Five million more people should be taking statins to prevent heart attacks and strokes, according to an NHS watchdog. I’m not sure why this is a headline or first option to prevent a serious thing such as heart attacks and strokes, but it is.
First off, what are statins?
Statins are a class of medicines that are frequently used to lower blood cholesterol levels. The drugs are able to block the action of a chemical in the liver that is necessary for making cholesterol. More on statins see here!
The draft guidance from the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence could save an extra 2,000 lives a year if more patients are prescribed the cholesterol-fighting drugs (according to the NHS).
What most people don’t know is that statin drugs cause dementia and alzheimer’s, and makes the “pumper” function in males, go on a long vacation…
Patients are prescribed statins, low-cost drugs which lower bad cholesterol, if they have a 20% risk of cardiovascular disease within 10 years. What most people don’t know is that statin drugs cause dementia and alzheimer’s, and makes the pumper function in males, go on a long vacation.
For the request to be up to 5 million PEOPLE, they ought to look into natural things such as fish oils, flaxseed, borage oils, that will assist brain and heart function.
If you’re taking statin drugs, I would recommend you look up the side effects (SEE BELOW), and immediately get on Dr. Wallach’s Heart and Brain Pack, and if not the full pack, be sure to get plenty of essential fatty acids via nuts or fish oils, or flaxseed, and naturally promote and support heart and brain function.
This is a safer way to prevent heart attacks and strokes.
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*Statin Drug Side Effects: Are There Side Effects of Statin Drugs?
Most people who take statin drugs tolerate them very well. But some people experience side effects.
The most common statin side effects include:
Flushing of the skin
Muscle aches, tenderness, or weakness (myalgia)
Nausea and/or vomiting
Abdominal cramping and/or pain
Bloating and/or gas
Statins also carry warnings that memory loss, mental confusion, high blood sugar, and type 2 diabetes are possible side effects. It’s important to remember that statins may also interact with other medications you take. Taken From WebMD.com website!