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Re: Coronary Artery Disease (Archive)

Posted by Walt Stoll on September 27, 2000 at 09:57:11:

In Reply to: Coronary Artery Disease posted by Maggie on September 25, 2000 at 18:09:59:

Hi, Magggie.

What did you do with my warning last year? If you had started a 10% fat diet, twice a day SR and a daily walking program, this would never have happened to you and you would not be writing this note or have a "zipper" on your chest.

Chelation would also have prevented this.

It is still not too late for you to do this. It should be perfectly obvious to you by now that the surgery did nothing about why your arteries closed up. They are STILL doing so.

Walt



Re: Coronary Artery Disease (Archive) SR a sure fire cure all????

Posted by Marlene on September 28, 2000 at 01:57:39:

In Reply to: Re: Coronary Artery Disease (Archive) posted by Walt Stoll on September 27, 2000 at 09:57:11:

Dr Stoll, if this girl has heart troubles throughout the family, how can these things you described for her to do , SR, low fat etc help? Why is SR a cure all for 99% of the problems on this board?



Coronary Artery Disease

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Maggie on September 25, 2000 at 18:09:59:

Dr. Stoll: Last year I wrote you about our family's hx of heart disease (my dad died at 48 of an MI and my brother had his first heart attack at 31). I asked you if I should be concerned about a very deep crease in my left ear lobe as some believe this may be a predictor of vascular collapse. You responded that I certainly should be concerned.

Unfortunately for me, you were right. In Sept. 99 I discovered that I had a 95% blockage in the LAD even though I was only 47 and had never smoked. In the year since the surgery, I have been in the ER 6 times with chest pain. I am on Zebta 5 mg (for a fast pulse) and after my last trip to the ER and intensive care (depressed ST waves on the EKG), the doctors want to put me on 30 mg of Imdur (nitro). This despite their insistence that I have no additional blockage since the by pass (mammery gland used instead of leg veins). Should I take the Imdur? Any suggestions to strength the heart? Thankx, Maggie.



Re: Coronary Artery Disease (Archive) SR a sure fire cure all????

Posted by Walt Stoll on September 30, 2000 at 09:03:16:

In Reply to: Re: Coronary Artery Disease (Archive) SR a sure fire cure all???? posted by Marlene on September 28, 2000 at 01:57:39:

Hi, Marlene.

Although I have answered this same question a number of times (which you would have found if you has spent any time on the archives about your question) it is such a good question that I am briefly answering it again here:

BECAUSE, by the time people come to this board MOST of their (so far) incurable conditions are related mostly to the effects on their metabilism and physiology that happens when stress-effect is stored in their hypothalamus. The ONLY thing yet found that will discharge this effect faster than it is added every day is SR.

Besides, although it is not a "cure-all", it IS frequently the most importrant single thing that no one has mentioned to them so far. Harmless and ALWAYS HELPS. Why NOT give it a try? There is plenty of medical research about this if you care to look.

Start with Hans Selye (dead), MD's 50 years of research summarized by his lay book "The Stress of Life". Or Herb Benson (present Harvard professor), MD's classic " The Relaxation Response", OR Dr Pelletier's (present USC professor) classic "Mind as Healer, Mind as Slayer".

Let us know what you learn.

Walt



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