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As I mentioned before, circulation diseases can be very advanced before they are discovered. In such cases therapeutic intervention may be needed and the obvious one, the one which is destined to become the base from which all other measures can stem, is revolutionary, safe and effective chelation therapy.
Overwhelming evidence shows that this, followed by a sensible regime of exercise, diet and relaxation can disperse even advanced arterial plaque and free up the entire arterial system.
Aims of Circulation Therapy, including Chelation-There are many options to consider in the treatment of this complex disease, of which for a small percentage, the surgical option is not to be discounted. This should be viewed, however, according to the opinions of chelating physicians, from a completely different point of value. Instead of its being used as an early option, it should be used as the last in a line of options. To quote the words of Dr Wayne Perry, Medical Director of the Arterial Disease Clinic in London. ‘Surgery is becoming more and more aggressive and happening sooner and sooner. You’re also getting younger and younger people with less advanced arterial disease having it. Of course the results are going to be better but what of the long-term picture? They will only be faced with further operations in the future.’
Dr Perry joins major chelating physicians in eliciting what is a consensus of modern values to be considered when selecting a programme of circulation therapy:
Facility to improve the quality of life long-term
Reduction of symptoms
Reduction of drug therapy and supportive medication
Prevention of the surgical option
Given these values, the basis of new thought in beating existing heart and circulatory disease is:
A course of chelation therapy
Supportive (and complementary) oxygen therapy
Diet and nutritional measures
Appropriate exercise routines
Lifestyle/relaxation adaptations as may be necessary
Some people may only need one or two of these measures: others, many of whom may have had surgery or be contemplating it, may need regular maintenance with a therapy such as chelation and regular health maintenance programmes. It all depends on the stage of the disease and other risk factors, such as where a person lives, what they do for a living, how stressful their life is, etc. You can judge your risk factor by reading the ensuing list and processing the diagrammatic form.

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