Heart failure is deadly enough on its own — but the REAL reason it’s a stone-cold killer isn’t always the disease itself.
It’s your MEDS!
An urgent new warning from the American Heart Association exposes the ugly truth about some of today’s most common drugs, showing how they can increase your risk of pain… hospitalization… and even DEATH if you have heart failure.
These meds cover just about every major category, including both prescription and over-the-counter drugs, and even some “household names” like ibuprofen (a.k.a. Advil and Motrin).
Heart failure, as you no doubt know, means your heart muscles are getting as weak as a kitten.
They’re struggling with the workload of pumping out blood, failing to push out everything you need.
The AHA warning shows how many of the meds taken daily by millions of seniors can weaken those muscles even more, pushing them right to the brink.
There are so many meds on this new list I can’t possibly name them all here, but they include drugs for pain, blood pressure, heartburn, cancer, migraines, and more.
Heck, even plain old cold remedies can wreck your heart and cause or trigger heart failure.
That, my friend, is why you need to use extreme caution even with the most common of meds — because you never know which one is going to have your number.
This is especially true if you have heart failure, as the new warning so urgently shows. But did you know you could be in the early stages of heart failure right now… and not even realize it?
It’s true: A study I shared just last week found some 60 percent of older folks have at least some of the preclinical signs, and most of them are completely clueless.
One day, you think everything is fine.
Then, maybe you pop a painkiller, cold med, heartburn drug, or even BP pills, and it’s off to the ER.
And that’s if you’re lucky.
If you’re not, the next stop could be the morgue.
Don’t let yourself fall into that trap.
Protect your body… protect your heart… protect your LIFE… and make sure you’re not facing extra risks by taking meds you don’t need.
In many cases, you’ve got other options — ones to beat all of these conditions and then some without drugs.
Obviously heart failure is serious business, with or without these drugs, so don’t start or stop popping any pills without talking to a doctor first.
To get maximum results with minimum risk, I recommend working closely with an experienced member of the American College for Advancement in Medicine.