What is metabolic syndrome
Metabolic syndrome is the name for a group of risk factors that raises your risk for heart disease and other health problems, such as diabetes and stroke. The term “metabolic” refers to the biochemical processes involved in the body’s normal functioning. Risk factors are traits, conditions, or habits that increase your chance of developing a disease. The main parts of the metabolic syndrome are:
A large waistline. This also is called abdominal obesity or “having an apple shape.” Excess fat in the stomach area is a greater risk factor for heart disease than excess fat in other parts of the body, such as on the hips.
A high triglyceride level found in the blood.
A low HDL cholesterol level (or you’re on medicine to treat low HDL cholesterol). HDL sometimes is called “good” cholesterol. A low HDL cholesterol level raises your risk for heart disease.
High blood pressure (or you’re on medicine to treat high blood pressure). Blood pressure is the force of blood pushing against the walls of your arteries as your heart pumps blood. If this pressure rises and stays high over time, it can damage your heart and lead to plaque buildup.
High fasting blood sugar (or you’re on medicine to treat high blood sugar). Mildly high blood sugar may be an early sign of diabetes.
Your risk for heart disease, diabetes, and stroke increases with the number of metabolic risk factors you have. The main factor of the metabolic syndrome is insulin resistance: a condition in which the body can’t use its insulin properly. Insulin is a hormone that helps move blood sugar into cells where it’s used for energy. Insulin resistance can lead to high blood sugar levels, and it’s closely linked to overweight and obesity. Genetics (ethnicity and family history) and older age are other factors that may play a role in causing metabolic syndrome.
How do we treat metabolic syndrome
It is possible to prevent or delay metabolic syndrome, mainly with lifestyle changes. A healthy lifestyle is a lifelong commitment. Successfully controlling metabolic syndrome requires long-term effort and teamwork with your health specialist at recore.
We address the main factor underlying the development of metabolic syndrome: insulin resistance and disturbed body functions at the level of energy production in the cell itself.
By eliminating all influencing factors (e.g. dental foci, food allergies, mineral, vitamin and trace element deficiencies, electromagnetic stress, disorders of the autonomic nervous system, Virtually all of our metabolic patients significantly improve thanks to our medicines, without having to take the drugs commonly prescribed that involve adverse side effects. With diabetes patients, the insulin dose they need can frequently be reduced. But especially the quality of life and overall well-being improve immensely.
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- Two treatment facilities in highly exclusive environments in Kusnacht and Braunwald, Switzerland
- Treating the complexity of a client’s underlying issues and not just the symptoms
- A bespoke and holistic treatment approach encompassing mind, body and life
- A Team of Expert Health Care Professionals, in the fields of medicine, psychotherapy, psychiatry including Expert Trauma Psychotherapist Dr. Peter Levine
- A combination of 1 to 1 and a small group therapeutic community
- A combination of the most effective aspects of general and alternative medicine
- An exclusive hospitality ensuring privacy and confidentiality with utmost attention to details
- A service which recognises the importance of Client confidentiality and privacy
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At Recore, we understand that often the real work is needed at home. It is normal to feel calm and collected during meditation but easily angered by our own family. We can help you to address your upbringing and family life. Through deep exploration of the needs of the individuals and the family
collective, you will learn new skills to help improve relationships. We offer intensive family therapy, group discussions and various workshops, helping each individual relearn how to listen and respond without judgement, opening up new avenues for communication.