What are the consequences of forced fever reduction by infusion?

Guo Shengbai: Yes, we think that this person has a fever, he is sweating, and sweating is to expel the pathogenic substances. If the pathological substances are discharged, he will be fine.

Liang Dong: No need to sweat.

Guo Shengbai: If you stop this reaction, you don’t need to have a fever, and you don’t have a fever. If we say that if we have a fever, we need to use other methods, not to help him get rid of the foreign body, but to suppress it, such as using ice packs, rubbing with alcohol, or taking other chemical medicines.

Liang Dong: Drugs.

Guo Shengbai: chemical drugs.

Liang Dong: IV drip.

Guo Shengbai: For example, hormones, it is a big mistake to prevent it from causing a fever. First, do not understand the law of life. Second, I don’t know how to deal with this disease. Just treat a symptom, I don’t need you to have a fever, you don’t have a fever, this is completely wrong.

Liang Dong: This is the legendary treason.

Guo Shengbai: This will lead to malignant, malignant results for this patient.

Liang Dong: What is the usual result?

Guo Shengbai: If it is influenza, if you want to reduce the fever, whether you use physical methods or chemical methods, if you want to reduce the fever, it will definitely lead to pneumonia.

Liang Dong: Why does it spread to the lungs?

Guo Shengbai: For example, if we don’t let him have a fever, we see that the patient’s body surface is 39 degrees, 40 degrees, and 41 degrees, and it suddenly drops below 37 degrees. This rejection reaction was suppressed. But if this rejection reaction disappears completely, the person must be dead. He just suppressed this part of this part that rejects the outside world. But the lungs, the human lungs are the same as the surface of our body. Because it is also in contact with the outside air all the time. He wants to expel this pathological substance from the lungs, so the temperature of the lungs has to be raised, so he will inevitably develop pneumonia.

Liang Dong: I also heard that some people have problems with the large intestine after they have pneumonia. Is this because the lungs and the large intestine are connected to each other?

Guo Shengbai: Because of the relationship between the lungs and the large intestine, we will not talk about this complicated issue now. Let’s take a look at the large intestine, ascending colon, and transverse colon. This is such a long section of colon, which is only separated from the lungs by a diaphragm, and it is close to the lungs. It is a close neighbor of the lungs, a close neighbor of the lungs. If the temperature of the lungs rises, the colon will also rise. Colitis of the colon can also lead to infection. The first one I see it is, it’s a close neighbor. Another is the communication of blood and body fluids, and the other is the connection of nerves. So the relationship between the lungs and the large intestine exists. This is a.

So if the sweating is suppressed, it must be pneumonia. We have seen too much clinically. If pneumonia is still suppressing it, this will lead to worse results.

Liang Dong: For example?

Guo Shengbai: For example, lung infection, and lobar inflammation can also occur. Lobar inflammation is lung suppuration. This has also been seen in clinical practice.

Liang Dong: How about more serious?

Guo Shengbai: If it is more serious, it will lead to death. This is very easy to die. This lung, lobar inflammation is very dangerous. This is a cold, as a result of suppressing rejection, which shouldn’t be.

Liang Dong: So many children, very young children, sometimes their parents have a cold and a fever, and they are in pain at night, and they are sent to the hospital. In the end, they didn’t expect it to become very large, and finally turned into pneumonia. They still think that, It is actually pneumonia itself, which is entirely possible, but the solution is wrong.

Guo Shengbai: I think, I think not. I think it is the result of reducing fever by chemical and physical methods.

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