Polysorb for alcohol and food poisoning

With food poisoning, the most important thing is timely and qualified help to a person. Gastric lavage is effective only in the first minutes after consuming poor-quality or openly poisonous food, and then it descends into the intestine, where the absorption of harmful substances takes place. To prevent it under the power of enterosorbents, and "Polysorb" in poisoning is considered one of the most effective drugs of such a plan.

Emergency help with poisoning

Poisoning by food and toxic substances is a stance in medical statistics, which is growing day by day. And this is especially unpleasant, because intoxication of the body is considered a very dangerous phenomenon, and its consequences can be disruptions in the work of different organs, and in some particularly severe cases even the death of the victim. The earlier a person is treated, the less harmful substances remain in the body and will harm his work.

Typical symptoms of poisoning are severe nausea with attacks of vomiting, diarrhea (frequent loose stool with inclusions of lumps of undigested food), spasmodic pains and abdominal discomfort, general weakness, dizziness. With severe poisoning, chills and fever appear, while body temperature can rise to 40 degrees.

The temperature of poisoning, as in any infectious pathology, is a unique protective reaction of the patient's body. And there is an explanation for this. First, thus creating conditions that are unsuitable for life and reproduction of microbes (and they usually make poor-quality food namely: staphylococcus, salmonella, dysentery and Escherichia coli, etc.). Secondly, at a high temperature, the metabolism is accelerated, sweating is intensified, and hence the elimination of toxins contained in the products and produced by bacteria in the process of their vital activity. But if the temperature rises above 38 degrees and badly affects the patient's condition, it will have to be fought with.

Treatment of poisoning in the home should always begin with the lavage of the stomach, regardless of whether there are sorbents in the house. To do this, people are given to drink more than 1 liter of clean warm water, a light pink solution of potassium permanganate, a weak soda or saline solution. Then pressing on the root of the tongue is caused by vomiting. The gag reflex is for this purpose intended to naturally cleanse the stomach of harmful and toxic substances that have got into it, but alas, it does not always work, so it must be induced artificially.

However, after a lapse of two or more hours, gastric lavage is already inadvisable. During this time, food has time to descend into the intestine and partially suck in the blood, which will be indicated by increased nausea, weakness and the appearance of headaches.

After the stomach is cleaned as much as possible, it is necessary to take enterosorbents, any available in the house. It can be a popular budget option in the form of "Activated Coal" (at the rate of 1 tablet per 10 kg of weight), but it is better to use a preparation with a higher sorption capacity called "Polysorb", which is more than 100 times more efficient than black or white coal.

This drug is considered the leader among enterosorbents, since it most effectively absorbs and removes toxins from the body that poison it. In addition, he has an incredible speed, which makes the effect noticeable from the first minutes after taking the medicine.

The fact that poisoning is often accompanied by vomiting and diarrhea, indicates the active excretion of water and electrolytes from the body. The need for a liquid can be replenished by drinking abundantly (although it will be irrelevant for painful vomiting), and special preparations for dehydration (Hydrovit, Regidron, Re-salt, etc.) can compensate for the deficiency of microelements. However, tablets for poisoning and powders for oral administration are worth taking if there is no vomiting or the urge to vomit is rare, otherwise the intravenous infusion of rehydration solutions is indicated, which is usually performed in a hospital.

What medicines are recommended for poisoning with temperature? If the temperature is relatively low (37.5-38 degrees), all the same Polysorb can cope with its consequences, but in antipyretic drugs it is not necessary. If the temperature continues to rise (and a fever with 38 degrees is considered dangerous for a child, while a critical indicator is 39.5 degrees), antipyretic drugs can not be avoided.

The use of antipyretics in the form of "Aspirin", "Paracetamol", "Naiza" and other drugs helps prevent a dangerous increase in blood viscosity and the associated excessive stress on the cardiovascular system. Besides, stopping the temperature rise makes sense for another reason. While the temperature rises, sweating is practically absent from poisoning, it resumes when the thermometer is stabilized and dropped. Enhanced sweating in combination with the sorption properties of "Polysorb" will help to quickly cleanse the body of harmful substances poisoning it.

Indications Polysorb for poisoning

As you can see, Polysorb can not be replaced with poisoning. But is it worth to always keep it in your home medicine cabinet? How wide is the evidence for its use? In what cases does the drug help to remove unpleasant symptoms of intoxication?

We know that in the treatment of food poisoning caused by poor-quality or spoiled food during storage, the sorbent has a very good cleansing action. At the same time, it is actively prescribed for acute intestinal infections, the cause of which are enterobacteria (esheheria, salmonella, shigella, causing dysentery, typhoid fever, paratyphoid, salmonellosis, eschericosis) and cholera vibrio. Effective and with such form of intestinal infections as food toxic infections, caused by products contaminated by a conditionally pathogenic microflora that secretes exotoxins: staphylococci, E. Coli, bacilli, enterococci, etc.

Apply "Polysorb" and in the event that abdominal pain, diarrhea and vomiting are caused not by infection, but by poisons contained in food, for example, when poisoning with mushrooms, from which children are more affected. After poisoning a child can cause a very small number of inedible mushrooms or abuse of edible. In the latter case, the baby simply stops the stomach and the digestive process begins in the gastrointestinal tract, ending with epigastric pains and diarrhea.

Ethanol in large quantities can also be considered a poison for the body, it's no wonder that alcohol lovers and adolescents often get into alcohol intoxication with alcohol intoxication. "Polysorb" in alcohol poisoning will help quickly remove the alcohol-poisoning products that are considered to be sufficiently toxic, and to alleviate the painful symptoms of intoxication.

 Enterosorbents are considered quite safe means, but other medications may not be so harmless and even cause poisoning. Even such popular drugs as "Analgin", "Paracetamol" or "Acetylsalicylic acid", if hypersensitive to them or use high doses can cause symptoms of intoxication: diarrhea, vomiting, nausea, abdominal pain, as well as a drop in body temperature and pressure, dyspnea , renal colic, allergic reactions.

Quite toxic preparations of cardiac glycosides, sulfonamides, fluoroquinolone group of antibiotics and some others are considered, therefore they should be taken strictly in the recommended dosage and only according to the doctor's prescription. When poisoning with any drugs, salts of heavy metals, chemicals, chemicals, "Polysorb" helps to remove from the body harmful to him toxins and reduce the unpleasant and even dangerous symptoms of intoxication.

The drug is prescribed regardless of whether food poisoning is diagnosed in adults or in children. Only the recommended dosage changes, on which the effectiveness of the drug depends. In this case, the effectiveness of the drug is confirmed in both acute and chronic intoxication, if toxic and toxic substances entered the body for a long time and accumulated in it.

The drug "Polysorb" is prescribed by doctors not only for food, alcohol or drug poisoning, but also for diseases that may accumulate toxins in the body. For example, for allergies caused by products and medicines, viral hepatitis, dysbiosis, renal failure, purulent and septic pathologies.

Thus, with severe kidney damage, toxic nitrogenous compounds accumulate in the blood, hepatitis - the level of bilirubin increases, dysbacteriosis - poisoning occurs as the products of the vital activity of pathogens, and in the case of allergies, intoxication and all associated symptoms provoke an allergen and unfavorable environmental conditions. In any case, the content of toxins in the body after using Polisorba decreases, the organs suffer less and the person feels much better.

Release form

The drug "Polysorb", recommended by doctors for poisoning and intoxication, is produced by the pharmacological industry in the form of a powder of rich white color, from which the oral suspension is subsequently prepared. The light white powder has no pronounced odor and is a fine particle of highly disperse silica (not more than 90 μm).

Cream-silica or silicon dioxide is one of the most common silicon compounds, which in the hired organism is available in small amounts and is very useful for connective tissue, eyes, heart, teeth, bones, skin. But in the treatment of poisonings, high sorptive abilities of the mineral come to the fore, i.e. Ability quickly and in large volumes to absorb in the lumen of the gastrointestinal tract harmful substances that poison the body.

Fluffy white powder, which is easily stirred in water, forming a white liquid, for convenience of use is packaged in paper bags with a thermolayer. 1 sachet can contain 1, 2, 3, 6, 10 or 12 g of silica powder.

The bags are placed in cardboard boxes. Packaging of the preparation can contain from 1 to 5 disposable sachets. There are also more voluminous forms of release with 10, 30, 50 and 100 sachets. Any package contains instructions for use.

Hospital hospitals produce special plastic bags in cartons that contain 50 g of powder, as well as polyethylene bags of 5 and 10 kg of silica.

In addition, "Polysorb" can be found in a package in the form of a plastic jar with a screw cap. Such a jar can contain from 12 to 50 g of silica powder (with an interval of 3-5 g). This form of release can be purchased for home use, but the dose in this case will have to be measured with a spoon.


Enterosorbent "Polysorb" knowingly received such wide distribution in medical practice, because its sorption and detoxification abilities can only be envied. Its pharmacodynamics is based on the fact that by entering the stomach, and then the intestine, the silica particles bind and remove from the body any toxic substances formed inside it (endogenous nature) and trapped in the gastrointestinal tract from the outside (exogenous poisons and toxins).

The most common cause of poisoning are opportunistic and pathogenic microorganisms. Bacteria and products of their vital activity poison the body of the victim. "Polysorb" in poisoning and intoxication can absorb toxic substances produced by microbes and even microbial cells, as well as food allergens, antigens provoking the production of antibodies and inflammatory reactions, toxic substances of drugs and alcohol, various poisons. The compounds of heavy metals and radionuclides penetrating into the body from the outside and causing exogenous intoxication are not an exception.

So, for the body, some metabolic products may be harmful, if they are found in high concentrations. We are talking about bilirubin, cholesterol and lipid compounds, urea and some metabolites, which are a by-product of metabolic reactions. Finely dispersed silica powder as a sponge absorbs these components and displays them together with feces.


Pharmacokinetics of the drug is not of particular interest, since silica powder is not absorbed into the digestive tract into the blood and spread through the body in a getatogenic way. It acts solely in the lumen of the digestive system: the stomach and intestines, whence it is excreted in the unmodified state in the faecal composition together with absorbed toxins and harmful substances.

An important feature of drugs is their speed, because the faster the drug starts to act, the more harmful substances can not penetrate into the blood and affect the work of organs and systems. When will Polysorb act? Thanks to the convenient form of release in the form of a fine powder, which does not require time for dissolving tablets and their shell, the drug begins to act literally from the second to the third minute after the suspension has entered the digestive tract. These are very good indicators, not comparable to the effect of the previously popular "Activated Carbon", produced in the form of tablets.

Use Polysorb for poisoning during pregnancy

We must immediately say that pregnancy and lactation are not contraindications to the use of the drug "Polysorb" in poisoning. On the contrary, the reception of a safe natural preparation, in a short time reducing the phenomenon of intoxication, is shown to future mothers not only for problems with the stomach caused by the use of poor-quality food or medicines, but also in the case of many pregnant women such as toxicosis.

The drug itself does not penetrate into the blood and does not cause associated reactions, but enveloping the walls of the stomach and intestines, it attracts harmful substances from the cavity of organs, blood, lymph, intercellular fluid. Such purification of the body is simply necessary for poisoning, intestinal infections and intoxication (and toxicosis in the early and late stages of pregnancy can be considered as a variant of intoxication provoked by the restructuring of the future mother's organism, which perceives the products of the fetal life as foreign substances harmful to it).

Doctors are not afraid to prescribe the drug to women in the early or late stages of pregnancy, realizing that it can not harm either the mother or the baby in her womb. On the contrary, he will excrete toxic substances from the body of the mother, which by blood can penetrate the placenta and the child, poisoning it and causing various pathologies of development. Any poisoning and allergic reactions during pregnancy are considered especially dangerous from the point of view of the health of the growing organism.

Polysorb is also useful in lactation. In the breast milk the drug does not penetrate, which means that the child can not get into the body (although there is nothing to worry about). But in so important for baby food the product easily penetrates all kinds of toxic substances from the mother's body, which when poisoned reach high concentrations.

"Polysorb" in poisoning helps to reduce the absorption of toxins into the blood and reduce their concentration in any physiological fluids, including breast milk. This will protect the child from real harm and help not stop for the time of illness breastfeeding, so necessary to maintain strong immunity in the baby.


"Polysorb", used for poisoning and diseases that cause intoxication of the body, is considered to be a completely safe sorbent on a natural basis. By itself, silicon is not dangerous, not toxic, but on the contrary, even useful to humans. It is clear that in such conditions, only an excess or deficiency of a mineral in the body can do harm.

The lack of silicon in the human body and its consequences is a topic for a separate article. And the excess associated with the use of "Polysorb", or the so-called overdose can not be said, because the powder is excreted from the body in the same amount in which it was injected. This is due to the fact that silica can not be absorbed in the stomach and intestines, and therefore does not penetrate into the blood during ingestion.

Nevertheless, some contraindications to the use of medication still exist. It:

  • ulcerative lesions of the stomach and intestines in the acute period of the disease (during remission, the use of the drug is not prohibited, but must be agreed with the gastroenterologist),
  • gastrointestinal bleeding,
  • atony and violation of intestinal passability (for detoxification the drug should be excreted from the body with feces, but with a weak activity of the intestine, the concentrated toxic mass will be retained in the body, not contributing to recovery)
  • increased sensitivity to silicon compounds (a rare phenomenon, which, however, can not be excluded).

In other cases, a person, if necessary, can take advantage of the unique ability of the drug to excrete toxic substances in a larger volume than the amount of silica introduced. Sometimes the drug is prescribed even for the prevention of intoxication in harmful industries.

Side effects Polysorb for poisoning

The drug "Polysorb" is not in vain considered a safe medicine for poisoning, because even the occurrence of side effects from its administration is extremely rare. In most cases, we are talking about allergic reactions observed in certain episodes of intolerance to the components of the drug, more precisely, silicon dioxide.

Among the patients' complaints were also the appearance of dyspeptic phenomena (pain and discomfort in the epigastrium, a feeling of stomach overflow, nausea, bloating, belching) and constipation. However, when it comes to poisoning, it is difficult to say what causes the symptoms of dyspepsia: the use of stale foods and poisons or treatment with enterosorbent.

The information that some patients from "Polisorba" begins vomiting, also are not supported by anything. After all, the powder has no smell and can taste like starch, so it is unlikely that there will be a strong aversion to it. Most likely vomiting was one of the symptoms of poisoning, but its onset coincided with the taking of the medication.

But the fact that with prolonged use of enterosorbent may impair absorption in the body of calcium and vitamins, which leads to a deficiency of the substances necessary for a person, confirm both the drug manufacturers and the doctors recommending it. It's about therapy for 2 weeks or more, which is rarely the case with poisoning. Nevertheless, to maintain the necessary concentration of calcium and vitamins in the body for more than two weeks of therapy, a prophylactic intake of vitamin preparations and preparations such as "Calcium D3", "Calcium", dietary supplements with calcium is recommended.

Dosing and administration

The preparation "Polysorb" is produced only in the form of a powder, but for poisoning, allergies, infectious diseases, it can not be used in dry form. From the powder it will be necessary to prepare a suspension, mixing it with a sufficient amount of purified or boiled water. Depending on the amount of powder used, 30 to 150 ml of water is taken.

Despite the fact that there was no information on drug overdose, there are recommended doses that depend on the age and weight of a person. In order not to be mistaken, you need to know at least the approximate weight of the victim, regardless of whether the adult is a child or a child.

An aqueous solution must be prepared immediately before it is taken. You can consume food and other medicines no earlier than an hour after taking the sorbent.

The instructions describe the preparation of a solution of "Polysorb" based on the powder not packaged in disposable sachets. As a measuring tool use a teaspoonful or a tablespoon.

For children, whose weight does not exceed 20 kg, the solution is prepared on the basis of 30-50 ml of water (1 / 5-1 / 4 cup). Babies up to 10 kg in the specified amount of water can be added from half to one and a half teaspoons of powder. The resulting solution is allowed to drink to the child a little during the day.

Children, whose weight is in the range of 10 to 20 kg, should take the suspension 3-4 times a day. In a quarter cup they are bred 1 tsp. Powder (without a slide). This will be a single dose, which the child must take at one time completely.

Children and adolescents weighing up to 30 kg at one time use the powder in the amount of 1 tsp, but already with a slide. This amount of the drug is recommended to dilute in water with a volume of 50-70 ml.

Adolescents, whose weight is in the range of 30-40 kg, for taking should take 2 tsp. Drug (also with a slide), diluted in half a glass of water.

Adults whose body weight does not exceed 60 kg per ½ cup of water dilute 1 tablespoon with a slide, and for those whose weight is even more, the dose is 1-2 tablespoons. Water can be taken up to 150 ml.

To understand how to use powder in disposable bags, you need to know that the weight of the powder is 1 tsp. With a slide is 1 g, and in the dining room (also with a slide) - about 3 g. The maximum daily intake for an adult is 20 g (about 7 tablespoons).

Regardless of the form of release, the drug is taken 3 to 4 times a day. When poisoning, you need to do this an hour before meals, and with food allergies just before you start eating. The course of treatment for acute poisoning is short-lived - up to 5 days. But chronic intoxications and food allergies require a longer medication (1.5-2 weeks).

Features of sorbent use in poisoning and intestinal infections

When acute poisoning with the help of a sorbent, you can also carry out gastric lavage. To do this, 5-10 g of the drug is mixed in 1 liter of warm water, drunk and after a couple of minutes cause vomiting by irritating the root of the tongue. Severe poisoning requires washing the stomach during the day using a probe (in a hospital) at intervals of 4-5 hours with a solution of the same concentration. In addition, the patient is given the drug up to 3 times a day at a dosage of 0.1 mg per kilogram of the weight of the victim.

When intestinal infections in the first day of the disease, the whole daily dose is used, which should be drunk for 4-5 receptions within 5 hours. The next day the drug is taken according to standard recommendations within 24 hours for 4 divided doses.

Application for children

A child's organism more than adults is subject to the effects of negative environmental factors. Forming immunity is not yet able to fully resist infections, and the digestive system can not effectively digest coarse food, which becomes a frequent cause of gastrointestinal disorders and foodborne infections.

Intestinal infections and the use of toxic substances for a young child are very dangerous. The weight of the baby is still very small, so much less poison and toxins are required for poisoning. Not surprisingly, such diseases in children are difficult and with a rise in body temperature, while adults are restricted to nausea and diarrhea.

Babies "Polysorb" can be prescribed by doctors not only for diarrhea, stomach disorders and poisonings, but also for allergic reactions (for example, diathesis), infectious diseases (even as part of complex cold therapy), dysbacteriosis against antibacterial treatment or prolonged diarrhea. Withdrawing toxins from the body and normalizing the intestinal microflora, the drug thus helps maintain a strong immunity in the child and the resistance of his body to various diseases.

There are no age restrictions for the drug, so newborns can be given it from a bottle already in the first days of the baby's life, if necessary. It must be said that for today there are not so many absolutely safe, effective and quick-acting medicines that could be safely given to children.

Interactions with other drugs

Taking enterosorbent it is necessary to take into account its interaction with other drugs. Suspension is not advisable to take an hour before taking other medicines, because it can reduce their absorption, creating a kind of shell on the walls of the gastrointestinal tract. Accordingly, the effectiveness of treatment with drugs decreases.

Storage conditions

But that the drug retains its useful properties for the entire period indicated on the package, it is necessary to comply with the conditions of its storage. The drug is well stored at temperatures up to 25 degrees. It is necessary to avoid getting into the powder of moisture, so the package should always be tightly closed (fine silica has the ability to attract moisture). Ready suspension can be stored for no more than 2 days, but it is better not to cook it for future use.

Shelf life

A very important point in terms of safety of therapy is considered the shelf life of drugs. In this case, it is 5 years for all forms of the Polysorb sorbent, after which, according to the instructions, it is considered unfit for use for medicinal purposes in poisoning and other diseases.

Analogues of Polysorb in case of poisoning

If earlier, when poisoning our parents and grandparents took mostly activated charcoal (there were no other effective sorbents at that time), now the list of such drugs is quite wide. And there are no problems with their acquisition for today. In any pharmacy you can buy enterosorbent to your taste and wallet. However, it must be taken into account that the composition of such drugs can differ significantly.

Since sorption properties are possessed by various materials from which a drug that is safe for humans can be made, modern enterosorbents can be divided into several groups:

  • Carbon. These are preparations in which activated carbon derivatives are used. The most popular drugs in this class are "Activated Carbon" in the form of tablets. The drug "Carbolong" is activated charcoal in the form of a powder. Such drugs with a characteristic black color scare children, so do not be surprised if the kid just does not want to take it. Sorption properties of carbon sorbents are not so great, therefore they are more recommended for light poisoning and diarrhea.

"Activated charcoal" is recommended to be taken in a dosage corresponding to 1 tablet per 10 kg of patient's body weight. A single dose for poisoning is about 20-30 g. Dissolved in water tablets can also be used for gastric lavage.

Carbolong is taken in dry form or a suspension is prepared (5 g of powder per half a cup of water). Adult patients take 5-10 g of the drug three times a day. Children's single dose - 2,5-5 g. Assign it from 7 years of age.

The disadvantage of carbon sorbents is their property to provoke disorders of the intestine: diarrhea or constipation.

  • Silicon. It is to this group of drugs that the Polysorb, recommended for poisoning, also applies. The list of such drugs also includes the popular Smecta, White Clay, Enterosgel. Choosing between these analogues it is difficult to say which is better, because they all contain silicon compounds that have high sorption properties.

All drugs in this group have a selective effect, i.e. Remove harmful substances (bacteria, toxins, decay products, etc.) without touching vitamins, enzymes, food ingredients that are useful for the body. And the enveloping action is characteristic. They create a protective film on the walls of the digestive tract, which also reduces the corrosive effect of hydrochloric acid in the composition of gastric juice.

Choosing between the preparations "Smecta", "Polysorb" or "Enterosgel", you need to focus on the form of the release of sorbents. The first two are available in powder form and require dilution in water, taking into account the recommended dosage. Enterosgel is a ready-to-use preparation. It is simply squeezed into a spoon and washed down with water.

But there is a small nuance. "Polysorb" is a small powder of silicon dioxide, which can cause trauma to the damaged inflammatory-erosive diseases of the stomach and intestines, so in its contraindications there is an acute stage of stomach ulcers and bleeding from the gastrointestinal tract. There are no such contraindications for "Smecta" and "Enterosgel" preparations. It is believed that they act more gently, so it is recommended even to patients with diseases of the digestive system, with the exception of obstruction of the intestine or its atony.

  • Organic. These are preparations based on natural substances: pectins, lignin, cellulose, dietary fiber, which can also excrete poisons, toxins, harmful microorganisms, food allergens, heavy metal salts and toxic chemicals from the body. However, with food poisoning, they acquired less popularity than silicon and carbon sorbents. Among the popular preparations of this group is "Polyphepan" based on vegetable lignin, which is recommended for intoxication, as well as for prophylactic purification of the body.
  • Combined. These are multicomponent drugs, in which there are 2 or more substances that possess sorption properties. Such sorbents include "Bionorm" on the basis of plant components and "Ultrasorb", which combines the properties of activated carbon and a clay mineral called palygorskite.

In spite of the fact that only silicon-containing sorbents should be considered as complete analogues of the Polysorb preparation, when poisoning, when it is necessary to act quickly to stop intoxication, it is often not possible to choose. Any of the above sorbents is quite suitable for first aid to the victim. In the future, you can already choose drugs with more or less sorption volume, convenient forms of release, a more pleasant price, etc.

Reviews about the product "Polysorb"

It must be said that the drug "Polysorb" is one of the few drugs, positive responses about which significantly prevail over negative ones. Especially when it comes to the use of sorbent in poisoning. We will not go into the details of the fact that people actively use this drug to eliminate hangovers (excellent results), decrease lymph nodes in lymphadenopathies (and very successfully), get rid of acne (mediocre effect), brush teeth and improve hair (the best reviews: effective and safely). Let's talk about the moments concerning the use of Polysorb in poisoning.

According to many reviews, this drug very quickly helps to remove almost all the unpleasant symptoms of intoxication: nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, fever, headaches. In this case, the suspension has a much more attractive appearance and taste. Than diluted in water activated carbon. In principle, there is virtually no taste for the liquid, therefore children perceive it as whitish water and there are usually no problems with the use of the drug.

The silicon powder acts much faster than activated carbon and organic substances. The relief comes surprisingly quickly, which can also be attributed to the positive aspects of the sorbent. The patient feels a noticeable relief from the first minutes of use, and the drug continues to cleanse his body and restore the normal functioning of the digestive tract and other organs. In the end, we get a quick and pretty pleasant treatment.

Plus, the use of "Polysorb" can be considered its safety for children and pregnant women. Powder, diluted with water, can be given to newborns from the first days of their life, and before that, his mother can take it calmly, without much fear, to combat the manifestations of toxicosis. By the way, many women at different times of pregnancy with this drug and were saved from nausea, which does not allow them to eat and live normally.

To live in the conditions of modern civilization today is incredibly dangerous. We often do not even suspect that our body is poisoning daily, receiving poisonous substances from air, food, water. And even if you drink purified water and carefully choose products on the table, it is very difficult to protect yourself from radiation and polluted air in urban conditions. Therefore, when we begin to get sick often, feel a strong fatigue and decrease in efficiency, memory begins to come to us, there are uncaused disorders on the part of the gastrointestinal tract, nausea, headaches, it's time to think that the cause of this condition could be chronic intoxication, trust the drug Polysorb.

Many people perceive the procedures for purifying the body as a way to lose weight, which in itself is rather doubtful. But the main thing is that it is an opportunity to cleanse your body of harmful toxins, thereby restoring your health and health.

Regular use of "Polysorb" for these purposes is not worth it. According to reviews, the use of the drug for more than 2 weeks, laid for the treatment of chronic intoxication, and the truth can lead to avitaminosis. Therefore, abuse will only be harmful. But a 1-2-week course of cleaning the body in our environmentally difficult living conditions will not hurt. After him, many people note the disappearance of symptoms of malaise, an improvement in mood, a feeling of lightness throughout the body.

But back to the treatment of acute poisoning. Some patients note that treatment with the drug may lead to constipation. In the conditions of excruciating diarrhea, this moment will only be on hand. But if there is no diarrhea, but there is a tendency to constipation, it is better to find a safer drug, or later to restore the functionality of the intestine with the help of laxatives.

Polysorb in case of poisoning is an effective high-speed enterosorbent intended for the treatment of adults and children. Due to the fast and good effect, as well as a fairly wide range of applications, it is very popular among doctors and patients. Convenient forms of release, affordable price and a worthy effect are the main advantages of the drug, allowing it to stay for a long time among the leaders and help people in different situations.

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