Ladies, it’s the one time you need help most…
The one time you’d expect to GET IT, and without hesitation…
And the one time your life will DEPEND on it…
But new research reveals the ugly truth: There’s a good chance you WON’T get what you need, right when you need it most.
That’s when you’re having a heart attack.
This could hurt you.
Worse, this could KILL you.
And worst of all, this built-in bias against women is showing NO SIGNS of changing anytime soon.
So I’m going to change it for you.
Today, I’m going to tell you EXACTLY how to get that help… how to DEMAND it… and how to ENSURE you receive the life-saving care you deserve when it matters most.
How women are MISTREATED after a heart attack
New research confirms the dirtiest secret in mainstream medicine: Women get LOUSY care during and after a heart attack!
They’re LESS likely to get what’s called “optimal” treatment… LESS likely to get the care they need, when they need it… and MORE likely to die in the nine months after a heart attack.
The mainstream, naturally, is acting stunned.
What a buncha jokers. This isn’t new. This isn’t even CLOSE to new. Just about EVERY DARNED STUDY that’s looked at the gender differences has found that women are getting stiffed at every turn.
And as the new research makes painfully clear, it’s STILL not getting better.
Since mainstream medicine isn’t going to save you, that means it’s up to you.
It shouldn’t be… but that’s the ugly reality of the situation right now.
So here’s what you do…
First, if you feel ANYTHING wrong – anything out of the ordinary that could indicate heart attack – don’t sit back and wait for it to pass.
Women are 50 percent more likely than men to have a heart attack without chest pain, so don’t look for that warning sign alone. Look for odd and sudden symptoms, including unusual pain in the jaw, back, shoulders and/or neck. Other warning signs include indigestion, nausea, vomiting and/or breathing difficulties.
Second, once you’re in an ER, don’t let them blow you off. And don’t beat around the bush. Say it: “I might be having a heart attack.”
If they give you a quick once over and no tests, or shrug and say it’s probably gas or whatever, insist on having your blood levels of troponin checked.
And third, once you’re back home and making your followup appointments, talk to a functional or integrative physician about a natural approach to protect your blood vessels, ensure good circulation and block a future heart attack.
Get tested for Lp(a) and oxidized LDL cholesterol as well as a Carotid IMT ultrasound (CIMT) for a complete picture of your overall cardiac health and the risks you may be facing.
And consider some of my favorite science-backed natural therapies for heart health:
- CoenzymeQ10 (I like the MitoQ form)
- Vitamin K2 (MK7-menaquinone)
- Aged garlic extract (Kyolic Garlic Formula is the best)
You can’t go back in time and stop that heart attack.
But the future?
That’s completely within your power!