Atherosclerosis Chelation Therapy
Atherosclerosis Chelation Therapy is a therapy that helps in the removal of plaques from the arterial walls. There are many drugs used to stop, reverse, and prevent atherosclerosis. Many of these drugs require chemo-like monitoring by your physician. Chelation therapy on the other hand is a natural method that has no side effects if it is done properly by an accomplished Atherosclerosis Chelation Therapist.
What Is Atherosclerosis Chelation?
Atherosclerosis Chelation is the use of EDTA to help reduce the build up of plaque on arterial walls. EDTA also known as Ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid is used for chelation to remove plaques from the arterial walls when stenosis which is a narrowing or occlusion which is a total blockage has taken place. While Atherosclerosis Chelation has recently gained a lot of notoriety from recent studies and clinical trials.
It actually dates back to the 1950’s where it was first being used to help people with Cardiovascular Diseases and Coronary Artery Diseases. A practitioner was using Chelation Therapy to help his patients that were suffering from severe angina due to Atherosclerosis. By using an edetate disodium (Na2EDTA) based Chelation Therapy regimen he was able to do a case study, reducing symptoms of Cardiovascular Disease in 19 out of 20 patients. All 19 patients had remarkably improved outcomes and this was most likely the birth of Atherosclerosis Chelation.
What Are The Risks Or Side Effects?
As with most therapies there are risks and side effects associated with Atherosclerosis Chelation Therapy however most are very mild and well tolerated by people who undergo the therapy. Some of the more common side effects include rash, nausea, headaches, vomiting, and abdominal pain. Most of these side effects quickly subside as 95% of the Chelation agents used for Atherosclerosis Chelation Therapy are excreted from the body within 24 hours. It can also remove vital vitamins and minerals from the body as the chelation process takes place. Most practitioners will offer a micronutrient infusion to replace any vital nutrients lost during Chelation Therapy.
What Are The Benefits?
Atherosclerosis Chelation Therapy has obvious benefits that have more recently been reevaluated by conventional medicine. Like the removal of plaque from arterial walls, not only for narrowing of arteries but also for total blockage of arteries. Which in turn helps reduce the risks of strokes and heart attacks as well as other symptoms associated with Cardiovascular Disease and Heart Disease. Certain groups of people also suffering from additional diseases such as diabetes and severe occlusive arterial disease have shown great improvement from Atherosclerosis Chelation Therapy. Atherosclerosis usually starts at a generally young age and worsens as we continually age. It has been shown that almost all people have some degree of Atherosclerosis by the age of 65. Cardiovascular Disease is also the #1 cause of deaths and disabilities around the world.
Who Is A Good Candidate?
Anyone who has cardiovascular disease or stenosis or occlusion of vascular arteries is a good candidate for Atherosclerosis Chelation Therapy. This type of chelation can be an alternative and preventive therapy to invasive and sometimes dangerous surgeries. Atherosclerosis Chelation Therapy is used to help reduce symptoms associated with cardiovascular disease like angina, high blood pressure, arrhythmia, shortness of breath, stroke, pain in the jaw, throat, neck, upper abdominal or back areas. It can also cause pain, weakness, numbness or coldness in the upper and lower extremities. This is because of blood vessels or arteries that are narrowed or blocked in these parts of the body.
People With A Family History Or Predisposition To Cardiovascular Disease
Some people are genetically predisposed to cardiovascular disease by certain factors like gene expression and family history of heart disease. Having regular physicals and routine lab work can help identify cardiovascular disease. Eating a healthy diet and exercising regularly can help decrease the risks of cardiovascular disease. If you or someone you know could benefit from Atherosclerosis Chelation Therapy contact Wellness IV Infusion Therapy today! Have a consultation with one of our Licensed Medical Providers and see if this IV Therapy is right for you
Atherosclerosis Chelation Therapy is a great option for people suffering from cardiovascular disease with atherosclerosis. As with any therapy it is necessary to weigh the risks versus the reward and have a medical practitioner help you make an informed decision. If you would like to know more about this IV Therapy or would like to set up a consultation for Chelation Therapy. Fill out the contact form below to contact Wellness IV Infusion Therapy now!
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