Heart Attack, Heart Failure, and Arrhythmia
There are 735,000 heart attacks in the U.S. every year. In an ambulance scenario, emergency professionals often use intravenous magnesium for immediate heart attack intervention to potentially save the heart attack sufferer’s life.
In a 1995 study, researchers found that the in-hospital death rate of those receiving IV magnesium was one-fourth that of those who received standard treatment alone.
In 2003, a follow-up study of these same patients revealed an enduring effect of magnesium treatment. Nearly twice as many patients in the standard treatment group had died compared to those who received magnesium, and there were considerably more cases of heart failure and impaired heart function in the placebo group.
Chelation (long used for the removal of heavy metals) is another excellent therapy for heart disease and circulatory disorders. It has also been given to heart disease patients as an alternative to invasive heart surgery, to alleviate angina, and to reduce high blood pressure.
During the past 50 years, over a million patients have undergone chelation treatments for a wide range of circulatory problems.
Its effectiveness for heart disease and circulatory disorders was discovered only by accident in the 1950s.
As World War II veterans afflicted with lead poisoning from painting battleships underwent chelation to “get the lead out,” physicians noticed that those who had chest or leg pain due to atherosclerosis were experiencing almost unbelievable improvement in these symptoms.