Ischaemic Heart Disease

Ischaemic Heart Disease

 

                Lifestyle changes by reducing risk factors The reduction of risk factors is an important way to treat myocardial infarction from coronary artery disease. It also helps to prevent narrowing of the blood vessels and helps to reduce mortality from heart disease.


     

          Reducing risk factors is
     1. strictly refrain from smoking
     2. Reduce and control body weight to be within the standard criteria
     3. Exercise regularly
     4. Get enough sleep
     5. Find ways to manage stress, such as a hobby that likes to meditate, practice breathing.
     6. Control blood sugar and fat levels Blood pressure to normal To prevent the occurrence of diabetes High blood cholesterol And high blood pressure
     7. Avoid unnecessary exposure to heavy metals.
     8. diet control By choosing to have a diet that has appropriate energy and nutrients in every group
     9. There should be a blood test to assess the risk of coronary artery disease. Which is one of the causes of heart disease High blood pressure Paresis and paralysis can be checked from
         9.1 Measuring blood lipid levels The fat clinging to the artery wall (inside) is the cause of the hardening of the artery wall, which leads to the narrowing of blood vessels. If the blood vessels that supply the myocardial infarction reach the level that causes the blood that passes through the arteries to supply the heart muscle is not sufficient for the needs of the heart. Will cause myocardial infarction Blood lipid measurement
               - Total Cholesterol if there is a high level Causing the blood vessels to become stiff and clogged
               - LDL - Cholesterol if there is a high level Causing the blood vessels to become stiff and clogged
              - Triglyceride if there is a high level Causing the blood vessels to become stiff and clogged
              - HDL - Cholesterol helps transport the fat that sticks to the artery walls out. If having a high level, will help Can prevent atherosclerosis

         9.2 CRP (high sen.) And ESR levels that indicate inflammation in different parts of the body And vascular wall The fatty deposits in the arterial walls also cause inflammation of the arterial walls. Therefore, high CRP and ESR values ​​can predict the risk of arterial inflammation.

        9.3 Determination of Homocysteine ​​Levels If there is a high level of Homocysteine ​​in the blood, it will destroy the inner lining of the blood vessels. Resulting in fatty deposits clogging the blood vessels Which will increase the risk of coronary artery disease

        9.4 Determination of Ferritin Levels If there is a high level of Ferritin in the blood, the body is high in iron. Which will increase oxidation and increase the risk of coronary artery disease But if there is a low level of Ferritin in the blood, the body is low in iron and may be at risk of anemia.

        9.5 Detection of Fibrinogen Levels If high Fibrinogen levels cause platelets to coalesce And increase the risk of coronary artery disease

        9.6 Level measurement Apolioprotein A1 (Apo A1), which Apo A1 helps to transport fat that sticks to the artery wall out. If there is a high level, it will help prevent arteriosclerosis.


 




IV Chelation


              Detoxification by chelating by using EDTA mixed with vitamins and minerals that have an antioxidant effect intravenously. To get rid of toxic heavy metals such as lead, mercury, helping to reduce the amount of free radicals Helps to treat inflammation of the arterial walls. Helps to increase blood flow. And is also used to enhance the treatment of various diseases such as other toxic residues. Vascular inflammation Coronary artery disease, allergies, joint pain, etc., therefore helping you to have a healthy and strong Commonly used in the treatment of atherosclerosis. (Atherosclerosis) and degenerative diseases of the circulatory system in the body Including the ability to dissolve fat in the arterial walls. Disodium EDTA will help draw calcium from the fat that adheres to the artery walls. Resulting in increased blood vessel flexibility Because studies have shown that an increase in intracellular calcium causes the function of endothelial cells to cause platelet aggregation. Stimulate cells that act to collect foreign matter (Macrophage) to come out more Causing the artery walls to lose elasticity Until being a cause of arteriosclerosis (Atherosclerotic Vascular Disease), which Disodium EDTA has the ability to pull calcium from cells, resulting in the balance of calcium within the cells Prevent the occurrence of atherosclerosis (Atherosclerosis), including many research, found that the use of EDTA in combination with vitamins and minerals Has helped to increase the level HDL-Cholesterol Which is good fat in the body This type of fat will not bind to the artery wall and prevent heart disease. Toxins that remain in the body are the cause of free radicals. These free radicals contribute to the inflammation of the artery walls. Is the cause of degenerative diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, premature problems Including cancer

           Therefore, CHELATION THERAPY is involved in the prevention of inflammation of the artery walls. Prevent various degenerative diseases because EDTA helps to eliminate toxins from the body itself.

           Intravenous EDTA injections increase the excretion of heavy metals in the urine, and because EDTA is able to bind to heavy metals and urinate quickly Therefore helps the liver and kidneys to eliminate toxins from the body Preventing liver and kidneys from overworking. EDTA is highly safe Since the body can be eliminated in 48 hours, therefore there are no serious side effects. Aside from the potential for a headache.