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General Introduction And Uses Of Chelation Therapy

By:   |   Jul 08, 2018   |   Views: 35   |   Comments: 0

Chelation Therapy is an effective, safe and economical cure to restore blood flow in patients of atherosclerosis without any type of surgery. Chelation therapy involves the intravenous infusion of a recommended medicine called Ethylene Diamine Tetra-Acetic, EDTA, plus minerals and vitamins at beneficial dosages.

EDTA chelation infusions are controlled by slow drip, circulating through the blood flow treating the complete arterial system removing undesirable metals from the body. Some metals such as iron, lead and mercury are poisons. Cadmium and lead levels correlate with high blood pressure.

Overload of iron can cause heart attacks. All metals, even important nutritional elements, are toxic in excess or when unusually situated. EDTA normalizes the division of most metallic elements in the body.

EDTA develops cholesterol and calcium metabolism by eliminating metallic catalysts which cause harm to cell membranes by creating Oxygen Free Radicals; free radical pathology is now supposed by many scientists to be a main contributing cause of atherosclerosis, diabetes, cancer and other diseases of aging.

Chelation therapy supports health by correcting the major underlying cause of arterial blockage, damaging oxygen free radicals are improved by the presence of metallic elements and work as a chronic pain to blood vessel wall and cell membranes. Scientific studies have proven that blood flow increases after chelation therapy. An entire program of chelation therapy involves a broad-based care program of normal exercise, vitamin and mineral supplementation, proper nutrition and avoidance of tobacco and other damaging routines.

Chelation therapy can be used in conjunction with most other therapies for heart disease. EDTA is well-matched with blood thinners, medicines for blood pressure, blood vessel dilators, calcium brokers, heart arrhythmias and beta blockers. The requirement for drugs is often decreased of eliminated after a course of chelation therapy.

Chelation therapy can be used widely as a preventative treatment, addressing free radical damage and thereby minimizing the danger of heart problems in the future, especially for those with high risk aspects, such as past history of smoking, cholesterol and other hereditary signs and drug and drink abuse.

Chelation therapy is one of the safest medical treatments. Not a single death has been directly caused by chelation therapy, when it is properly administrated by a doctor was fully trained and expert in the use of this therapy. Chelation therapy is best utilized to avoid Bypass Surgery. Patients routinely report reduction of their symptoms with an increasing sense of well being after chelation therapy.

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