The gallbladder is a small pear-shaped sac that is located under the liver in the upper right section of the abdomen. Its main job is to store a greenish-yellow liquid called bile that is made by the liver. Bile plays an important role in the digestion of fats. The liver sends bile to the gallbladder which is normally a smooth process. However, when bile ducts are blocked or there is an issue with the gallbladder, the upper right side of your belly may hurt.
The most common gallbladder problem that most people experience is gallstones. These are small, hardened lumps that form in the gallbladder. Gallstones can be tiny specks or the size of a golf ball. If they get big enough, these stones can block bile from flowing out. That can lead to a gallstone attack, a sudden pain in the upper right part of your belly.
Most common gallbladder problem is the formation of gallstones. Gallstones are usually very small but they can grow bigger to the size of a golf ball. Most gallstones are formed from cholesterol found in the gallbladder’s bile. Some people develop only one gallstone, while others develop several. As the gallstones grow in size, they can begin to block the channels that lead out of the gallbladder. The pain can be mild to severe, and can sometimes be felt in other areas of the body, like the back and chest. Another sign that you are having gallbladder problems is when you have chronic diarrhea. If you are having more bowel movements during the day than what is normal. If this continues for several months, it can be a sign that there is a bigger problem – chronic gallbladder disease. In addition, a change in color in your stool or urine is another sign of a gallbladder issue. If you experience a lighter-colored stool or dark urine, this is a sign of a bile duct blockage. Chronic gallbladder disease can result in digestive issues, such as bloating, cramping, abdominal pain, excessive wind, nausea and vomiting. An infection of the gallbladder can result in an unexplained fever or chills. Infections can be dangerous, so it’s important to seek treatment before the infection spreads to other parts of the body. An additional sign of a bile duct block or stone is jaundice, or yellow-tinted skin. At HijamaEnergetics, we use natural remedies to clean the bile ducts also to soften and dissolve gallstones safely. Also, the use of microcurrent therapy and hijama have been proven to help gallbladder problems.
HijamaEnergetics for Gallbladder Health
We utilize natural remedies and treatments for improving your gallbladder health. Herbs such as dandelion, milk thistle and psyllium husk are highly beneficial to cleaning out the bile ducts. We also utilize hijama, microcurrent therapy and bioenergetics remedies for the gallbladder. If you have any of the signs of gallbladder problems, contact us for assistance.
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