Is your dog already having “full-on seizures or epileptic fits”? If you’re witnessing this on a regular basis, even with vet prescribed substances in use, you can’t afford further delay. You don’t want things to escalate. The information offered here can help you understand how to support an “enzymes enabled” detox process that can turn things around. Toxin buildup in the body, which is compounded by elements found in most dog foods as well as many prescribed items, can be a major factor in the onset of seizures or epileptic events. NZYMES® supplementation can give your pet a natural/effective edge against the onset of seizure episodes. This page will also reveal how stress and many other factors can be major contributors to seizure onset, while introducing you to highly effective yet all-natural answers to your worries. Our “super-food” formula, in NZYMES® Antioxidant Treats, has proven itself thousands of times in the face of such challenges – as can be seen from related REVIEWS below. You can also check out our Success Stories (at page bottom), OR the Product Reviews – which you can see by clicking the Bottle picture, and selecting the Reviews Tab.
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Furthering Your Understanding of Dog Seizure Issues
Common Dog Seizure Symptoms
Some people have dogs that are already showing signs of “early onset” seizure problems – such as occasional panting, drooling, shaking, tremors, minor convulsions, bicycling feet, or Petit-mal episodes. These symptoms could be early signs of a body building-up “degenerative elements” that can often escalate into more serious seizure issues. And, If not checked and managed properly, they can lead to more severe events such as Grand-Mal episodes.
Toxins & Dog Seizure Issues
What we’re talking about with ‘degenerative elements’, is the build-up of toxin and free-radical levels within the body! You see warnings on TV, but did you know that virtually all prescribed substances, including heart-worm and flea preventatives, are likely to increase toxin buildup in liver and kidneys? This lowers the body’s immune capabilities, which is counter-productive as seizures go. Also, many pet foods and “treats” use chemical additives and food coloring along with other food ingredients such as wheat flour or wheat gluten, where evidence has shown these to be possible key activators for seizure events. Such lower-grade foods and treats are often major contributors to seizures in dogs and should be removed from the diet. (See Foods Recommended)
Stress as a Factor with Dog Seizures
Now, as to the STRESS issue. Stress has many faces, especially for dogs. Some dogs are highly excitable; they get wound up when the family comes home or someone comes to the door. It may be the vacuum cleaner or when a fire truck drives by that sparks your pet, but stress comes from many areas. Think about fireworks (July 4th) or lightning and thunder. Grieving over the loss of a family member or another family pet can also spur the release of stress hormones. Likewise, moving to a new, unfamiliar area, especially cross-country, is another factor which can promote stress and release of harmful hormones. So, stress and toxin build-up are are the two things to worry about for seizure onset. The NZYMES® can help control the latter.
Natural Options for Dealing with Seizures in Dogs
This problem is much easier to manage when you recognize and catch things early on. As we’ve illustrated, the better job you can do to control seizure onset, the safer your dog will be. For the toxin part of the equation, you’ll need a dual approach: (1) help the body to cleanse toxins on a daily basis; (2) do what you can to prevent toxin-building elements from entering the body. Part 1 of this approach is easy, simply provide a small daily supplement which FUELS the body’s production of its own Antioxidant enzymes, which handle the detoxification process. Part 2 is a bit more complex; first, select a more natural diet which is mostly void of elements of that contribute to toxin build-up, then avoid likely more dangerous elements by using more natural methods for flea and heartworm control. Aside from the toxin issue, we encourage you to always be aware of the stress factor and do what you can to either de-stress your pet or be aware of situations that are likely to raise stress levels, including over-excitement. However, positive changes only start to show once you begin the process of cleansing the body. That’s where NZYMES® can play a vital role!
Nzymes Antioxidant Treats for Pets
The NZYMES® Antioxidant Treats provide your dog’s body with a concentrated enzyme-rich, super food source plus powerful natural antioxidant protection. Antioxidant Enzymes, like Super-oxide Dismutase, Catalase, Glutathione Peroxidase and others are at the forefront of maintaining cellular health. These particular Enzymes expel toxins from the body, starting at the cellular level. When cells are healthy, vital, and clean, better health naturally follows. This is why we expect less seizure activity, shorter events, and faster recovery after events. Many times, seizure activity simply stops occurring. The live ingredients add the key nutrition needed to cleanse toxins and free radicals from soft tissues to maintain the normal healthy functioning immune system.
There is much we can say about these NZYMES® Antioxidant Treats. As our #1 product, we feel this superfood nutritional support is needed by every pet, every day, and is key to helping the body with improved nutrient uptake needed to maintain strong bones, joints, muscles, tissues, hair follicles, energy production and many other metabolic functions. With 60 Treats (chewable tabs) per bottle, this should be an approximate 2-month supply for a dog 10-60 lbs., except for periods where doubling may be needed for extra help.
Try our NZYMES® Antioxidant Treats and see for yourself within the next 120 DAYS. If the product does not live up to your expectations, your product costs will be gladly refunded. But, we highly recommend you give it the full 120-days before making your request. We ask you to place a calendar on your refrigerator and note when a new seizure occurs with your dog – especially where highly infrequent seizure activity is involved, as greater amounts of degeneration can take much longer for the body to CLEAN UP.
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