Treatment Clogged Arteries 2019

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Clogged arteries are a very dangerous condition, for anybody to have because a clogged artery means that the blood supply to your major organs like your heart and brain is impeded because of a blockage.

This isn’t good news because clogged arteries could lead to a heart attack or a stroke, a heart attack or stroke can have serious implications for your health for some it will be fatal.

Can clogged arteries be reversed? What is the best treatment clogged arteries?


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What is an artery?

An artery is simply a blood vessel that carries oxygen rich blood and nutrients all around the body from the top of your head to the tips of your toes.

When an artery is healthy the inner walls will be smooth, and the blood will have no difficulty flowing throughout the body.

However problems arise when arteries become clogged in some people, clogged arteries happen when a substance known as plaque starts to build up and sticks to the inner walls of the artery.

This is known as arterial plaque if it builds up enough it can impede blood flow or in some cases cut it off altogether.


Clogged arteries are dangerous

A person with clogged arteries has an increased risk of having a heart attack, stroke or death, because of the significant dangers and no matter your age.

It is in your best interest to be aware of the causes of clogged arteries and what you can do to minimize your heart disease risks and learn about treatment clogged arteries.

Causes of arterial plaque

The biggest danger to clogged arteries is plaque build-up, plaque is a combination of cholesterol, fat, calcium, fibrin and cellular waste, fibrin is a substance that enhances blood clotting.

The process of plaque build-up is worsened as the cells inside the artery walls start to increase emitting more substances that may make the clogged arteries worse.

Inflammation arteries

Atherosclerosis

As the plaque build-up starts to get bigger it causes atherosclerosis, this condition has the effect of making the arteries narrower and harder.

The experts aren’t sure how atherosclerosis starts but it is thought that inflammation causes damage to the endothelial (the inner lining of the artery) because of the damage the endothelial isn’t able to keep the blood flowing plaque sticks to the arterial walls, it’s thought that the plaque build-up may be caused by:

Too much bad cholesterol (LDL) or not enough good cholesterol (HDL) bad cholesterol or LDL stands for low density lipoprotein science has shown the LDL has a major part to play in the formation of arterial plaque.

What people don’t know is that everyone has HDL or good cholesterol is in circulation in our blood vessels, good cholesterol removes some of the bad cholesterol LDL inside the plaque build-up and brings it to the liver where it is secreted.


Diabetes is higher levels of blood sugars in the body, these higher levels are a major contributor to the formation of plaque, even people who are not quite at diabetic level but may have metabolic syndrome are in the high-risk category for plaque build-up.

Family history plays a role in the formation of plaque build so does stress, obesity and a sedentary or not so active lifestyle.

High blood pressure is another factor in plaque build-up, high blood pressure speeds up the process of arterial plaque build formation, it also contributes to clogged arteries hardening.

Cigarette smoke would seem to hasten the onset of atherosclerosis especially in the aorta, (it’s the biggest artery in our bodies) it also increases atherosclerosis in the heart and legs.


When does plaque start to develop?

Believe it or not the development of plaque build-up can start as early as your childhood or during your teenage years, clogged arteries or atherosclerosis may can develop anywhere from your late 30’s onwards.


Heart attack

Dangers of clogged arteries and arterial plaque

Depending on what area the arterial plaque build-up occurs in may cause several conditions related to a lack of blood supply including:

Coronary artery disease: Coronary artery or heart disease occurs when the arteries that carry blood to the heart become blocked with plaque build-up, the symptoms are chest pain or a shortness of breath, this type of condition can lead to a heart attack and is the main cause of death across the world.

According to the British Heart Foundation heart and circulatory diseases make up more than a quarter of all deaths in the United Kingdom each year, almost 170,000 people or 460 people dying each day from coronary artery disease, it is also the leading cause of death in the USA.


Peripheral Artery Disease: happens when there is an accumulation of plaque in the blood vessels carrying blood to the legs, this affects the quality and amount of oxygen going to the legs and can lead to pain, numbness or a serious infection in the legs or feet.

Carotid artery disease: The carotid arteries run up and down on both sides of the neck, they function to supply oxygen to the brain, if plaque accumulates in this area it could cause a stroke.


Symptoms clogged arteries

What are the symptoms of clogged arteries?

In many cases people do not experience any symptoms until a major event such as a heart attack or stroke happens.

This is why a heart attack or stroke is called “the silent killer” other people will have symptoms when there is a blockage of 70% or more and these symptoms will include:

  • Chest pain
  • Nausea
  • Sweating
  • Dizziness
  • Weakness
  • Heart palpitations
  • Shortness of breath

Chest pain

Chest pain also known as angina is very often the first symptom resulting from a reduction of blood supply to the heart, this is caused by an accumulation of plaque in the blood vessels that carry blood to the heart.

Carotid artery

Carotid artery disease occurs when the carotid artery leading to the brain becomes clogged this can cause a stroke which or a TIA (transient ischemic attack) a TIA may exhibit the following symptoms:

  • A feeling of numbness or weakness on one side of the body
  • Difficulty moving your arm or leg
  • Unclear speech
  • A loss of vision on one side

Peripheral artery disease

The peripheral arteries run all the way down your legs, when they become clogged symptoms will include:

  • Leg pain
  • Cold feet
  • Leg injuries are slower to heal
  • Gangrene

Gangrene happens when body tissue dies because of a shortage of blood flow, it could also be caused by a significant bacterial infection, it usually affects toes, fingers and limbs, it can also occur in the internal organs and muscles.

The chances of progressing to gangrene are increased if you have an unapparent condition that can cause damage to the blood vessels affecting blood flow like atherosclerosis or diabetes.

Treatment for gangrene may mean surgery to take out the dead tissue, hyperbaric oxygen therapy or antibiotics may also be used as a treatment.


Clogged arteries test

Is there a test for clogged arteries? there are several them, having visited your doctor and after detailing your symptoms a test based on the information will be assigned for you, a test such as:

  • Cholesterol test
  • X-RAY of the chest
  • Angiogram
  • MRI
  • Electrocardiogram
  • Echocardiogram
  • Cardiac stress test
  • CT scan
  • Ultrasound

Treatment clogged arteries

The medical profession have yet to come up with a treatment for clogged arteries that addresses the primary cause which is a build-up of plaque in the arteries.

Instead there are a number of treatment options based around prevention combined with lifestyle changes, depending on how severe the condition is will determine what course of action is best suited to the individual.

The alternative treatment clogged arteries is a natural product containing Nattokinase and Serrapeptase, these two enzymes have been used for many years in Europe and Asia to keep the numbers of people with heart disease at a lower level than countries like the USA and the United Kingdom.

Lifestyle changes

Having a healthy lifestyle is a priority and a necessity in managing arterial plaque and treating clogged arteries, changes that we recommend include:

  • Exercising at least 5 days a week
  • Keeping stress under control
  • Quit smoking
  • Eating a diet that is low in saturated fats & cholesterol
  • Eat less sugars
  • Eat more fruit and vegetables
  • Maintain a healthy blood pressure level
  • Keep blood sugars at healthy levels

Surgery

Surgery or other interventional procedure may be needed in some cases to treat the clogged arteries and these include:

Stent: this is a tiny tube coated with medication that is inserted into the clogged artery to help with blood flow, a catheter is placed into the radial (wrist) or femoral artery (groin) the stent passes through the catheter and is placed where the artery is clogged.

Balloon angioplasty: is a procedure that is used when there is a partial/full blockage the device pushes the plaque build-up away from the main area and onto the side walls.

By-pass: this is an onerous procedure where arteries are taken from other parts of the body usually the leg and are used to bypass clogged arteries allowing oxygen rich blood to flow to the main organs of the body.

Medication can be used to control several contributing factors in plaque accumulation, these medications include:

  • Cholesterol lowering medication
  • Blood thinners like aspirin to reduce the chances of harmful blood clots forming
  • High blood pressure lowering drugs

Blockbuster

Natural alternative treatment clogged arteries

Blockbuster ALLCLEAR is a powerful combination of enzymes plus other nutrients produced to deliver arterial cleansing and promote good health. The ingredients in Blockbuster ALLCLEAR are a testament to their effectiveness and health benefits for the cardiovascular system.

The formula contains 80,000 IU of Serrapeptase per serving plus 1,600 FU Nattokinase, both powerful enzymes that are known to reduce plaque build-up. Both combined are great support for cardiovascular and arterial health, another benefit is that Blockbuster ALLCLEAR provides support for healthy lungs, it is also safe for long term use.

Customers have reported a good experience with Blockbuster ALLCLEAR, you can read their testimonials here.


18 thoughts on “Treatment Clogged Arteries 2019”

  1. To my way of thinking clogged arteries,are one of the most life threatening,conditions afflicting the human race,they give no warning,and can cause strokes or heart attacks,both of which can be lethal,or can leave a person with disabilities for life,not able to walk,or use a hand, having a speech impediment,or having a lack of energy to do any strenuous work.

    The cause of blocked arteries is the build up of plaque, which forms through a build up of several substances,cholesterol,fat fibrin,calcium,and cellular waste.   The answers to the problem are exercise,and diet,a person who has an active, healthy lifestyle,does a lot of walking,running, swimming,does not smoke,and doesn’t allow themselves to be stressed,will be under less danger of plaque buildup.    

    We also need to eat the right foods,we need a diet that is low in saturated fats,and cholesterol,low in sugar,and we need to eat plenty of fruits and vegetables,there are also supplements,containing two enzymes,Nattokinase,and Serrapeptase,contained in a supplement called Blockbuster ALLCLEAR, which gradually clears the arteries of plaque.

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  2. I am just learning about clogged arteries from your website right now. It looks like a very deadly issue here ND it affects so many different parts of the system too. Well, I don’t know if you have any causes here but it’s good that plus all the ways to treat the problem you have added here, there is also a product that works for it. I should share this post, I wouldn’t know would I’d be helping. Nicely written here. Regards!

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  3. This is very sobering, I will definitely be more aware of checking my symptoms after reading this and looking after my  body to avoid getting clogged arteries!

    I have a question on following a low cholesterol diet.  I have read that there is good and bad cholesterol.  Have you come across this in your research?  In your opinion, is that accurate?  And how do I distinguish between foods that contain the good vs bad cholesterol?

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  4. This is a really educative and comprehensive post I must confess. I have heard about the clogged arteries before and I know how dangerous it can be because the blood supply to the major organs of the body is impeded due to blockage. It is acrucial to he extent that it can cause heart attack just as rightly said here. Thanks for giving more knowledge on this condition and the treatment for it. I hope to see more great reviews.

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    • Hi Willy,

      Clogged arteries are very dangerous and can lead to a heart attack, stroke or in some cases death, informing yourself is important.

      Fintan

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  5. This is a serious health condition that has been confirmed to have so many danger attached o it like stroke and heart attack. The blockage of passage of blood to the necessary organs In the body. This Is a really educative article that everyone should read because of its benefits and its sensitizing contents. Clogged Arteries can lead to several other diseases that can literally lead to death. I’ll share info about the product to some friends so they be able to recommend it to people who need it.

    Thanks for sharing this informative article, its really helpful and useful.

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  6. Thanks for sharing such educational post on here. I accept that this isn’t an health condition anybody would want to experience their whole life, I can’t even wish it for my enemy. I have a friend who suffer a stroke because of this problem. First he started with chest pain and one day it all came crumbling down on him. He takes alot of funny food and I believe it contributed to the problem. I am glad to have read more about it and gained a better understanding of this health issue. The suggested drug you gave, can someone who isn’t suffering from this health condition use it as well?

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  7. Prevention is always better than cure and I’m glad I came across this post. I started my research on causes of chest pain and one thing led to another and here I am learning about the possibilities of  having a clogged arteries. I smoke a lot but I never thought that could have been the cause of my chest pain but seeing that my lifestyle has ticked almost four boxes out of the possible causes of the symptoms, that is totally bad and I and definitely going to meet with a doctor today or tomorrow so that I can have myself checked out. Thanks

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    • Hi Shelley,

      You may have read this article in time, I wish that I had read something like this maybe I could have avoided a near death heart attack.

      Fintan

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  8. It’s very wonderful to learn about clogged arteries. I have an aunt who had an attack and he already had clogged arteries for a while but didn’t know. If I had read this post earlierz things wouldn’t have turned out how they did. Well, no knowledge is a waste I guess and I’m happy I found this. She’s still sought of sick and I guess she’ll be going for a surgery pretty soon. Tha ks for the detailed information. Nice post!

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  9. Hi,

    Thanks for such an informative article about treatment for clogged arteries. I have learned a lot today about artery block today and why it’s the cause and how to care it. My father in law has a problem.eem.he doctor said his arteries 60% is blocked now. We are trying to do different types of treatment but don’t think it’s working. I would like to use your recommended product. Shall, I need to ask the doctor? Or I can order prom here?

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    • Hi Nazmun,

      I’m sorry to hear about your father-in-law and his 60% blockage, if he is taking blood thinners like aspirin or warfarin it may not be safe to take those and the clogged artery product Blockbuster ALLCLEAR together, best advice is to speak to his doctor, however doctors don’t have any knowledge of a natural product like this. A lot of people like me have tried this product and the reviews are positive.

      All the best 

      Fintan

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  10. Wow I have just turned 30 and I am glad I came acroos this post.I am also glad that I have non of the symptoms that can cause a clogged artery.I will definately share this website with my friends and family so they can keep an eye out if they happen to encounter these symptoms.Your post is very imformative rearding the matter.thank you for the share

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