Hypertension may not manifest itself for years. High blood pressure is brushed off as a result of fatigue, the weather or just a specific feature of the body. When headaches, insomnia or shortness of breath appear, heart problems are the last thing people think about. “I’m totally fine, it’s just hot outside”, – my Mom used to say when she would run out of breath.
I get chills when I remember the day when I almost lost her... About 2 months before the heart attack, she began to tire quickly and complain of headaches. And despite all this her blood pressure was normal – 135/90. On the day of the attack, my mother felt fine and went to the store. Later, they called me from the hospital and said that she was in intensive care. Luckily, everything worked itself out.
The recovery was very long, and the heart attack could recur at any time. The pressure was still 150/95. Mom taking copious amounts of pills resulted in bad tests’ results and could potentially lead to kidney failure. There was an urgent need to reduce the number of pills she took daily. But how? After all, without them, her condition gets worse instantly.
We turned to the European Society of Cardiology for help. Cardiologist Vincent Chapman explained that you can’t just abruptly stop taking the prescribed drugs. First, you need to cleanse the vessels and bring them into tone. And only then gradually reduce the dosage of drugs. He prescribed Cardiol to cleanse and strengthen the vessels.
Mom took the course and began to feel much better. She began to wake up with renewed energy instead of headaches. The chest pains, shortness of breath and constant fatigue were gone. Her overall condition improved, а анализы показывали нормальный уровень холестерина. and the tests showed normal cholesterol levels. Gradually, the attending physician reduced the dosage of the medication. Six months later, on the instructions of a cardiologist, my mother drank another Cardiol course.