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The 2 Warning Signs of Sudden Cardiac Death


According to a 2010 University of Michigan study, only 7.6% of those who suffer cardiac arrest while outside a hospital survive long enough to be discharged from a medical facility after treatment. And unfortunately, this rate has not improved significantly in nearly 30 years.

Each year in the United States, 500,000 people die suddenly and unexpectedly from a heart-related event such as cardiac arrest or heart attack. A large proportion of these deaths take place when sufferers fail to seek timely medical treatment.

However, many people don't seek help simply because they don't recognize the more subtle signs and symptoms of a cardiac event. For example, renowned heart specialist Chauncey Crandall, M.D., warns that an erratic, fluttering, or racing heartbeat may be your only warning sign of imminent cardiac death. And while this occurrence does not necessarily indicate a serious problem, Dr. Crandall recommends an immediate, thorough medical checkup.

Irregular heartbeat is only one potential sign. Since heart disease so frequently kills without warning, Dr. Crandall has recently created a special educational video presentation to help you discover the little-known ways to recognize imminent cardiac arrest, heart attack, and stroke — while there is still time to seek help.

Little-Known Warning Signs of Sudden Cardiac Death

Additionally, in this video, Dr. Crandall will explain how you can stop, reverse, and cure heart disease without relying on expensive and side effect-laden prescription drugs — or risky and painful surgery.

You'll see why cholesterol is not the true cause of coronary artery disease. Dr. Crandall will also reveal why you cannot rely on cholesterol-lowering statin drugs for heart protection. In fact, you'll discover how half of those individuals who suffer heart attacks have cholesterol readings in the normal range.

Best of all, in this revealing video presentation, Dr. Crandall will tell you about a dozen simple ways to slash your own risk for sudden cardiac death, heart attack, and stroke.
Renowned cardiologist Dr. Chauncey Crandall is director of preventive medicine at the world-renowned Palm Beach Cardiovascular Clinic in Florida. He practices on the front lines of interventional, vascular, and transplant cardiology. Decades of clinical experience have afforded him the chance to help thousands of patients of all ages prevent or reverse their heart problems — and go on to lead long, healthy lives.

Editor's Note: Because of the high risk of mortality associated with heart disease, Newsmax Health is making this video available to the public at no charge. Click here to view 'Little-Known Warning Signs of Sudden Cardiac Death' right now. Your own survival — or that of a loved one — may depend on it.

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