Any ER doc will tell you that timing is everything when it comes to a heart attack.
Every minute… heck, every SECOND… counts. And the sooner you act, the better your chance of surviving the ultimate scare.
Well, today, I’ve got a way for you to act earlier than ever before. Because this new tip could provide you an edge that goes far beyond a few hours or even weeks.
It could give you an incredible SIX-YEAR head start on heading off that heart attack.
What’s terrific about this solution is that you don’t need a special test to determine if it’s needed. You can literally FEEL this risk factor for yourself. And I’ll tell you exactly what to look for in just a moment.
Once you learn to spot it and what it means, you can handle it BEFORE it becomes a life-threatening problem. And you could avoid ever being rushed to the ER for a heart attack in the first place.
The heart factor you can literally feel
Everyone hates that uncomfortable feeling when your hand or arm “falls asleep.” And we all try to avoid that pins-and-needles feeling when you go to stand up after sitting on your leg funny at all costs.
But for some folks, it’s more than just a nuisance. It’s a red, flashing, warning sign that there might be a heart attack in your future.
If you get tingling, numbness, or burning pain that strikes for no apparent reason in your fingers, bottoms of your feet, or toes, don’t ignore it. Because THAT’S your warning.
It could be a condition called small fiber neuropathy. And it’s often linked to diabetes or heart disease. So if you haven’t been diagnosed with either, it’s time to get tested.
Neuropathies could also be a sign your blood vessels are starting to tighten up, restricting your circulation raising heart attack risk. And it’s very closely linked to obesity.
But whatever its cause, that pins-and-needles feeling is a sign something is going on that needs attention, pronto. In fact, in the new study, HALF of all patients with small fiber neuropathy suffered a heart attack over six years.
That makes it potentially one of the biggest cardiac warning signs of all. And it’s right out in the open where it can be felt and not easily ignored.
Reduce your heart attack risk starting NOW
Now I want to be clear. If you just sat funny while watching TV one day and your leg fell asleep, there’s no need to panic.
It’s only when the issue occurs regularly—and typically without an obvious cause—that indicates you could have a problem. And if that’s the case, there’s still no reason to panic. Treat it more like a welcome warning that has the potential to help you avoid a heart attack.
Speak to your doctor about getting tested to see what’s happening. A heart disease screening is likely a good idea.
Then, get to work restoring your blood vessels to good health and reducing your heart attack risk.
- Try some natural circulation-supporting therapies such as pine bark extract, fish oil, and coenzyme Q10.
- Eat more vitamin-k-rich cruciferous veggies.
- Consider a switch to a Mediterranean-style diet which is proven to protect blood vessels.
- Add in a daily walk or some other kind of light activity to get your blood pumping again.
A naturopathic or integrative medicine physician can help figure out the best, personalized plan for you.
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