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The cardiovascular system is a network of arteries, veins and capillaries that carry blood back and forth from the heart to the tissues of the body.
Blood carries oxygen, hydrogen and glucose (simple sugars) to cells where they are used as the basic fuel of the body. It carries other nutrients, including amino acids and vitamins, enzymes, hormones, and immune system factors and agents.
For the cardiovascular system to function the heart muscle must be strong and the blood vessels must be clear, unobstructed, and sufficiently dilated and pliable to adequately transport the blood. It is especially critical that the vessels carrying blood to heart tissues are healthy otherwise the critical organ cannot serve the rest of the body. Restrictions of these vessels can occur gradually over the years or in a sudden cataclysmic occurrence.
HEART HEALTH RECOMMENDATIONS:
How many people die a year from heart disease?
There are reports of between 250,000 to 400000. It is wise to do something to prevent it, but also in case……..
“Alternative” medicine that is used for a heart attack:
1. Mix 1 teaspoon cayenne pepper, 1 crushed clove garlic, and 1-2 Tablespoons of honey in 1-1.5 cups of boiling water and drink. Repeat once daily after a heart attack.
2. The best cure after a heart attack is to get oxygen to body cells so they can repair the damage. Mix 1 teaspoon dimethylsulfoxide (DMSO) with 1 full glass of water and drink. Repeat every couple of hours.
3. Take magnesium daily to rebuild the heart. When magnesium is depleted, it makes muscles twitch – and can do the same to the heart.
4. Take aged garlic extract capsules daily.
5. Hawthorn, used regularly, strengthens the heart muscle. Studies show that hawthorn speeds recovery after heart attack. It strengthens the heart and forestalls any onset of coronary disease. No other herb provides the nourishing regeneration of hawthorn after heart attack.
A Healthy Heart… Your Life Depends on it!
The American Heart Association confirms that heart disease is one of the biggest if not the biggest health problem facing our society today.
We always recommend that you build health, but what can be done to create a healthy heart?
Avoid a Heart Attack by Dr. Eric Berg
I want to share helpful tips to potentially help you avoid a heart attack. With a heart attack, typically, the artery becomes blocked, which cuts off blood supply to the heart muscle and the heart cramps, which can lead to death.
Typically, there are all sorts of warning signs of a heart attack. But, over 50% of the time, people experience no symptoms at all of a heart attack. When there are clues, they shouldn’t be ignored.
Sometimes clues like shortness of breath, high blood pressure, chest pain while exercising or going through stress, weakness when climbing stairs, or more fatigue while exercising are covered up by medications.
Symptoms are warning signs. They’re not the problem. As you treat the symptom, you need to understand the symptom and treat the reason why it’s there in the first place.
Heart attacks usually start with endothelial dysfunction. This means that there is damage in the inside of the arteries, especially the coronary artery and the heart. This could mean that there is some type of oxidation or inflammation in that artery that could cause a cascade of effects leading to a heart attack.
Vitamin E and vitamin C are both very important to help protect the inside of that artery. Two of the biggest things that cause the destruction of vitamin C and vitamin E are sugars and refined carbohydrates.
We recommend Dr. Berg’s Vitamin C – all natural
See also Cardiac Arrhythmias
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