Peripheral Artery Disease

Plaque Buildup and Peripheral Artery Disease

…in the coronary arteries that feed the heart or the carotid arteries leading to the brain. The result is restricted blood flow, discomfort, tiredness, heaviness and, often, cramping. To combat the condition, doctors often use drugs, angioplasty, or surgery in peripheral artery disease treatment. A Different…

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Undo the Side Effects of Statins

…people who should be taking cholesterol-lowering statin drugs—such as Zocor, Lipitor or the many others—are middle aged men with coronary artery disease. For everyone else, statins may actually be raising the incidence of heart failure because they deplete the body of CoQ10, a biochemical that’s…

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How To Beat Poor Blood Circulation

…itself, but rather with blockages of blood vessels going to and from the kidneys, stomach, arms, legs and feet. We call this condition peripheral vascular or arterial disease. You may know it as “poor blood circulation.” Poor Blood Circulation is a Common Issue An estimated 12 million Americans are affected…

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Peripheral Artery Disease 101

…, arms, legs, and feet. We call this condition peripheral vascular or arterial disease. You may know it as “poor blood circulation,” a phrase often used in the ads you see on television. An estimated 12 million Americans are affected by the disease, and its incidence increases with age—about one…

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