Cellular Repair Therapy
WHAT IS CELLULAR REPAIR THERAPY?
Cellular Repair Therapy (CRT) is a substance-free anti-oxidant approach to health, wellness and recovery. The therapy improves cellular activities without pharmaceuticals. Cellular Repair Therapy leads to less DNA damage, faster repair of oxidative stress damage, anti-aging benefits, and stronger immunity.
CRT produces the same biological signal the human body makes to repair cell damage brought on by free radicals (also known as reactive oxygen species or ROS) and supplements it naturally. Counterbalancing everyday oxidative stress is key to healthy living and leads to:
- Better health
- Better vitality
- Improved longevity (healthy-aging & performance)
- Faster cellular recovery
Cellular Repair Therapy stimulates the body’s own oxidative response mechanisms. The benefits of better oxidative response include improved:
- Protection against and repair of free radical damage
- Ability to address adverse effects of aging
- Balance of immune system function
- Utilization of oxygen and nutrients
- Cellular activities including energy production and detoxification
Single Session: $30
5 Session Package: $135
10 Session Package: $260
Monthly Membership: $299
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How does Cellular Repair Therapy work?
The “good ROS” signal naturally created in the human body initiates cellular repair. Cellular Repair Therapy produces precisely the same signal, to boost repair, antioxidants, and regeneration. The signal is transferred through humidity (absorbed) and the effect is delivered to the recipient across humidified air. To enjoy the benefit, simply breathe in the device’s humidified air stream. The humidity transfers the signal to the body and, like many diagnostic or therapeutic signals, these signals immediately cascade throughout the entire body.
Visualizing the difference Cellular Repair Therapy makes
Cell damage is natural, and is going to occur. Cellular Repair Therapy cannot prevent cell damage, but is designed to help cells after the damage has already occurred. Here are three illustrations to explain how Cellular Repair Therapy helps repair cell damage. In each scenario, the free radicals or “bad ROS” are illustrated in red. The “good ROS” signals are illustrated in green.
In the first scenario, we see free radicals in red (the “bad ROS”) attacking a cell and causing cell damage to proteins, mitochondria, DNA, and the cell membrane. Also notice the green ROS signal, the body’s natural way of triggering repair. Once these “good” ROS emit their signal, they join the ranks of the “bad” ROS.
Here we show a great deal of free radical damage and assume little or no protection from supplementary antioxidants. This illustration shows no outside support for the body to recover from free radical damage.
In the second scenario, we show a better looking, or healthier cell. Here we assume the person is taking some preventive measures, primarily by supplementing with antioxidants in foods. Still the “good ROS” signal for repair remains the same.