Do you suffer for the following symptoms ?
Night Cramp in hands or feet, Fingers or toes that often feel cold, Your arms or legs often “go to sleep”, Is there a diagonal crease in your earlobe?, Do you experience numbness in the arms or legs?, A whitish ring under the outer cornea in your eye?, Do your lips or fingers often have a tingling sensation?, Breathless with slight exertion or when lying down?, On short walks, do your legs get aches or pains?, Is your memory worse than it used to be?, Ankles that swell late in the day?, Has your blood pressure increased lately?
If you answered yes to even one of these questions, you may have early warning signs of arterial blockages. Your body is saying that it’s time to make a change and put time ON your side. These are not the normal signs of aging. They are the warning signs that accompany blocked arteries.
What is chelation therapy ?
The purpose of Chelation therapy is to remove toxic metals and excess calcium from the body, as well as improve circulation. Chelation therapy is a course of intravenous (IV) EDTA (magnesium disodium Ethylene Diamine Tetracetic Acid) treatments combined with vitamins, minerals, a change in diet, and regular exercise. It is medically approved use is for acute or chronic lead poisoning. However, since its beginnings in clinical use, it has been reported to have benefit in treating everything from arthritis to cancer. EDTA is a synthetic amino acid. Amino acids are the building blocks of protein. EDTA is a common food preservative, helps preserve blood specimens for lab testing, and is even used in solution to keep donor hearts alive while awaiting transplant.
The word Chelation is derived from the Greek word “chele,” which means to grab onto like a claw. Chelation is a natural process. It is involved in many vital metabolic life functions from chlorophyll in plants to iron on hemoglobin in human blood. Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) and garlic are other common natural chelators. EDTA grabs onto metals in the circulatory system and does not let go. The EDTA and the toxic metals are then removed from the body through the urine.
In today’s industrialized world we are inundated with toxins through what we breathe, eat, and drink. Every year, 6000 new chemicals are being produced that are entering our environment and could affect our health: air pollution from industry and automobiles enters our bodies through our lungs, water pollutants like lead and iron enters through our stomachs, food pollutants like insecticides and hormones enter through our gastrointestinal systems. All of these pollutants are toxic and can damage our cells.
When our bodies start accumulating toxins faster than they can be eliminated, our tissues begin to store them. These stored toxins initiate degenerative processes that can lead to diseases such as cancer, heart disease, and arthritis. Chelating agents-substances that latch on to and carry toxins out of the body-can help free us of this destructive load.
All Disease Originates at the Cellular Level
All human life starts from two cells, which divide and grow and divide and grow, first forming an embryo, then a fetus, and eventually forming an adult human. Every process that goes on in the body is controlled at the cellular level, and the function of every cell in the body is regulated by its cell membrane. Every disease starts with damage to a cell membrane which then leads to altered or decreased cell function. Chronic diseases such as atherosclerosis, diabetes, high blood pressure, and cancer, do not start in one day or all of a sudden. Disease occurs after years of cellular damage when the body’s ability to repair itself has been overrun.
Free radicals are reactive molecules with an unpaired electron. Nature likes to have pairs of electrons. A molecule with an unpaired electron will steal an electron from a stable molecule creating another unpaired electron and a chain reaction from molecule to molecule. When this happens in a human cell, the end result is cell membrane damage. Many metals promote the production of free radicals and therefore promote cell membrane damage. Compounds known as antioxidants are used by the body to prevent the damage done by free radicals. Chelation therapy removes the metals that promote free radical damage and also supports the body’s natural defense from free radicals by supplying high levels of antioxidants.
How is Chelation Therapy administered?
Chelating agents are given through an IV drip, typically into the arm, under the supervision of a registered nurse. The drip itself is generally painless, although you may feel a sting when the needle is inserted. The drip takes 1-3 hours to infuse, during which time you can relax in the comfort of the IV Clinic which provides plush recliners, reading material, wi-fi, and refreshments.
Are there any side effects?
Severe side effects from IV Chelation Therapy are very uncommon, however you may experience mild effects such as facial flushing, thirst, mild dizziness.. Nursing staff are on hand to provide the best care to patients and offer support and advice.
The cost of each drip varies depending on the type and quantity of chelating ingredients. For specific pricing, please contact Dr. One Clinic reception, after discussing infusion requirements with your doctor, on (66) 053-285088, 083-949-0841 or by emailing : firstname.lastname@example.org
How to make an appointment
To make an appointment at the Dr. One Clinic, please contact reception on (+66) 053-285088, 083-949-0841