Glutathione Injections

Glutathione is a powerful antioxidant that helps maintain good health by playing an important role in detoxifying the body. When the body doesn’t produce enough of it, it can lead to negative health consequences, but supplementing with Glutathione injections can help combat this.

Why Take Glutathione Injections?

Taking Glutathione injections can help improve overall health by providing the body with a crucial antioxidant that helps boost the immune system, improve nutrient absorption, and protect against chronic diseases. Additionally, as we age, our levels of glutathione naturally decrease, making it important to maintain healthy levels through supplementation.

Benefits of Glutathione Injections

  • Helps fight against arthritis
  • Reduces oxidative stress
  • Maintains good health
  • Reduces common respiratory issues
  • Detoxifies the body 
  • Boosts circulation in arteries and helps reduce plaque 
  • Reverses cell damage for those with fatty livers
  • Can calm down the effects of Parkinson’s disease 
  • Increases fat burning instead of storing fat
  • Reduces diabetes damage 

Treatment Summary

Procedure Time

10 minutes

Results seen in

Immediately

Potential Effects

None

Downtime

None

Back to work

Immediately

Anaesthetic

Not required

Frequently Asked Questions

Glutathione is a tripeptide antioxidant that is naturally produced by the body in the liver. It is composed of the amino acids, glycine, cysteine, and glutamic acid. Unlike other antioxidants that come from food, the body can create its own supply of glutathione.

Glutathione has several important roles in overall health, including boosting the immune system, breaking down nutrients in food, and protecting against chronic diseases like Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, diabetes, and certain types of cancer.

It is also required in tissue building, making chemicals and proteins, and proper functioning of immune system. 

As people age, their levels of glutathione tend to decrease. This is why maintaining healthy levels of glutathione is important to stay healthy. 

 

Glutathione deficiency can manifest in various ways, including anaemia, metabolic acidosis, frequent infections, and neurological issues like seizures, intellectual disability, and ataxia. 

Patients can determine deficiency by measuring the levels of glutathione in their blood. This information can then be used to determine appropriate dietary measures to increase glutathione levels and improve overall health. 

As a powerful antioxidant, Glutathione helps to reduce oxidative stress and reverse cell damage, particularly for those with fatty livers. There are several other benefits of Glutathione injection such as: 

  • Reduces common respiratory issues
  • Reverses cell damage for those with fatty livers
  • Boosts circulation in arteries and helps reduce plaque
  • Helps fight against arthritis
  • Can calm down the effects of Parkinson’s disease
  • Reduces oxidative stress
  • Detoxifies the body
  • Maintains good health
  • Increases fat burning instead of storing fat
  • Reduces diabetes damage 

The recommended frequency for taking glutathione injections is 1-3 times per week for a duration of 4-8 weeks. 

Any sort of injection can cause bruising, so doctors recommend icing the area after receiving a glutathione shot (try using a cold pack for 10 to Bruising: Injections can cause bruising, so doctors may advise icing the injection site to reduce swelling. 

Temporary Discomfort: Some people may experience temporary discomfort, including headaches or pain. It can be relieved with over-the-counter pain medication as recommended by a doctor. This discomfort typically subsides within a few days as the body adjusts to the glutathione.

After receiving a glutathione injection, you can usually return to your daily activities without any recovery time or additional medication.

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