A recent Australian study found that exposure to wildfire air pollution triggers cardiovascular events especially in the elderly.
I have a patient who splits her time between Rockland County and Northern California. She had wildfire fine particulate matter air pollution exposure and came home with respiratory difficulties, chronic throat irritation and unrelenting nasal congestion. I'm thinking about the continually devastating fires in Northern California and how they will trigger cardiovascular events and autoimmune conditions.
Besides Ozone therapies, I have a specific remedy for smoke inhalation from fire.
Ozone Inhalation Therapy
She came in for a series of ozone inhalation treatments. These treatments improved her symptoms greatly. When she returned to California and had subsequent exposures to wildfires and heavy pollen counts her symptoms returned. We continued ozone inhalation, ramped up her Xymogen's NAC, Vitamin C and Curcuplex 95. She took the leap and added I.V. ozonated saline to purify her blood and lymph.
The Aussie study found a 6.98% increase in cardiac arrests when ambient air was contaminated by wildfire smoke. This correlation was observed in adults 65 and older. There was a definite increase in cardiovascular admission during increased air pollution exposures in Victoria, Australia.
A cardiologist from Philly, Dr. Alfred Bove, stated, " particulate contamination can alter autonomic activity and negatively affect cardiovascular health."
- Avoid wildfire exposures when you can. Stay inside and keep the air filter running 24/7.
- Increase your green juicing, fruit and vegetable consumption.
- Infra-Red sauna three times per week, restorative yoga, trampoline
- DFH's Detoxification packets One packet twice daily
- Second Nature Care ozone inhalation treatments - 3 sequential treatments post exposure then twice a week for two weeks.