Catch cardiac trouble before it’s TOO LATE [must-read!]

No one wants to experience—or witness—sudden cardiac arrest.

It occurs when there’s a sudden, unexpected loss of heart function. Breathing typically slows (or halts) and consciousness fades.

Obviously, the situation is dire… especially if you’re alone.

The good news is, research is shining light on some very specific symptoms that may occur 24 hours prior to this tragic loss of heart function…

Watch out for these telltale signs

In a new study published in The Lancet Digital Health journal, researchers found that HALF of all individuals who experienced sudden cardiac arrest showed at least one sign of the heart event up to a full-day prior.

And the telltale signs seem to be gender specific…

For women? It’s shortness of breath. For men? It’s chest pain.

Additional symptoms were revealed in a smaller subgroup of both genders as well, including heart palpitations, seizure-like activity, and flu-like symptoms.

If you, or someone you love, experience these sudden, abnormal health changes, it’s absolutely vital to reach out to a medical professional right away to get screened, or dial 9-1-1.

After all, this type of early intervention can quite literally save your life.

In fact, out-of-hospital sudden cardiac arrest takes the lives of a whopping 90 percent of victims. So, you can see why knowing, understanding, and watching out for the signs are absolutely critical.

Safeguard your heart

It’s clear why safeguarding your heart is important to overall health and longevity.

And I’m always reporting on ways to help protect against America’s top killers, like high blood pressure, heart attack, and stroke.

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Until next week,

Dr. Fred


“Individuals feel sex-specific symptoms before impending cardiac arrest, study finds.” MedicalXpress, 08/26/2023. (