With the air quality being so poor lately due to the surrounding fires, the concentration of inhaled toxins is much higher than normal. As a consequence, our bodies are continually working to repair the damage endured to the lining of the lungs.
The way the lungs mitigate damage is through the release of a potent anti-oxidant molecule called glutathione and so an appropriate preventative measure is a treatment of inhaled aerosolized (or nebulized) glutathione.
Who should consider this treatment?
- Anyone with an existing respiratory condition including: asthma, bronchitis, pneumonia, COPD, chronic cough, chronic sinusitis, smokers and others.
- Anyone with worsening general symptoms since the arrival of the smoke, including: cough, fatigue, headaches, allergies, shortness of breath and others
- The elderly.
- Anyone concerned about the ill effects of the change in air quality, even with no symptoms present.
Treatments take only 10-15mins and should be repeated weekly or until symptoms resolve. Cost is $40
Dr. Sal Meli