Heart Health

What Causes Them

There are congenital defects and forms of cardiovascular disease that require specialist treatment and intervention. These are not addressed here. We are referring to ways otherwise healthy hearts can be comprised by conditions in other parts of the body. Overactive or underactive thyroid creates an imbalance in thyroid hormones regulating cardiac function. Menopause reduces estrogen levels that are believed to protect against heart disease. Build up of heavy metals in the tissues or parasites in the intestines were linked to a range of cardiac problems in recent studies.

How We Treat Them

The Hall Center takes a holistic approach, helping prevent heart disease by restoring your full body to optimal health. Sensitive, targeted testing detects hormonal imbalances, heavy metal toxicity or parasites which can damage the heart. Once these are identified, we don’t miss a beat. We replenish critical hormones with bioidentical replacements from pure, natural sources. We detoxify the body with customized supplement, RF, or I.V. cleansing therapies. Your heart will ♥ them.

This Condition is treated through the Hall Core Program. Consultation visits may focus on this issue along with other health concerns.