By the time most people reach their thirties, blockages that disrupt the flow of blood already exist within their arteries. These blockages are caused by plaque buildup that restricts the flow of oxygen-rich blood and life-sustaining nutrients from the heart to the rest of the body. In other words, the plaque buildup in your arteries can be compared to a plumbing problem. For example, when sludge forms on the inside of a pipe it causes a clog or blockage and similar enough, this is what happens in your arteries.
Reducing cholesterol intake can help prevent plaque from forming, but most of the time more needs to be done. In serious cases, the consequences of this damage result in cardiovascular disease with plaque deposits in the blood vessels, liver damage, kidney damage and brain damage. For preventative measures, maintaining a healthy lifestyle is a start. Staying away from alcohol and nicotine will reduce your risk of plaque buildup. It is also paramount to maintain a healthy weight, eat healthy foods and exercise regularly.
Here are prevention tips:
Increase water intake: Cut back on sugar-loaded drinks that can contribute to declining health.
Follow up with your doctor: Maintain regular medical checkups.
Reduce protein intake: You may want to avoid proteins that are high in fat.
Eat more fruits and vegetables: Select leafy greens and avoid fruits that contain a lot of sugar.
When it comes to treatment, the use of IV infusions is known to be very helpful in dissolving plaque buildup in the arteries. PlaqueX is a compound medicine that contains polyunsaturated phosphatidylcholine. IV Liquid Assets offers PlaqueX IV infusions that aid in dissolving plaque in the arteries. PlaqueX IV therapy restores cell membrane function, which normalizes cell metabolism and helps to clear out plaque deposits while improving the function of all organs, including the liver and kidneys.
PlaqueX reduces LDL cholesterol and triglycerides, while increasing HDL cholesterol. It also improves the blood flow properties, which allows blood to flow smoothly without the use of blood thinners. It is administered intravenously over a period of 90 minutes. A minimum of 20-40 PlaqueX infusions is suggested for optimal results. In severe cases of heart disease, up to 45 or more treatments with PlaqueX may be required for relief.
If you are interested in finding out whether PlaqueX might benefit you, we encourage you to schedule an appointment to speak with one of our knowledgeable nurses who can discuss your symptoms, history and determine if this technique is suitable for you.
American Heart Association
National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute