Alpha 1-antitrypsin Deficiency and Shortness of Breath Treatment
A female presented to Wei Laboratories with alpha 1-antitrypsin deficiency and as a result had felt short of breath for the past 24 years. The deficiency had not yet resulted in development of COPD or liver problems. Other health conditions included fibromyalgia, adrenal fatigue, and the patient was also on antidepressants. Patient had a history of asthma which Dr. Anderson felt cleared out with no residual damage over the years.
Alpha 1-antitrypsin is a protease inhibitor produced by the liver that inhibits the elastase produced by neutrophil in the lungs. Deficiency is due to liver deficiency and can result in lung tissue damage and loss of elasticity leading to COPD. At the time, she was looking to relieve her shortness of breath and prevent future complications. The patient scheduled a consult with Dr. Anderson and he recommended Wei formulas Brown, Xcel, LC Balancer, and Gallbladder. Brown helps improve liver health and repair liver damage. LC Balancer is required to enhance microcirculation. Xcel improves adrenal gland and kidney function, and helps with the kidney's filtration and balancing of minerals. Gallbladder reduces gallbladder inflammation, increase liver and gallbladder contraction, and relax the bile duct.
Two weeks into treatment the patient was doing well. Her oxygen levels were sustained at healthy, normal levels. She experienced a spike in her fibromyalgia pain the first week and Dr. Anderson attributed this to the increased blood flow with the LC Balancer. 8 days later the pain spike had subsided however overnight her acid reflux tended to flare up. The patient noted that in the past her reflux was related to her gallbladder issues. Two weeks later her acid reflux had improved and was no longer bothering her. Overall she felt that her health had improved. The patient finished out the month worth of treatment on Wei formulas and deemed the solution a success.
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