Hijama – effective bloodletting treatment
Bloodletting began to be used to treat various diseases for a very long time. In the Middle Ages, it was considered one of the main methods of treatment. Due to non-compliance with hygiene standards, bloodletting was fraught with blood poisoning, and over time, people began to distrust him.
Nowadays, hijama has again gained popularity among folk healers. Even in modern medical centers, clients are offered hijama as an alternative treatment method. Let’s get to know her better.
The essence of hijama treatment is the renewal of blood and the body as a whole due to the withdrawal of stagnant blood and lymph. Often, due to a sedentary lifestyle, metabolic disorders, poor nutrition and daily regimen, blood and lymph stagnate and thicken, forming clots.
Blood clots attach to the walls of blood vessels, forming blood clots. Blood clots clog vessels, interfere with natural blood flow. This is fraught with thrombophlebitis, varicose veins, malnutrition of organs and tissues, strokes and heart attacks. Blood renews worse, and the general condition of the body worsens.
Specialists noticed that bloodletting improves the condition of the body with many ailments and conditions. Stagnant blood and lymph exit the body, and it triggers regeneration mechanisms. New blood is formed, the body’s nutrition improves, blood vessels and capillaries are cleaned.
Today, hijama is recommended for the treatment of veins, diseases of the cardiovascular system, skin diseases, diabetes mellitus, tuberculosis, infectious diseases, muscle pain and spasms, diseases of the genital area, headaches and dizziness, etc. It has been observed that hijama improves blood composition, improves immunity and contributes to better health and overall well-being.
Hijama is carried out in various ways, and today the combination of bloodletting with can massage is considered the most effective way. The specialist examines the human body and determines the necessary points of exposure. The body is treated with a disinfectant solution and special oils and massaged with hands or jars. Next, banks are set at predetermined points for the time necessary for a rush of blood, the formation of a bruise and swelling of the skin area under the bank.
Then the cans are removed and bruises are made with special needles or a blade, after which the cans are again placed on top of the incisions. When the jars are filled with blood, they are removed, the skin is wiped with a disinfectant solution and a sterile dressing is applied. Blood is not stopped by special means, it continues to ooze until all stagnant blood leaves this area of the body. Large vessels with hijama are not affected, so strong bleeding and significant blood loss should not be feared.
Hijam can not be called a pleasant and painless procedure, in addition, after bloodletting, you will have to walk in bandages for some time, changing them periodically. You can not swim in the pool, visit the bathhouse and sauna, engage in active sports and drive a car and dangerous machinery. Despite these inconveniences, people who have tried hijama continue to turn to it for the treatment of various diseases, as they feel obvious relief. The advantages of hijama more than compensate for its shortcomings.
There are diseases and conditions in which hijama is absolutely contraindicated. This is a violation of blood coagulation, low blood pressure, pregnancy. Before treatment with hijama, it is necessary to consult a specialist so that he determines the points of exposure and the presence of contraindications. When deciding on a hijama treatment, it’s better to go to a medical center rather than a folk doctor, and at home it is better not to conduct a hijama.
The key to the safety of the hijama is compliance with hygiene standards and requirements, because infection of wounds is fraught with blood poisoning. In the hands of qualified specialists working with sterile instruments in a clean, disinfected cabinet, the hijama will be absolutely safe and will have the necessary effect without side effects.
Bloodletting treatment is an ancient method of treating a large number of diseases.
Even in ancient times, people knew what an important function the blood performs in the body: thermoregulation, maintaining water-salt balance and, of course, transporting nutrients, hormones and oxygen to cells. However, not all blood is in motion.
In the body of each person, there are special blood tanks designed for critical situations: blood loss, hypoxia, over-intense work of the body. Such blood, during the normal functioning of the body, stagnates and begins to age, losing its qualities and absorbing the negative effects of malnutrition, stress, etc.
In order to renew blood and thereby give the body new strength and health, bloodletting is used.
Where do they use bloodletting?
Muslims have a special attitude to such treatment. The fact is that the Prophet Muhammad himself called to him. True, their bloodletting has a different name – “hijama”.