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These 4 Things Happen Right Before a Heart Attack

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Despite all the advances made by modern medicine, heart disease is still the primary killer of Americans, responsible for nearly half of all deaths. In fact, diseases of the heart and its arteries strike down more men and women than all cancers combined.

No one is more concerned by this than Chauncey Crandall, M.D., one of America’s top-rated cardiologists. Dr. Crandall, who has performed over 40,000 heart procedures during his career to date, has made it his mission in life to help as many people as possible prevent, stop, and reverse heart disease.

However, Dr. Crandall is quick to point out that heart disease is often a silent killer. “We’re seeing about 1.5 million heart attacks and strokes in America each year, and half a million of them cause sudden death with no obvious symptoms. It’s rare to see what we call the ‘Hollywood’ heart attack, in which someone clutches at his heart dramatically, wracked by severe chest pain.”

While the signs may not be obvious, heart attacks are often preceded by some type of warning. But since these warning signs frequently go ignored, Dr. Crandall has created a free educational video presentation to help people recognize four signs of an impending heart attack — before death occurs.



Of these four things that may happen right before a heart attack, one is particularly ominous. According to a study of 18,000 patients published in the New England Journal of Medicine, those who experienced this particular symptom were three to five times more likely to die. And surprisingly, many of these patients who died felt no chest pain at all.

In his video, Dr. Crandall will discuss this dangerous but little-known indication of a coming heart attack, along with several others that could be deadly if not recognized quickly.

Additionally, in his special heart health video presentation, Dr. Crandall discusses his time-tested and proven strategies and tips to help prevent, reverse, and even cure heart disease. These are the same simple-to-apply strategies he recommends to his own clinic patients, who come to see him from all over the United States and several foreign countries as well.

Editor’s Note: For a limited time, Newsmax Health is making Dr. Crandall’s heart health video available at no charge. Go here now to see these 4 things that can happen right before a heart attack.


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