Cardiovascular Problems Secret Cause
Paul “Bear” Bryant, the winningest coach in college football history, died of a massive heart attack shortly after his retirement. His abrupt demise was termed a “sudden death.”
A sudden death occurs once every minute. It’s the leading cause of death in the 20-to-64 age group and usually involves a heart attack that kills within an hour of the onset of symptoms.
Underneath these cold, hard statistics emerges an equally important factor in the sudden death syndrome. This is the powerful relationship between the mind and body. For example, I believe Coach Bryant joined the thousands of individuals who, after they lost the motivating force in their lives, such as a spouse or career, also lost their will to live. Bear Bryant’s life purpose was coaching. When this connection was broken, he experienced heartbreak, which can often lead to a variety of cardiovascular problems, including heart attack and stroke.
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