HeparD Vision| Get Rid of Alcohol Addiction -- Say No to Alcohol!

Alcoholism is a scourge of modern society, a terrible disease, from which millions of people suffer – both those who drink, and those who live with them. Is alcoholism curable, and what therapy would be most effective?

Alcoholism is a social problem that has medical roots. It is a progressing disease that is characterized by pathological dependency on ethanol. Alcoholism destroys the structure and functions of all body’s systems and organs.  

The Influence of Alcohol on the Brain and CNS

Alcoholic intoxication disturbs the functions of cerebrum, first of all, the activity of brain cortex, as well as other parts of CNS.

The brain suffers from alcohol intoxication most. It is explained mostly by the fact that alcohol remains in brain tissue for up to 15 days.

Even in small doses alcoholic drinks impede neurotransmission and cause thinking disorder. In the end constant poisoning by alcohol leads to:
  • reduction of the brain in size,
  • memory disturbances,
  • alcoholic psychosis,
  • visual and acoustic hallucinations,
  • disorders of consciousness
  • socially dangerous actions.

Pathologies of spinal cord may appear, for example alcoholic myelopathy — a noninflammatory spinal cord damage due to alcohol intoxication. This illness often causes gait disorders, the feeling of heaviness and pain during walking.

The disturbances of the excretory system appear as the result of neuroregulation disorders. Particularly, alcoholism may be accompanied by involuntary urination. 

Alcohol weakens hormonal activity of the adrenal cortex and hypophysis, which regulate the metabolism and functions of the genital glands. This leads to genital system disturbances for both men and women.

Delirium tremens is the last stage of the disease. A sick person suffers from anxiety, insomnia, visual and acoustic hallucinations.

The Influence of Alcohol on the Digestive System

Liver is the first to suffer from alcohol abuse. When it gets there, alcohol causes general poisoning of the body and, very often, inflammation of the liver.
The terminal stage of chronic alcohol liver poisoning is cirrhosis, a difficult and incurable disease. 

Gradually alcohol destroys secretory and motor digestion functions, which further cause vitamin and protein insufficiency and carbohydrate metabolism disturbance. Cases of oncological diseases of larynx, gullet, stomach and liver are not infrequent for those suffering from alcoholism.

One should not forget the harm of alcohol for the stomach. 

Alcohol drinks irritate the mucous coat of stomach. As the result, gastric juice is produced with little ferments and high content of hydrochloric acid. 

This complicates digestion of food, vitamins and microelements. Then dehydration of cells and tissue inflammation appears. Constant irritation of the mucous coat of stomach often leads to acute or chronic gastritis or pancreatitis — inflammation of the pancreas accompanied by heartburn and sharp pains. 

Those who suffer from alcoholism have bad appetite and they often drink without eating, which quickly exhausts the body.

The Influence of Alcohol on Cardiovascular system

When it reaches circulatory system, alcohol affects vessels and heart. According to scientific researches the illnesses of cardiovascular organs affect alcoholics 20 times more often than others.

Alcohol increases arterial tension, which further causes hypertension and other cardiovascular diseases. Pathologic processes appear not only in the heart, but also in arteries and vessels. This leads to the formation of thrombi and the development of trombophlebitis.

A Way to Help

Despite the obvious harm alcohol does to all body’s systems, the situation is not so hopeless as it seems.

There is a way to preserve one’s health and get rid of alcohol addiction — it is a new product HeparD from the Vision company.  

The unique formula of HeparD provides action in two directions:
  • fighting alcohol dependency
  • preventing withdrawal syndrome.

The double effect is the action of a “magic” component of this complex — kudzu.

This plant of a genus Pueraria was used in Ancient China for treating alcohol intoxication and dependency. Modern researches discovered that kudzu contains isoflavones, which impede the activity of the ferment that decomposes alcohol.

Thanks to that HeparD has no side effects when taken together with alcohol.

For that reason this complex is effective both:
  • when one refuses from alcohol voluntarily
  • when one’s family members want to help the sick person secretly.

HeparD decreases the want of alcohol considerably.

Natural ingredients of the complex prevent the development of depression and stress, characteristic of the withdrawal syndrome

Taking HeparD before drinking alcohol helps prevent hangover with its unpleasant symptoms: headache, dry mouth, sickness, thirst, tremor (shivering), irritability, reddened eyes, loss of appetite.  

HeparD diminishes the want of alcohol, helps overcome spree and avoid its recurrence, lifts abstinence syndrome and protects liver cells from alcohol intoxication.

Target audience to take HeparD:
  • Those, craving for alcohol;
  • Those, who want to reduce alcohol consumption;
  • Those, who want reduce frequency of alcohol consumption;
  • Those, who suffer from hangovers;
  • Those abstaining from alcohol in order to prevent slips and drinking bouts;
  • Those, experiencing “withdrawal syndrome”.
Recommended for adults to take 1 capsule twice per day during meals with water. 

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Nutripharma Ltd. group of Akropharma companies, Waterford - Ireland. 

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