Daily Archives: February 9, 2019

Kitty Purring for Heart Health

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I am doing this series all of February for Heart Month.

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From Chapter 36. Kitty Purrs from Resilient Heart

“My cats BJ and Charlie and I are very connected, and they are natural born healers. I got BJ from a client when he was a baby. Charlie came a few years later from the Humane Society. They have always known what to do and where to sit on me when I have been sick. Ever since the first heart attack they have taken turns sitting on my chest purring. I call it purr healing. They are so cute when they crawl up on me and lay down on my chest. They cross their paws over my heart and purr loudly. I didn’t realize there was a reason for this until I read an article about cat purring and your health.

The soothing sounds of a kitty can aid your…

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February 9, 2019 · 6:57 am

Heart Healthy Tip: Creating Natural bypasses

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When you start to research the heart to find ways to make it healthy, like I did, you find all kinds of interesting information.

“Creating Natural Bypasses” from Resilient Heart

“When I read that coronary artery bypass surgery was not only potentially dangerous because they open up your chest and connect you to heart and lung machines, but that hundreds of thousands are done each year, and are usually unnecessary, I was worried and angry. At this point ai had already had two heart catheterizations and a bypass would probably be the next thing the doctor would want to do.

I started doing research and stumbled upon the heart’s ability to create its own bypasses. It isn’t easy but it happens.

This information blew me away! Just the possibility that something like that could happen got my imagination going. I made up my mind then and there that I was going to grow a collateral artery to bypass the stent that they couldn’t open. “

I actually did it twice during this heart journey! The second one was the length of my blocked artery but didn’t grow fast enough for me to avoid surgery. I believe if doctors were a bit more patient these bypasses could happen in a lot of cases and surgery could be avoided.

Here Is an article:

http://heartattacknew.com/faq/how-dangerous-are-my-blocked-coronary-arteries/the-riddles-solution/

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