The Best Cardiologist In The Country Reveals The 4 Things That Happen Before You Have A Heart Attack

Heart disease kills more Americans per year than all cancers combined. It is responsible for one third of all deaths and is often a silent killer without obvious symptoms. One quarter of all heart attacks happen without clear signs. Even when there are symptoms, they are commonly mild or vague, such as indigestion, fatigue, back pain, and stress.

Most Americans over 35 already suffer from heart disease, whether they know it or not. Half of all people with heart disease have cholesterol readings that are in the normal range. The good news is that heart disease can be prevented, reversed and even cured.

What causes heart disease also causes many other major degenerative diseases. Some cultures experience very little, if any, heart disease. Diabetes, arthritis, cancers, and heart disease are created by the over consumption of sugar and fat.

These two things combine to make too much fat in the bloodstream and form into arterial plaque. In addition, stress, high blood pressure, lack of exercise, hormonal imbalances, overproduction of insulin, and inflammation contribute to the development of heart disease.

Most people know that cholesterol is divided into good, HDL, and bad, LDL, but LDL can be categorized further into larger, less dense, Pattern A, and smaller, highly dense, Pattern B. Boosting HDL can make Pattern A LDL less harmful, but Pattern B is very dangerous.

Cholesterol is necessary for many important metabolic functions, but the types must be in a healthy ratio. These amounts, as well as plaque, can be tested to identify a person’s risk for heart attack and stroke. Quit smoking, get more exercise, relieve stress by physical exertion and spiritual dedication, cut out all sugar, cut back refined carbs and fatty foods and you will be on your way to preventing, reversing, and curing heart disease.

Increase your intake of fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grains, and nuts and seeds. Fish and chicken are healthy proteins, as well as a small amount of lean red meat. If you take care of yourself, you can live a long, enjoyable life.

1. Chest Pain and Tightness   2. Sweating  3. Indigestion, Nausea and Vomiting  4. Pain in Other Parts of the Body in the left arm, throat, jaw, teeth back or abdomen.

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