Cardiovascular Disease, or CVD for short, includes Coronary Heart Disease or diseases of the arteries (Arteriosclerosis, including hardening of the arteries, or Atherosclerosis), Heart Attack (Myocardial Infarction), Arrhythmias, Congestive Heart Disease, Stroke, High Blood Pressure (Hypertension), Rheumatic Heart Disease and other dysfunctions of the cardiovascular system.
Unfortunately, the symptoms of heart disease aren’t always readily apparent physical signs that give direct warning. Heart attacks often take people by surprise. A heart attack occurs when blood flow in a coronary artery is inhibited or stopped completely. This can cause irreparable damage to the heart, and medical assistance is needed immediately after symptoms begin, to minimize the damage.
There are indicators that can help you determine the risk of developing heart disease. Individuals who have a history of heart disease in their family should be concerned about heart disease themselves. Race plays a factor in heart disease, as does gender.
There is no cure for heart disease, but there are many things that you can do to reduce the risk of a heart attack or cardiac arrest, starting with a healthy diet and exercise. Dietary recommendations include eating five or more servings of fruit and vegetables a day, consuming six or more servings of whole grains a day, eating fish at least twice a week and lowering your sodium intake.
Getting just a little bit more exercise than normal can greatly improve your heart health, as well. You don’t have to make drastic changes–small steps can make a big difference. For instance, using a push lawnmower instead of a riding lawnmower, and raking instead of using a blower, are great ways to get a little exercise. Take a short walk before breakfast or after dinner. Start by walking ten minutes and gradually walk a little longer every day.
Remember, a little effort can go a long way; simply adopting a healthy diet and adding a little exercise to your daily routine can greatly improve your heart’s health.
Chelation Therapy for Heart Health
Chelation therapy can be the next step in heart health for those suffering from or wanting to avoid heart disease. Chelation therapy is the removal of toxic heavy metals and mineral deposits in the body. Chelators are traditionally given to people who have some sort of heavy metal poisoning, although more and more doctors today are turning to chelation therapy to help heart patients stay healthy. Chelators can be used to reverse the effects of arterial blockage caused by plaque in the time before surgery, after surgery, or in between surgeries.
The chelator used for heart health is ethylene diamine tetra-acetate acid, or EDTA. EDTA comes in many forms such as IV drip, suppository, pill or liquid. Since EDTA is used to remove excessive, unbound minerals in the body, it can remove calcium from the plaque in the arteries, aiding in the reversal of the effects of blockage, which inhibits the flow of blood from the heart to the organs and muscles.
We at Cardio Renew Europe firmly believe that our liquid oral chelation therapy is the best overall form of delivering EDTA into your system, in terms of cost, time required to administer the therapy and then for it to take effect, the amount of EDTA delivered per dose and absorbed by your system.