Cardiovascular Events Triggered By Angry Outbursts

In other words blowing a gasket due to uncontrolled anger, road rage for example, can be the trigger for a fatal heart attack or stroke, especially in those with diagnosed  or underlying heart disease. Many of us have been victims of uncontrollable anger, rage, when some inconsiderate driver either drives to slow or passes us and cuts us off only to take the next exit 200 feet up the freeway. In fact ……

March 20, 2014
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Artery Disease: The #1 Killer Is Artery Disease

The most common form of heart disease is artery disease, specifically clogged coronary arteries. Heart Disease (all forms) kills more people each year than cancer, approximately 23,000 more. Artery Disease is characterized by the build-up of plaque within the coronary and/or peripheral arteries. Plaque consists of oxidized LDL cholesterol, fibrin, calcium and other debris. This plaque build-up, found within the arteries, is called atherosclerosis. Atherosclerosis is the cause of the most…

February 17, 2014
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Reverse Atherosclerosis Using 3 Natural Ways to Clear Plaque From Your Arteries

As you age you simply must know how to reverse atherosclerosis using natural methods because if you are an average human you probably have plaque filled arteries by age 40, especially f you live in the U.S.A. The plaque you probably have in your arteries is called atherosclerosis. Since atherosclerosis is the most common form of artery disease and causes heart attack and stroke it is wise to know how…

July 30, 2013
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Coronary Bypass Surgery: Watch It Done Before Your Eyes

Once your heart disease has progressed to a point in severity where blood flow to your heart is greatly diminished you may find yourself in need of coronary bypass surgery. Coronary bypass surgery is certainly no picnic and nothing I personally wish to undergo and that’s why I do many things to make sure I don’t ever have to be a victim of a heart surgeon’s knife. The sad thing…

July 29, 2013
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Angina Basics: Chest Pain May Be Angina

Over 10 million Americans suffer from the angina, yet many people have never even heard the term. The above video and this short article will endeavor to explain angina so that you have some basic knowledge. If you’ve been diagnosed with angina, you are not alone: angina affects more than 10 million Americans. The most common cause of angina is coronary heart disease (CHD), the most life-threatening of the disorders…

June 3, 2013
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Nitric Oxide: What Does Nitric Oxide Do For Heart Disease?

Nitric Oxide, or simply NO, shows promise for relieving the symptoms of heart disease caused by atherosclerosis. Much has been learned about Nitric Oxide and its effects in the human body. Research continues to show how this molecule is intricately involved in so many biological functions. Nitric Oxide and Louis Ignarro Nitric oxide was named “Molecule of the Year” in 1992 by the journal Science. The Nobel Prize in Medicine in…

May 3, 2013
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Reverse Coronary Artery Disease – Can You Do It?

Are you able to reverse coronary artery disease? That’s an issue that lots of people, who are suffering from the condition, would greatly appreciate an answer. To locate a response to the issue I would recommend we turn to people whose remarkable intelligence in scientific discovery enabled these exceedingly intelligent professionals to win the coveted Nobel Prize for his or her efforts because … Several believe there’s actually an answer…

May 2, 2013
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Clogged Arteries Are BIG Business

Clogged arteries can be deadly. In fact clogged arteries kill more people than ANY other disease. Clogged arteries cause heart attacks, heart failure and strokes. You may know clogged arteries by different names such as atherosclerosis, artery disease, peripheral artery disease (PAD) and coronary artery disease. All of those amount to the same thing which is clogged arteries due to atherosclerosis and its resulting plaque build-up. Nobody is going to…

April 27, 2013
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