Chelation is the treatment to eliminate the accumulated toxins from heavy metal poisoning. A build-up of heavy metals like lead, mercury, arsenic, cadmium,etc. has an adverse effect on the blood vessels in our body. This novel treatment binds the chelators to heavy metals in our bloodstream and helps reduce stress and plaque accumulation. Plaque formation is dangerous as it thickens the blood vessels, which, in turn, decreases the amount of blood flow. Chelation has other benefits as well. It reduces high blood pressure, arteriosclerosis, etc. and is also known for curing diabetes, Alzheimer’s disease, severe headaches, autism, etc.
Heavy Metals – the Silent Killer
Heavy or high-density metals are everywhere around us. They are present in the food we eat, the water we drink, the air we breathe in, and the day-to-day products we use. In this age of technology, we are batting environmental hazards every day, struggling to keep pollution levels in check. Heavy metal poisoning occurs when traces of these minuscule atoms exceed the acceptable level mark in our body. These metals can cause or aggravate chronic diseases and even cancer.
The Importance & Process
Chelation therapy is said to treat several other diseases as well. But extensive medical research has established the fact that it is an important treatment to revitalize your body. Not only the pollutants that affect everything we need to live on this earth, but our sedentary lifestyle has also exposed us to several health risks. In addition to that, many of us indulge in bad habits like smoking. In this cut-throat competitive environment, stress is said to affect more than 75 % of the population in the world. These pollutants, chemicals, and bad habits stimulate the formation of free radicals that are known for damaging cellular components. Thus, such a trailblazing medical treatment like chelation therapy is gaining more and more importance each and every passing day.
Chelation usually involves the intravenous administration of ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (EDTA) for treating the impaired blood vessels. Other common chelators include dimercaptosuccinic acid and dimercaprol.
Patients are advised to drink plenty of fluids and maintain a solid diet after the treatment.
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