Tuesday, October 24, 2017

What are some of Chelation side effects and benefits? This is a question many people want to know the answer to, and if you are one of those people, then you can continue to read on. Throughout this article we will discuss what the potential benefit of Chelation therapy are, as well as potential side effects you should be aware of. Knowing what the side effects are is just as important as knowing what the benefits are because it can help you determine whether or not you should receive Chelation therapy. With that said, here are some Chelation therapy benefits and side effects.

The Side Effects

There are a number of potential side effects associated with Chelation agents. Fever and chills is one potential side effect, and so are convulsions, seizures, a drop in blood pressure levels and nausea and vomiting. Asides from that, when the IV is injected, you might feel a burning sensation. Diarrhea and headaches, as well as a tightness in the chest are other side effects that have been associated with Chelation. It is worth mentioning that some of these side effects are very rare, which means your chances of developing them may not be much.

In short, if you receive IV Chelation, then some of the side effects or symptoms you may experience include:

  • Burning sensation upon being injected
  • Fever and/or chills
  • Headaches
  • Nausea and/or vomiting

The Benefits Chelation Offers To People

One of the best things about Chelation is that it could prevent the hardening of the arteries, and if you are no aware of this, then you should know that if your arteries hardened up, then this can lead to various health complications. The reason why this type of therapy is good at this is because it reduced free radical generation toxic metals. Also, not many people know this, but Chelation is thought to be able to rebalance hormones. Another benefit is that those who receive Chelation may experience anti-aging benefits, as well as experience cosmetic benefits such as better skin texture and tone, and hair that is more lustrous and light age spots to name just a few.

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