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necessary details for heart problems
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As any other hospital equipment, an electrocardiogram device was bulky in the event it was
introduced. Today, thanks to money and technology, functions capable of create a scaled-down
and portable ECG device. Being the most used way for heart screening; most cardiologists would
detect heart abnormalities and identify the possibility of a cardiovascular disease while using old
school hulking machine. Yet now, even patients themselves are capable of doing their own
screening with modern and lighter gadgets.

So I mentioned that to the cardiologist which my brother had five stints invest and that he
asserted we are really not talking about your brother, we're referring to you, I mentioned my dad
and his history and that he said we're not referring to your loved ones history, we're discussing
you. I understand, I said. He declared that I should take Plavix most of playing because I have
small arteries.

The outcomes of Dr Kharazmi's study are fascinating. Even taking other risk factors under
consideration, they discovered a strong link between spontaneous decrease of pregnancy and
then myocardial infarction (strokes) (3). According to the article they published within the medical
journal "Heart", "each stillbirth increased the potential risk of MI 2.65 times" (2). In the study, "MI"
is definitely an abbreviation for myocardial infarction, commonly called cardiac arrest. Put simply,
using a stillbirth--a baby carried to term after which delivered already dead--significantly increased
a woman's later likelihood of creating a heart attack. The more stillbirths which a woman had
suffered, the bigger their risk became.
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These are just some of the many experiments that had become the basis for associating
cholesterol with heart disease. Without questioning them, the medical community immediately
accepted these "findings" and taught website visitors to keep their levels below 150 and avoid the
consumption of fats. People identified as having elevated cholesterol tend to be prescribed
statins. While these will give you results in suppressing the creation of cholesterol, statins
unwanted side effects outweigh their benefits. There are about 900 studies proving its negative
effects. Researchers in the Massachusetts Institute of Technology states that statins tend not to
improve all-cause mortality and that this can bring about the deterioration of your respective
health. Statin drugs damages your overall health by:

The popular notion is that a defibrillator is needed to help "re-start" a heart which has stopped.
Technically, that isn't true. Defibrillators deliver electricity for the heart to restore a faulty heart
rhythm. The good name for this situation is named "sudden cardiac arrest" as well as "sudden

cardiac death." That last name is rapidly falling out of favor (and you can no doubt discover why),
but they are actually two terms that mean exactly the same thing. And, yes, lots of people (about
20%) that have "sudden cardiac death" survive it.


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