New Chelation, The Answer For Peripheral Arterial Disease-7470d

Health Peripheral arterial disease, known in the media as PAD, may doom a person to a life of pain and disability. However, there is hope with this new in home secret weapon, a way of administering EDTA effectively in the home in an affordable way. But do not confuse it with oral chelation because it is far more effective. But what is PAD? Let’s dissect that term and figure it out. Peripheral means away or distant from the central trunk of the body. In this case it means affecting the limbs, primarily the legs. Of course arterial refers to the arteries of the legs, the blood vessels that carry the blood from the heart to the tissues. Disease means something wrong with the arteries. In the case of PAD, the arteries most commonly are hardened by deposits of cholesterol, toxins and calcium, known as arteriosclerosis. These deposits narrow the interior of the artery. The more the artery narrows, the less blood can flow to the tissues. The tiny arteries that feed the tissues develop hardeneing in PAD. Eventually the arteries may become so clogged that no blood can flow through them, called occlusive peripheral arterial disease. As arteries narrow and blood flow decreases, increasingly severe symptoms develop. At first a person may notice leg pain when walking for several blocks. Eventually any walking may induce leg pain and cause the person to have to stop and rest frequently before resuming walking. As the PAD progresses the whole body may be at risk of death from the gangrene that can develop in the legs or feet. Sometimes surgery to improve blood flow in the large arteries increases the blood flow enough to prevent amputation of the leg. Unfortunately amputation of the leg may be required if the small arteries become blocked because surgery cannot bypass every tiny artery. But amputation can be avoided when the person with PAD knows the secret weapon for reversing this obstruction, chelation therapy for peripheral artery disease. But stop that PAD before it gets that bad by using this most valuable weapon. A stitch in time saves nine. So what is chelation? Chelate means claw or hold onto. EDTA, the main ingredient used in chelation therapy grabs and holds onto the calcium, lead, cadmium and other toxic metals that deposit in the arterial walls. EDTA chelation binds to these obstructing toxic metals and flushes them out of the body through the kidneys and bowel. It can enter these tiniest of arteries, ones that surgeons could never bypass, and gradually cleans out the obstructing material. With more room on the interior of these blood vessels the blood once again flows through them bringing vital nutrients and oxygen to the starving tissues. The more oxygen and nutrients enter the tissues, the farther a person with PAD can walk before experiencing pain. Over time that person regains the ability to walk long distances without pain. The toes get pink again and the legs and feet are once again alive. At one time edta chelation was a long, tedious, expensive process that required a person to sit in a doctor’s office for 3 hours per IV treatment. Most people with PAD required 30-60 treatments because they had extensive arteriosclerosis (hardening of the arteries) throughout their bodies. Each treatment cost at least $100 to $125 for a total of 3000 to 6000 dollars or more over a 3 to 6 month time period. But folks who desperately needed edta chelation found major barriers to receiving it due to the time and money costs and because of the unavailabiltiy of chelating doctors. So they continued to suffer or lose their legs to amputation or even lost their lives. With this in home, cheaper, safer and much less time consuming way to administer edta those with PAD can breath a sigh of relief. Beware. This is not oral chelation. Edta orally can rob you of much needed minerals and is not aborbed well. This new chelation method takes only 1-2 minutes every other evening, works while you sleep and you can order it yourself. What a blessing edta chelation is for those with PAD. Copyright (c) 2009 Bessie Jo Tillman About the Author: 相关的主题文章: