HEART ATTACK (Part 5) - PREVENTIVE MEASURES
Rosalyn Carson-DeWitt, MD wrote a very informative article on one of the major causes of death in our society today – heart disease.
This is imperative information that could help you, or a family member, so please take the time to read it. It has been partitioned into 5 parts for your reading convenience. Here is what she said in her article.
Preventing or treating coronary artery disease may help prevent a heart attack.
* Maintain a healthy weight .
* Begin a safe exercise program with the advice of your doctor.
* If you smoke, quit .
* Eat a healthful diet , one that is low in saturated fat and rich in whole grains, fruits, and vegetables.
* Appropriately treat high blood pressure and/or diabetes .
* Manage stress .
* Ask your doctor about taking a small, daily dose of aspirin. It has been shown to decrease the risk of heart attack.
* Ask your doctor about taking cholesterol-lowering medications.
* Ask your doctor about taking medication to improve heart function or prevent future heart attacks, such as:
o Blood thinning medications
Please remember than when you are taking aspirin, certain painkillers (eg, ibuprofen), if taken together with aspirin, may put you at high risk for gastrointestinal bleeding and also diminish the effectiveness of aspirin.
This is the 5th and final part of the Heart Attack series.You can read the other 4 parts of the article at:
Heart Attack (Part 1) - Myocardial Infarction - Causes & Risk Factors
Heart Attack (Part 2) - Symptoms
Heart Attack (Part 3) - Diagnosis & Tests
Heart Attack (Part 4) - Treatment & Surgery
Heart disease is very insidious. It creeps up on you. You don’t
always know that you have it. You hear of “perfectly healthy”
persons, even youthful athletes and fitness buffs, being suddenly
felled by a heart attack or a stroke.
You may not even know that you are afflicted until you get
a heart attack, or chronic chest pains (Angina).
As always, prevention is the best solution.
natural plaque dissolver can help you to avoid becoming
another victim of heart disease.
So fight heart attack by taking action today, while you still can.
NB: This information is for your interest only, and is not a
substitute for professional medical treatment .
Consult your medical practitioner immediately if you have heart
disease or any other health problem.
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