Lipid therapy can also be referred to as therapeutic lipovenous injections. The therapy can be done in two ways, that is, removal of fat or injection of fat into the body. The removal of fat from the body is done for the purpose of fighting atherosclerosis through lowering the level of lipids in the blood. However, it is important to note that the therapy is only used to treat atherosclerosis caused by high levels of cholesterol. Also, in order for the desired results to be achieved, the therapy has to be combined with a series of exercises and a change in diet. The other lipid therapy which involves the injection of high-density animal lipids is done for the purpose of detoxification. This type of therapy is based on the belief that toxins tend to be soluble in fat which will aid in their breakdown and later released in stool.
Other than lipid therapy, there are other therapies that can be administered either intravenously, orally, through application or are non-invasive. They include;
• Nutritional Therapies
Nutritional therapies involve the administration of vitamins and minerals either orally or intravenously. They are mostly used to treat a nutrient deficiency in the body. An example of an intravenous nutrition therapy is the iv vitamin c therapy. On the other, milk thistle seed extract can be administered orally as a nutritional therapy.
• Oxidation therapies
Oxidation therapies are administered intravenously. They involve the injection of different compounds that will boost the oxygen level in the blood. Hydrogen peroxide and intravenous ozone therapy are some of the oxidation therapies.
• Neurofeedback therapies
Neurofeedback therapies are therapies used for the purpose of improving brain functioning. Neurofeedback and pulsed electromagnetic field therapy are some of the common biofeedback therapies.
All these therapies are have one thing in common, they all aim at reducing suffering and improving the quality of life. For some of these therapies, one does not even have to have an illness or disorder in order to seek them. They could be a way of preventing illness. An advantage of these therapies is that they do not only deal with the illness. However, they treat the root cause of the illness to ensure that the illness does not recur again. However, it before taking these treatments, it is important that you seek proper advice from your doctor to ensure your suitability.