Healing Of Coronary Heart Disease And Stroke?
Morning,. Many statements disturb my mind. One of his statements as below. Key to recovery of coronary heart disease u0026amp; stroke lies in “How to remove plaque blockage of your arteries” “Not how to thin your blood. Mounting the ring only” widens “the space for the path of blood to the heart instead of” healing “. How do doctors respond?
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Arterial arteries are at risk of experiencing a good blockage due to atherosclerotic plaque, embolism and others. This risk occurs in someone who has an unhealthy lifestyle, such as the habit of consuming foods high in cholesterol, sugar and salt, smoking, lack of activity and others. The most common cause of blocked arteries is atherosclerotic plaque. Atherosclerotic plaque is a plaque that is formed due to fat in the blood attached to the walls of blood vessels so that it damages the endothelial lining of blood vessels which then invites platelets (pieces of blood) and proteins that play a role in other blood clots. Then formed atherosclerotic plaque. The plaque can be partially or completely removed and will then follow the bloodstream. This plaque release will clog smaller blood vessels or stick to the walls of other blood vessels in its path. When it reaches the coronary arteries it will cause coronary heart disease. Likewise, if plaque sticks to the walls of the arteries of the brain, it will cause an ischemic stroke.
True statement that the key to overcoming the two diseases above is how to remove plaque that clogs. The way to remove plaque that has clogged or potentially clogged is with blood-thinning drugs, such as antiplatelets and anticoagulants.
The third statement that the installation of the ring is to widen blocked blood vessels is correct. The heart ring serves to dilate narrowed blood vessels, either because there is a blockage or even due to narrowing due to increased pressure or tone of the blood vessel wall itself. By widening the lumen or chamber of the blood vessel, it can cure the sufferer from the narrowing of the arteries at that time. The risk in the future can still occur again in other blood vessels. While in the ring-attached blood vessels, the risk of recurrence is small because it is accompanied by medication. For that, it is necessary to change lifestyles into healthy lifestyles and taking heart medications that are needed.
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