performance.
The book deals in-depth with the connection between dental health and performance and explains in a way that the latest laboratory and systems medicine research contributes to improving the diagnosis and treatment of both chronic and sports diseases in a way that is understandable for laypeople. Both groups of patients share the same problem: previously undiscovered stressors, which differ individually but are very similar in their effects, block the regeneration processes in the body. The new therapeutic approaches are of great interest to professional athletes, since performance increases can be achieved, which can be decisive even in the blood alcohol range. Chronically ill patients experience an unexpected improvement in their symptoms through systemic treatment that essentially involves the teeth.
This book aims to make it clear how profoundly the latest findings can change medical practice. It is aimed at medical professionals from all disciplines who want to expand their awareness of connections in the organism. But also athletes and their supervisors in training, management and physiotherapy are addressed as well as parents of sports talents and last but not least everyone who suffers from a chronic illness and for whom alternative medical approaches are often the only glimmer of hope.
- Publisher : Springer; 1st edition 2021 edition (December 4, 2021)
- Language : German
- Paperback : 143 pages
- ISBN-10 : 3662636689
- ISBN-13 : 978-3662636688
- ISBN-13 : 9783662636688
- eText ISBN: 9783662636695