Chelation is a chemical process that binds metals or minerals to another substance so that the body can expel them. Chelation is a name derived from the Greek word “chele,” which meaning “to claw” (key-lay-shun). A chelating agent that may bind (claw) heavy metal ions and remove them through the kidneys is administered as part of chelation therapy. It has been used to treat calcium overload (hypercalcemia) and heavy metal toxicity since the early 1900s. Integrative medicine practitioners have been using it to treat cardiac disease since the 1950s.
The development of cardiac disease has long been linked to heavy metals like lead, cadmium, mercury, and arsenic. Cell function is hampered as these poisonous metals replace the vital metals in our bodies, such as copper and iron. Heavy metals encourage oxidative stress, free radical damage, and inflammation, which results in endothelial dysfunction, the precursor to heart disease. Nitric Oxide, a vasodilator, cannot be secreted by the endothelium (the layer of cells lining the blood arteries and inner surface of the heart) when it is injured. The arteries become rigid as a result and are unable to unwind. Increased shear stress, vessel wall damage, and atherosclerosis (plaque build-up in arteries) are all effects of stiff arteries.
How does Chelation Therapy work?
As a result of the accumulation of calcium, other heavy metals, and cholesterol crystals in a damaged section of the blood artery, an atherosclerotic plaque (block in the normal blood flow) forms. The blood flow is obstructed as the plaque grows larger and larger, causing chest pain, shortness of breath, and heart attack (myocardial infarction). Chelation Therapy works by binding calcium and other heavy metals (lead, mercury, cadmium, and arsenic) in the blood vessel and removing them, which improves circulation and alleviates symptoms in patients with diabetes, heart disease, and hypertension. It improves the transport of oxygen and nutrients to tissues by reducing endothelial dysfunction and restoring the blood vessel’s capacity to produce nitric oxide (a vasodilator).
Is Chelation Therapy Safe?
The key to Chelation Therapy is selecting the right chelating agent (NaEDTA, CaEDTA, or DMSA) for each patient, as well as the dosage, frequency, and length of infusions, as well as how to evaluate treatment effectiveness.
Our experts have extensive expertise in Chelation Therapy thanks to the thousands of patients they have treated over the previous 22 years.
Chelation Therapy Cost
Chelation therapy is very cost-effective and can be affordable for everyone. For this treatment, we are infusing the medicine through IV. A drip is given once/ twice/ thrice a week, depending upon the patient’s treatment plan. So, patients have to pay per drip charge. We will not force patients to pay charges on the first day.
Chelation Therapy at Home
The chelation therapy treatment doctor will do the clinical examinations, medical reports, and patient complaints. Depending upon the complaint or improvement or worsening patient’s symptoms; we will change the dosage so chelation therapy at home is not advisable.
Benefits of chelation therapy
According to research conducted currently, patients with problems from diabetes see the greatest benefits from chelation therapy. One of the most popular treatments to get rid of toxins from your body and give you a renewed life is chelation therapy.
- minimizing heart attack sufferers’ symptoms such as palpitations, dyspnea, and chest discomfort.
- To stop heart attacks
- Help lessen diabetic neuropathy symptoms
- Reduces gangrene, discoloration, and other symptoms in individuals whose legs had less blood flow.
- Rehabilitates diabetic foot ulcers.
- Potential Negative Effects
- Allergic responses
- Momentary renal dysfunction
Chelation therapy should only be used under the guidance of a trained medical expert because it has some negative effects. Therefore, before choosing chelation therapy, you should research the clinics that offer it in India and speak with them to verify their level of experience.
Can Chelation Therapy be used after Angioplasty (PTCA) and Bypass (CABG)?
Yes! Although bypass surgery should be avoided whenever possible, Chelation Therapy has been quite helpful for many patients who have already undergone one or more bypass procedures, frequently with little to no benefit. The standard must be applied to every circumstance. What course of treatment, combination of treatments, or sequence of treatments is most appropriate for the particular issues this person has?
About Safety and Side Effects of Chelation Therapy
One of the safest medical procedures is chelation therapy. Over ten thousand treatments have been given to more than 5,000 individuals over the course of the last 22 years. Chelation therapy has never been directly responsible for death when properly administered by a doctor who is fully qualified and follows the recommended ACAM protocol.
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