Resolving cardiovascular pathology in patients with medical leeches has recently become one of the more promising and effective methods. The effects of leeches on humans are complex and multifaceted; it manifests itself at the spiritual, energetic, psychological, biochemical, physiological, and other levels of self-regulation in the body.

With more than 80 of the enzymes tested, leeches can restore normal blood and lymph in all organs and systems. Microcirculation of intercellular fluids. Swelling, stagnation, inflammation disappear. Disappear pain, ischemia, adhesions, low blood pressure and low blood pressure. Improved blood circulation, including the musculoskeletal system (including muscles, bones and joints) of the more vital organs – brain and spinal cord, myocardium, endocrine glands, other internal organs. Absorption of thrombi, benign tumors and scars, increased local and general immunity. Blood coagulation parameters and metabolic processes (fats, carbohydrates, proteins, salts, etc.) may return to normal. Improved ECG dynamics and other physiological and biochemical parameters.

In addition, leeches as a “living needle” have a powerful reflexogenic effect that successfully replaces acupuncture. Hirudotherapy restores the body’s energy, improves mood, well-being, reduces anxiety, irritability, raises work capacity, sexual and creative powers, awakens the best spiritual qualities (joy of life, energy, love for oneself and others, tolerance, etc.).

Hirudotherapy is potentially effective in virtually all cardiovascular diseases, including atherosclerosis, ischemic heart disease, general and coronary heart disease, stroke, myocardial infarction, hypertension, hypertension, varicose veins, varicose veins, varicose veins. hemorrhoids, obliterative endarteritis, etc.). At the same time, ischemic heart disease (as well as other cardiovascular diseases) in isolated form is extremely rare.

As a rule, the vast majority of patients are diagnosed with a complex general pathology involving the remaining organs and functional systems of the body. At the same time, each patient is considered holistically to determine an individual treatment regimen based on the underlying mechanisms of disease development. Thus, for example, in the case of varicose veins of the lower extremities, the pathology of the urogenital system (appendicitis, myoma, prostatitis, adenoma of the prostate, etc.) is of paramount importance in the treatment of chronic small pelvic hemorrhage, the main cause of which is the biliary tract.