ABSCESS   
ACID/ALKALI   
ACNE   
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AGE SPOTS   
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ALCOHOLISM   
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WHOOPING COUGH   

HEART ATTACK

Your heart is the most important and strongest muscle of your body and it is important to do what you can to keep it healthy and prevent the different types of heart disease that can affect you. Your heart depends on oxygenated blood to it through the coronary arteries that surround it. If these arteries are clogged or constricted by atherosclerosis, which is the deposit of fatty plaques in the arteries the heart may be deprived of oxygen and this is how a heart attack can occur. If the blood flow is not restored within minutes parts of the heart muscle will begin to die, which will permanently damage the heart muscle.

The primary symptom of a heart attack is a consistent deep and severe pain in the chest, which is often described as a heavy pressure. Also common symptoms include discomfort in the left arm, neck and back, shortness of breath, cold sweat, nausea, vomiting and light-headedness. It is important to note here that heart attack symptoms can be different for men and women and these symptoms may be present for up to 12 hours before you notice them. Since women are more likely to have pain between their shoulder blades than in their chest, it is important to understand the difference so you know when you may be experiencing a heart attack.

The most common reason for a heart attack is the partial or complete blockage of the main arteries that supply the oxygen to your heart. The second most common reason for a heart attack is what is called arrhythmia, which refers to a condition where your heart is no longer pumping enough blood to ensure its own supply is sufficient. For many people, there are no evident reasons for a heart attack and for these people especially, maintaining your nutrition and doing what you can to prevent heart disease becomes essential.

  • Coenzyme Q10 improves the strength of your heart muscle and helps prevent a heart attack caused by lack of oxygen. I brand I use and trust is QH-absorb by Jarrow Formulas. Studies show that those who supplement with Co-Q10 after experiencing a heart attack are less likely to have a second heart attack within a five year period than those who didn't supplement with it.
  • Chinese red yeast rice extract promotes proper blood circulation and regulates cholesterol levels when used as directed.
  • Garlic can help lower blood pressure, aids in circulation and benefits the heart in many other ways. The brand I use and trust is Kyolic by Wakunaga of America. Take 2 capsules 3 times per day.
  • Essential Fatty Acids lower blood triglyceride levels and shield the cells of heart muscle.
  • Grape seed extract is a powerful antioxidant that can reduce the risk of blood clots to help prevent issues with your blood reaching your heart regularly.
  • Vitamin E capsules help thin the blood and improves the circulation throughout the body, which decreases the risk of developing blood clots. Be sure to use d-alpha-tocopherol form.
  • Glucosamine plays an essential role when it comes to the formation of your heart valves. Take as directed.
  • Walk your way to a healthy heart. The benefits of daily exercise cannot be overlooked as it will decrease your risk of developing heart disease among providing many other health benefits. Walking is one of the best forms of cardiovascular activity. Just 30 minutes of brisk walking per day can yield tremendous results.

Taking anyone of these natural supplements on a daily and regular basis can help prevent any conditions related to your heart and keep you as healthy as possible.

 

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