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These 4 Things Trigger Heart Attacks


As the leading killer in the United States, heart disease is responsible for nearly half of all deaths.

And according to the government’s Centers for Disease Control, about 47% of sudden heart deaths occur outside a hospital. This figure makes it obvious that many people suffering a heart attack fail to act on early warning signs and get the medical care that could have helped them survive.

Chauncey Crandall, M.D., one of America’s most sought-after heart doctors, understands the problem all too well. He knows that heart attacks do not always come with clear signs or symptoms. Many people don’t even experience the classically expected symptom of chest pain.

Even so, with decades of experience as an interventional cardiologist, Dr. Crandall has observed that heart attacks don’t usually occur without any warning at all. But since these signs or indications may be subtle or seem unrelated to the heart, Dr. Crandall has created a free informative video presentation to help people recognize four things that could trigger or indicate an impending heart attack.

Some newer treatments for heart attacks must be administered as quickly as possible in order to be effective and ensure survival. And because statistics show a clear link between treatment delay and death, it becomes crucial to know heart attack triggers and signs like the ones Dr. Crandall discusses in his video.

Additionally, in his special video report, Dr. Crandall discusses the two main culprits that cause heart disease — and high cholesterol is not one of them. In fact, he’ll share with you how about half of those who die from heart attacks have normal cholesterol levels. He also explains the little-known dangers of inflammation and its effects on your heart.

Despite the looming threat of this major killer, Dr. Crandall has helped thousands of patients in his Florida clinic prevent or even cure their existing heart disease, and save themselves from deadly heart attacks. He shares the very same strategies and advice he gives his patients in this high-quality video presentation, available for public viewing now.

Editor’s Note: For a limited time, Dr. Crandall’s heart health video is available at no charge. Take a few minutes right now to see the 4 things that may trigger or indicate a heart attack.

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