Until our bodies change and or adapt to what we put into them, eg. greasy cheeseburgers and high calorie milk shakes; we need to either eat very healthy and use supplements for nutrition in order to sustain optimal heart health. It would be nice to think that by living in a country that is known for fast food, that over the years the body began to adjusts itself to accomodate and tolerate the lack of nutrition that causes bad health by providing wider arteries to the heart so that they are not as easily clogged or blocked. Since there is no "D" honor roll, this is simply life-even if you don't enjoy it by eating plain healthy stuff that nature provided and sort of like employment!
People with heart disease are usually on medications to prevent their arteries from being clogged again and most of the times have stents placed in their arteries to unblock them. As time goes on and age increases, the body is subjected to it's own functional failure, especially when we don't adhere to a diet and way of life that is designed to keep the heart healthy for as long as it can.
Aspirin is taken on a daily basis to prevent heart attacks. I often question is there something more instant, that can be done to prevent clotting within the arteries. Clotting occurs when an artery in the heart is ruptured by plaque. The ruptured artery is then exposed to blood cells or platelets that accumulate on the plaque of the ruptured artery. The platelets then form a clot around the ruptured artery eventually blocking the artery entirely, which prevents the flow of blood and oxygen to the heart and thus the heart dies as it ceases to no longer function. By now you're probably thinking of instant oatmeal as a remedy. For example: you're with a person who has a medical history of heart disease among other ailments. They visited their cardiologist who said that their recent exam was about the same as last years so there is no cause for concern. A few days later,this person begins to have pain, weakness and is unable to get up to drink the water and swallow or even chew the aspirin you offer. You call 911, but things get worse because you now have to wait for them to arrive to administer medication and attempt to revive the heart somehow, as this person is in pain and does not want to move.
What else can be done?
With the Heart Inhaler the problem is solved. Hows that? The heart Inhaler is an inhaler that contains 325mg of inhaled doses of aspirin. That means no more chewing or swallowing with water. Which may be difficult for a person to do when in immense pain or in distress. The heart Inhaler is small and can be carried anywhere and is easy to use. When symptoms occur that indicate one could be having a heart attack, you just take out the heart inhalter and position the heart inhalter inthe person's mouth and squeeze or press the inhaler until it discharges an inhaled dose of 325mg's of aspirin. The inhaled aspirin is then released into the bloodstream and begins to prevent any potential blood clots from forming by reducing the platelets that develop around the plaque inside the artery. Once platelets are inhibited the artery becomes less clogged and a heart attack can be prevented as that person is rushed to the hospital to be examined and treated for the cause of the chest pain due to the clogged artery. The Heart Inhaler is also available in low dose aspirin dispensers or 81mg. Which may be good for those who are on other medications that aspirin may interefere with or for those who have asthma or bleed easily. For people who suffer from angina chest pain due to the imbalance of blood and oxygen flow to the heart as a result of atherosclerosis or hardening of the arteries due to plaque buildup, there is the Heart Inhaler 325mg and 81mg(low dose) available with Nitroglycerin. Nitroglycerin dilates the veins and arteries and thus corrects the flow of oxygen and blood to the heart. So the next time you eat that greasy cheeseburger think of how handy the Heart Inhaler will be. The Heart Inhaler and the Heart Inhaler with Nitroglycerin- now we can all breathe easier!