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Joan Rivers: Did She Miss Any of These 4 Heart Attack Warning Signs?

Comedian Joan Rivers has passed away at age 81 after suffering a heart attack during throat surgery at an outpatient clinic a week earlier. She had been kept on life support, which was disconnected at the request of her family.

Chauncey Crandall, M.D., one of the nation’s top cardiologists, has only seen two similar cases during his three decades in practice. Yet he also stresses that, contrary to popular opinion, heart attacks do not commonly present as the stereotypical scenario, in which a person clutches at his heart dramatically, overcome with severe chest pain.

In fact, according to Dr. Crandall, about one quarter of all heart attacks occur “silently,” with no clear or recognizable symptoms. Unfortunately, these silent heart attacks are fatal much of the time, since many people delay or fail to seek medical treatment.

Throughout the years during which Dr. Crandall has practiced as an interventional cardiologist, he has come to recognize that the heart often warns people of a potential heart attack — minutes, days, or even weeks before the event.

However, since these warning signs may be subtle and easily overlooked, Dr. Crandall has created an educational video presentation to help you recognize the four commonly overlooked signs you will soon suffer a heart attack — so you can seek the treatment you need before it’s too late.

In addition to these tell-tale warning signs, Dr. Crandall’s video also reveals how heart disease starts much earlier in life than most people believe. You’ll see how the majority of deadly heart attacks occur not from fully clogged arteries, but from those only partially blocked. This means that by the time you reach age 40 to 50, you may already be at increased risk for a heart event.

Dr. Crandall also discusses tests you should ask your doctor for in order to assess your heart risks. Plus, you’ll see why the vast majority of people taking cholesterol-lowering drugs don’t even need them.

Best of all, in this special heart health video presentation, you’ll discover Dr. Crandall’s proven strategies and solutions to help prevent, reverse, and even cure heart disease and heart attacks.

With over 40,000 heart procedures performed to date, he practices the type of cutting-edge heart medicine that has saved many lives, and could even save yours.

Editor’s Note: Right now, Dr. Crandall’s video about heart attacks and their warning signs is available at no charge. Go here immediately to see the four signs you or a loved one could soon suffer a heart attack.

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