Analysis of the experience of combined use of BRT and humic preparations in the prevention and treatment of viral infections
AUTHORS : Sorbuchev S.I. | Fenyutina T.V. | Chizh M.V.
RELEVANT UNIVERSITIES : TsVM MU Gazprom, Center “IMEDIS”, Moscow, Russia
YEAR : 2019 | Category : Educational
Currently, one of the first places is the incidence of acute respiratory infections. When the first cases appear, epidemics very quickly arise, covering cities, and sometimes entire regions. In the Guinness Book of Records, ARVI is officially registered as the most common disease on the planet, and it has no real competitors. The disease is highly contagious. Viruses enter the mucous membranes not only by airborne droplets, but also by contact.
You can get sick through touching hands, dishes, towels, etc. In addition, a person becomes infectious already 24 hours before the very first symptoms appear. Viruses remain active in the air for up to 3 hours, and on individual surfaces for up to a day. Such a high prevalence is also explained by low immunity in the population, and low immunity is associated with lifestyle, ecology, nutrition, uncontrolled use of chemicals, stress, etc. The preventive measures taken are ineffective. Vaccinations have a narrow specificity and a short duration.
It is very difficult to determine which new virus will cause an epidemic, there are more than 400 of them (this is influenza, parainfluenza, adenovirus, cytomegalovirus, rhinovirus, rotavirus, etc.). Each virus has many serotypes and is subject to frequent mutations. Therefore, vaccinations do not lead to the desired results. In addition, against the background of vaccinations, general immunity falls, and people are defenseless against other aggressive factors. Statistics show that against this background, even oncological processes are progressing.