Heart disease drug to treat P.A.D? maybe not

 

 

Researchers in Australia may recommend using a heart disease medication to treat P.A.D but one must wonder if is this really a good idea? PAD is increasing worldwide, periph

P.A.D is extremely serious

P.A.D is extremely serious

eral artery disease is a very serious condition that effects the heart, it is often the number one warning sign of a coming heart attack. The legs are usually heavy and there is much trouble walking. Heart disease pills do not treat P.A.D directly.

 

What the researchers say about Ramipril

 

Ramipril is a heart and high blood pressure medication, it is not a drug for peripheral artery disease. Ramipril is also used mainly for coronary problems. When researchers in Australia tested this drug on people with peripheral artery disease they found that those who had difficulty walking did experience a slight improvement in pain. Walking was slightly less painful but this heart disease drug is not treating your peripheral artery disease problem directly. We are not recommending to you that you do no take Ramipril, please consult your doctor before taking any drugs. We are making it clear that this is a heart disease and high blood pressure medication and was not created to treat P.A.D

 

The most important thing to remember about peripheral artery disease is that it is a serious warning of coming heart failure of coronary attack. As the legs go so does much of the body, tired or heavy legs is not normal and can mean big trouble. They are a sign of serious damage to the arteries supporting your heart function. We have shown in Europe that much of P.A.D pain can be reversed naturally while saving the heart drug free. Researchers in Europe have shown the only natural diet created for the reversal of peripheral artery disease in the world and used in over 10 countries

 

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