The electrical system within the heart is responsible for ensuring the heart beats correctly so that blood can be transported to the cells throughout our body. Any malfunction of the electrical system in the heart causes a fast, slow, or irregular heartbeat. The electrical system within the heart is responsible for ensuring that the heart beats correctly so that blood can be transported throughout our the body. Any malfunction of the electrical system in the heart malfunction can cause a fast, slow, or irregular heartbeat.
In relaxed posture, follow your heart beat with the tapping on "yinjiao" to lead the "Qi" flow through your governing and conception vessels. You are redistributing the flow of bioenergy. Redistributing this excess bioenergetic flow more quickly returns you mentally and physically to equilibrium.
Inflammation is the silent killer of hundreds of thousands of Americans every year—and most of its victims have no idea how dangerous it is. Everyone has at some time during their lives had a part of their body that was visibly inflamed due to things such as an infected cut. What most people do not realize is that the conventional medical wisdom that once viewed heart disease as a plumbing problem now sees it as an inflammatory disorder.
Denial. The most classic and dangerous of all the heart attack symptoms is the denial of the potential significance of the event. Some people may try to treat their "indigestion" with antacids, others think that they simply need a rest, or refuse to seek help for fear of being seen as weak. The five most dangerous words associated with chest pain are "Maybe it will go away".
Progress road utilizes clinically proven prevention rather than needless intervention to keep us healthy and lowers our health care costs that cripple the financial health of America thereby impeding our ability to compete in a global economy.
A number of theories have been proposed to explain the association between periodontal disease and heart disease. A well accepted understanding of the problem is that bacteria in the mouth enter the blood stream and attach to existing globs of fatty plaques in the arteries around the heart (coronary arteries) and contribute to clot formation. The buildup of fatty proteins in the coronary arteries causes a thickening of the artery walls and an obstruction of normal blood flow. The result is a decrease in nutrients and oxygen necessary for proper heart function. Eventually, heart muscle is damaged and results in a heart attack.