Wednesday, 25 September 2013

Painkillers such as Paracetamol, Morphine, Opium and Codeine can cause pancreatitis.

Addiction to painkillers or simple over use can in some minor cases lead to pancreatitis. Pain killers are similar to any drug and can come in the form of paracetamol, opium ingredients or codeine ingredients. These are then branded and sold and are extremely common across all areas of the world. I have been emailed questions about this and have spent about an hour researching this so I will provide some information below.

Now I must point out the chances of getting pancreatitis from taking pain killers is a lot lower than what you get from alcohol addiction and substantial drug abuse from illegal drugs such as heroin, cocaine etc etc. However the risk is still there so if you are feeling sore in the abdomen or under your ribs and have been taking to many pain killers recently or if you have been on pain killers for an extended period of time then it is best to be cautious and go see a medical professional straight away. If you can't book to see your doctor then simply go to the nearest local hospital.

Pain killers can be a short term solution to pain however when you are taking them over longer periods of time they do take a toll on your body. So it is best to discuss this with a medical professional when you can. Once again I will emphasize I am not a medical professional but I do a lot of research on these subjects. Check some major sites around the net that have great information. We also link to an online pancreatitis relief kit which has great feedback. But just remember look after your self and if you have any questions don't hesitate to get professional medical help. Your health is your most important asset. I wish you the best of luck.

Monday, 23 September 2013

Amphetamines and LSD , Two more major causes of Pancreatitis!

Amphetamines and LSD are two more causes of acute and chronic pancreatitis. Amphetamines and LSD are two illegal drugs which are often taken recreationally and they can also become addictive. Taking this drug is highly illegal and can lead to prison time or a fine, however the main thing is to get clean. If you are only taking this recreationally then stop. If you are addicted then seek help. I will go over why LSD and Amphetamines cause acute and chronic pancreatitis and why they cause inflammation to the pancreas.

All illicit drugs contain toxins which are extremely damaging and hard for the pancreas to break down. This can often lead to damage which can't be repaired. Amphetamines and LSD are similar to cocaine and ecstasy, as they are normally only taken recreationally by a majority of drug users. However only taking this once can cause pancreatitis. This can be extremely damaging to the pancreas and other organs leading to pancreatitis and other complications which can prove fatal.

Please seek medical and professional help if you are taking LSD or Amphetamines and keep in mind these can very easily cause pancreatitis, in either acute or chronic forms, often chronic is caused by prolonged use. We have banners for an online relief kit. The online relief kit is helpful and it is a good idea to do research on other major sites as well. Remember if you are feeling bad as you read this and think you might have acute or chronic pancreatitis then go see your local medical professional right away or go to your local hospital. I wish you the best of health and hope you feel better.

How Long Can You Live? Life expectancy with Chronic Pancreatitis?

A few emails being sent to me are about how long can you live with acute and chronic pancreatitis. In other words what is the life expectancy for either of these conditions. The good news is you can live a long normal life with either, you need to look after yourself though and I will show you how to do this.

Acute pancreatitis and chronic pancreatitis can both be life threatening. The most important early thing to do is go see a doctor as soon as you can. Or go to a local hospital. You will be tested for pancreatitis, usually this is done by a blood test and ultra sounds of the abdomen. Now if you have been diagnosed with acute pancreatitis you will be put on a drip at the hospital and only allowed clear fluids until you recover. If you have chronic pancreatitis you will most likely be sent home once your condition improves. However for both conditions when you return home you will need to look after yourself.

The best thing to do is eat healthy, avoid alcohol and other drugs. Avoid consuming toxins which are prevalent throughout alcohol and drugs. I eat a low fat, high protein diet with a lot of vegetables and fruit. And I drink enough water to ensure I am always hydrated. Once you have recovered from acute pancreatitis you need to do everything you can to ensure you don't get the condition again. That is avoiding what caused the acute pancreatitis in the first place. Often if you have alcohol induced pancreatitis you will have to give up alcohol. If you have chronic pancreatitis you will need to manage the condition the best you can. With chronic pancreatitis what can prove fatal is having complications. Complications can occur with both acute and chronic pancreatitis so it is very important that you look after your body.

With acute and chronic pancreatitis as long as there is no complications you can expect to live a long normal life. It is important that you take care of yourself to ensure your type of pancreatitis does not return. On this site we link to an online relief kit so check that out. And also check out other major websites with great information about pancreatitis. The more research you do the better you will understand the condition and the better you will be able to look after your health.

Wednesday, 4 September 2013

Pancreatitis Cure , The Myth Or Reality

The pancreatitis cure is needed soon and we all hope it eventually comes to reality. As you can see I need the cure as well, I don't have chronic pancreatitis but I have had instances of acute pancreatitis. And it was the most pain I have ever had in my life. This post will go over some basic advice which I hope will help you along the way.

The first thing I would do is eat healthy including large amounts of vegetables, lean protein and always have a lot of water and apple juice (cleanses the liver and other organs well).

The next thing to do is stay active. Try get around 40 minutes of exercise per day. This helps the body recover and also helps the body eliminate toxins which can have a bad impact on your pancreas.

If you are living a reckless lifestyle then please stop. Your health is the most important asset you can have. So think about the future and change your mindset to enjoying life, without alcohol, drugs or any other toxins. I still drink coffee and look forward to my morning coffee.

My last point is to do as much research as you can on the illness. On this site we direct you to the most successful e-book to treat pancreatitis we have come across. You will see links for it on the right or down the bottom. Have a look through that. Do as much reading as you can on the subject. The more you understand about pancreatitis the better you will look after yourself and your health will hopefully improve.

Good luck. I wish you the best of luck with your health, I hope you continue to improve or feel better like I have been. So please look after yourself, read up more on the subject and check out the e-books we direct you to on the right and down the bottom. We have received a lot of great feedback from them.