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Made by every cell in the body, Glutathione (GSH) helps to prevent oxidative stress caused by free radicals. Factors like age may reduce your GSH levels and negatively affect your health, such as possibly resulting in disease.
Dr. Cabrera uses Glutathione IV (intravenous) Therapy for your health. As Glutathione quickly breaks down in the digestive system, a type of glutathione injection delivered directly into your bloodstream may provide the best benefits.
Glutathione is an antioxidant that binds to and removes free radicals from your body. It is a tripeptide made up of the amino acids glycine, cysteine, and glutamate.
Age may deplete your GSH levels, as may:
Glutathione IV Treatment aims to get rid of free radicals before they can cause oxidative stress.
When you do not have enough GSH to fight against free radicles, the resulting oxidative stress may lead to diseases like diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, and Alzheimer’s disease. It’s also believed that free radicals quicken signs of aging, like wrinkly skin.
Conditions that Glutathione IV Therapy may be beneficial for include:
Other possible benefits of IV Therapy include:
Dr. Cabrera will first review your medical history to see if Glutathione IV Therapy is for you. Pregnancy and liver conditions, for example, might make you a less-than-ideal candidate.
Your Glutathione IV Treatment at the Genesis Health Institute will last about 30 minutes. Once the infusion begins, you can relax. Your dose will depend on factors like the condition being addressed and your family history.
There is no aftercare, though eating and drinking within three hours is recommended. You can resume your daily activities right after you leave our office. Discomfort, bruising, or swelling at the injection site may occur.
Dr. Cabrera will discuss with you:
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