Cardiovascular disease is a major cause of death in the United States and around the world. Although the death rates from cardiovascular disease, including strokes and heart attacks, is reducing somewhat it still remains high. In fact, the death rate remains about 300 people for every 100,000 people. Consequently, the cure and treatment of a heart attack as well as the ability to control cardiovascular disease remains a difficult challenge that could save thousands of lives.
The key to reducing cardiovascular disease is identifying and reducing the risk factors. We know what many of the risk factors are. They include: age, ethnicity, smoking, body mass index, your General Health from blood pressure and cholesterol. Your family history is also strong risk factor as well.
The most common traditional cure and treatment of a heart attack generally include medication, heart catheterization, and or angioplasty. The medications are designed to help restore the blood supply back to the heart. Heart catheterization involves inserting thin tubes through a leg artery up to your heart to identify the heart vessel blockage. Angioplasty, then involves using small balloon or clip called a stent opened the blocked artery and keep an open.
Today, doctors are investing in greater amounts of research in nonsurgical ways to deal with the cure and treatment of a heart attack. They include success from a number of different disciplines. These methods have proven to be quite effective and very promising. Some of the best cure and treatment of a heart attack method come from the following natural medicine areas: Homeopathic Medicine; Acupuncture; Herbal Medicine; Shamanic; Ancient Chinese Medicine
In addition to this, research has identified special drinks (other than red wine); enzymes in certain foods, and specific nutrients as a source of heart attack prevention or reversal. Best of all, many of these treatments not only help to prevent heart disease but reverse existing heart disease as well. This is truly uplifting.
Those with heart disease should be encouraged that there may be ways to help reversetheir current heart disease. At the same time those without heart disease or are at low risk for heart disease have ways to help prevent it.