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Tyup-Aid

SKU: Tyup
$150.00Price
  • What is TYUP-AID? :

     

    TYUP-AID is a powerful equine specific dietary supplement formula that specifically aids in the prevention and maintenance of horses that may be susceptible to or suffer from the condition of Sporadic or Chronic Exertional Rhabdomyolysis (Tying-Up Syndrome). TYUP-AID naturally acts by neutralising acidity levels within the body as a result of poor diet, endocrine function, heavy exertion through exercise and or stress; as well as predispositions associated with genetics. TYUP-AID assists with promoting greater digestive function and assimilation of vital nutrients, which further enables optimum muscular function and recovery. By neutralising abnormally elevated acidity levels, balancing vital organ and or body systems and nutritionally enriching cells, TYUP- AID holistically aids in the prevention and or management of Exertional Rhabdomyolysis.

     

    What benefits may TYUP-AID achieve? :

     

    • Assists with the prevention and or management of the condition of Tying-up (exertional rhabdomyolysis) within horses susceptible to the condition
    • Aids in neutralising abnormally high acidity levels within vital body systems
    • Promotes healthy digestive function (assimilation and elimination)
    • Supports the immune system (innate and adaptive)
    • Assists in promoting healthy development and function of the musculoskeletal system
    • Reduces recovery downtime and general muscular soreness
    • Reduces behavioural signs associated to the stress caused as a result of tying up syndrome
    • Reduces muscular fibre breakdown and lactic acid output
    • Assists in the management of highly strung fillies or mares
    • Balances vitamin and or mineral deficiencies
    • Promotes greater health and well-being

     

    Why Use Tyup-Aid?

     

    TYUP-AID is a safe, easy to use dietary supplement that is formulated specifically for horses that are predisposed to or present signs of Sporadic and or Chronic Exertional Rhabdomyolysis (Tying-Up Syndrome). Tying-Up Syndrome can reduce quality of life (chronic), whilst forcing the animal to prematurely retire from its career. To date, there are no cures for the condition; but rather management plans associated to ensure the animal’s clinical signs/presentation and or predisposing factors to this particular condition are managed effectively. TYUP-AID has a vital role within the management plan of Rhabdomyolysis, therefore improving prognostic factors and improving the overall health and well-being of the affected animal. For further information on management plans associated with the condition of your horse, please do not hesitate to contact our friendly team directly on the details noted. We would gladly be of assistance.

     

     

    *Also available in 10kg & 20kg size options. Please contact our friendly team directly for pricing and shipping costs.

     

    For further information on management plans associated with the condition of your horse, please do not hesitate to contact the friendly team directly at Bio-Med Animal Health for any assistance required. 

    Bio-Med Animal Health products can be voluntary consumed and do not reduce voluntary feed intake.

     

    FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ON THIS PRODUCT, PLEASE FEEL FREE TO CONTACT OUR FRIENDLY TEAM FOR A PRODUCT FACT SHEET

    *This product and or information provided is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Bio-Med Animal Health advise to consult with a licensed veterinary practitioner whenever health advice and or treatment is required for your animal.