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Don’t let this be your story. Two Heart Attacks in one day
” “I love you and I’ll see you tonight.”
Those were the last words she uttered to her husband and children before she rushed out the door to make it to work on time the day that changed her life.
“I’ll never get to tell them that again,” were the first thoughts that came to mind when the doctor came in and told me my test indicated I had suffered a heart attack.
Friday, began as any other day. I got up an hour before my kids, dressed myself, made their breakfast and checked their lunch boxes to make sure they were not full of chips and junk. I worked myself into a frenzy looking for lost homework, socks, belts, and shoes, and rushing them to eat their breakfast.
At work I began my normal routine. As I sat at my desk scrolling through emails, I remember feeling shortness of breath, heartburn, tightening in my jaw, and probably the worst nausea I have ever had. ”Maybe I’m coming down with something” was what I thought. “Maybe I just need to throw up. Then I will feel better.”
The floor of the bathroom was cold and felt good on my forehead and face as I lay there drenched in sweat, dry-heaving and dizzy. ‘Get yourself together,” I told myself. “You can’t take a sick day; you need to save your time in case the kids get sick. You can do this….get up…just get dressed and get through the day. Maybe you can leave at lunch time,” I told myself.
So get up I did. I sat in on a conference call and started feeling worse, so I tried to rest in the break room. Throughout the morning my symptoms came and went. By lunchtime, when my symptoms persisted, I looked them up and saw “heart attack” coming up often. I was shocked but still dismissed the possibility and kept working. “I’ll shake whatever this is” yet the symptoms returned much worse.
A few hours later, I went online again and came across the symptoms I was having and I started reading real stories by women who had symptoms like I was. I kept clicking and clicking, hoping to find a different diagnosis. Here’s where “that won’t happen to me” intersects with reality. I sat there numb, realizing that I was having a heart attack.
I called my husband and doctor and they both told me to go to the hospital immediately. I decided not to call 911. Why? I was counting dollars and wanted to avoid the ambulance bill. I drove home first and left a key for my sons and made sure they had an afternoon snack prepared, and then drove myself to the emergency room. At this point, loss of oxygen was obviously affecting my brain!
“Hi, I think I’m having a heart attack,” is what I told the hospital registrar before collapsing into a wheelchair that was propped against the desk.
If I had arrived any later, my story may have been much different. Myocardial infarction is referred to as a “heart attack.” With each passing minute, the heart loses oxygen. I was admitted and had my second heart attack that evening. Everything moved so quickly. I was in utter disbelief that this was happening to me! I lay in the bed, in and out of medicated sleep.
When they tell you life flashes before your eyes? It really does! My Husband! My Sons! My Parents! My Purpose! My family and friends! Is this really it? Is life ending this way? I had so many plans and goals yet to achieve. I had a list of things I wanted to instill in my children! And then I prayed that infamous prayer, “God, if you allow me to live…I promise that I will live the purpose YOU have assigned me. No holds barred! I’m yours!”
After months of cardiac rehab, therapy and nutritional counseling, my family and I now all focus on heart healthy living. We’ve made changes to our nutrition and physical activity, and my health choices have resulted in losing 30 pounds and counting. Since my family has a history of heart disease, everyone in my family has been tested and we’ve discovered that my eldest son has high cholesterol. After seeing what I’ve been through, he is now making his own healthy choices. “
There are thousands of stories like this and denial is the biggest killer of all. Xtendovite is here to protect you from these type of events ruining your dreams.
Heart Attacks and strokes are the number one killer and the biggest health concern affecting North Americans today. Risk factors include high blood pressure, high cholesterol, smoking, being overweight, physical inactivity, diabetes, stress, poor diet, family history and aging. Most of the risk factors can be minimized or eliminated. Medical research shows that diet and lifestyle changes as well other natural therapies can effectively combat heart disease.
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Heart Drop 2000 has been in business since the year 2000. It all started with a heart attack in June of 1998, One that I ignored until it was almost too late, Then in February 1999, I started taking the garlic, cayenne mix drops and then, seven months later, I had some chest pains, so my doctor sent me for some tests. My doctor could not believe the results, She told me that the 35% of my heart that had been damaged during my heart attack had rebuilt itself. She photocopied my medical records and gave them to me saying “no one would ever believe you had a heart attack”. Then my doctor’s took me off my medication and told me nothing was wrong with me.
When I found that out, I wanted to tell the world. I had lost 4 of our 6 family members to heart disease and I am not alone. This happens all to often, right out of nowhere. Young mothers, fathers, son’s and daughters all are dying unexpectedly at way too young of age. My grandparents lived into their 80’s and 90’s, My fathers father was 86 my father was 62, my brother was 44, that is the last three generations of my family. I had a massive heart attack at 42, the doctors did not expect me to survive. (see the company page for more) I have always looked at life as more of a gift since then. Why am I here and my brothers aren’t. Maybe there are things for me to do, Like help you live longer!
The goal of Heart Drop 2000 is to help as many people as possible to “extend their life” with Xtendovite. Our reward come’s as people call to reorder and tell us about the changes in their life now. Don’t take my word for it, take yours.
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Our Name. Xtend – to last longer. vite – Latin for Life “Extend your life with Xtendovite”
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