Decompensation


In medical terms, the word decompensation is used to define the dissolution of the balance that the body suffers during a specific period of time, when facing a disease or disorder. The decompensation can affect all the functions of the organism, which can be altered, since the body’s regulation system does not have the capacity to maintain it.

Medicine also defines decompensation as the functional state of an organ that is ill and that does not have the capacity to respond to the usual requirements of the organism to which it belongs.

In a few words, the body is decompensated when the person does not replenish the body at 100% of what it has spent, that is to say that it is consuming more than what it provides, in addition to that it does not have the rest that it normally needs. All this It causes the body to react in a negative way and decompensate.

On the other hand, if a person is following a diet, but does not have a nutritional guide to guide them, they may lose weight, but it is also very likely that they will end up suffering from a nutritional imbalance.

There are many cases of people who carry out wrong diets that the only thing they cause is damage to the body, that is why it is important to go to a good specialist, who gives you the proper guidance without harming your health. Losing weight precipitously can cause a decrease in potassium and sodium levels, which end up exposing your health to an obvious imbalance.

Below are some of the symptoms of a nutritional imbalance: Headache. Weakness, dry skin, hair loss, among others.