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Heart disease is a leading killer worldwide. It captures the lives of thousands of men and women alike. These days you are more likely to die from heart disease than almost any other ailment. Do you know if you are at risk? If not, you could be putting your life at risk. It is in your best interests to find out if you are at risk for heart disease now, and if you are, what steps you need to take to get back to health.
Don’t think that just because you eat well you are not at risk. Many people at risk lead what they believe to be healthy lives. They eat well and they exercise. For some people however, this may not be enough to prevent atherosclerosis, which can lead to plaque build up in the arteries leading to the heart. This over time can lead to a heart attack. Even healthy people are at risk for atherosclerosis.
Are you prepared to care for your heart? Whether you know someone that has a history of heart disease or have concerns about your own health, this is the most important guide you will ever read.
Here is just a small sample of what you will learn in this life-saving guide:
- How a normal heart works
- What the symptoms of a heart attack are and how they are different in men and women…
- What a “coronary artery spasm” is and how to treat it…
- How to distinguish between cardiac arrhythmias, pericarditis, valvular heart disease
- The differences between congenital and adult onset heart disease and how to diagnose and treat both…
- Discover symptoms of heart disease in children
- Find out what the 6 most common signs of heart disease in juveniles are
- Discover what the #1 cause for coronary artery disease or CAD is
- Find out what stress has to do with heart disease
- Learn how to tell the difference between “good” stress and “bad” stress and why both may be a primary cause of concern even in people not at risk for heart disease…
- How your age, sex, ethnicity and gender may place you at an increased or decreased risk for heart diseases of various kinds…
- Learn what the #1 treatment is for all types of heart disease
- Find out how to prevent heart attacks before they happen
- And much more…