Did you know that heart disease is the number one killer of people in the world?
In the USA and Canada over 1 million people die each year from a heart attack. Simply put, this means that every 20 seconds a person will have a heart attack and every 60 seconds a person will die from one.
Often the very first symptom of heart disease is the last one – a fatal heart attack or referred to as SCD: sudden cardiac death. Have you ever heard it said, “He or she suddenly died from a heart attack”?
It happens many times every day and sadly most people say, “But not me!” and we say “Why not you?” Today we hear of athletes and younger people having heart attacks and strokes, therefore heart disease is not reserved just for older people.
What does this tell you? There is a killer running rampant which is responsible for about 2,500 deaths EVERY day.
On the death certificate the Doctor may call it “natural causes”. Yet dying of clogged arteries is no more natural than being hit by a truck! You can avoid it and a good place to start is with a pulsewave screening that will assess your cardiovascular health and can start you on a path to prevention of heart disease.