Do the veins arteries tear too? How would they repair themselves?
Your body sends calcium, cholesterol, and fibrin to patch up arteries damaged from oxidative stress(mainly caused by sugar)
So if you take K2 to remove that calcium from the artery wouldn't that be a bad thing because now the artery is, let's say, open again?
Results From the CARDIA Study
To investigate whether low-carbohydrate diets (LCDs) were associated with coronary artery calcium (CAC) progression.
We included the participants who completed computed tomography assessment of baseline CAC in 2000 to 2001 (year 15) and follow-up (year 20 or 25) and food frequency questionnaire (years 0, 7, and 20) in the CARDIA study (Coronary Artery Risk Development in Young Adults). CAC progression was defined as CAC >0 at follow-up among participants with baseline CAC of 0 and an annualized change of 10 or percent change of ≥10% for those with 0<baseline CAC<100 or baseline CAC≥100, respectively. Among 2226 included participants (age, 40.4±3.5 years; 45.4% men), the carbohydrate intake accounted for 47.8±6.5% of total energy, and 204 (9.2%) had CAC at baseline (year 15). Over a mean follow-up of 8.3 years, 591 (26.5%) participants had CAC progression. After adjustment for traditional cardiovascula... keep reading on reddit ➡
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- left eye nystagmus
- tinnitus in my left ear
- high-frequency hearing loss in my left ear
Hearing in my left ear was always slightly off, probably because of that artery.
Things got worse after an ear infection. It caused sleep issues, brain fog, tinnitus, and worsened my hearing.
I'm ok now, my treatment is still in progress - turns out I have inflammation in my sinuses which might be the root cause of the infection.
Would there be any benefit of *fixing* that artery which I believe is putting some pressure on my hearing nerve? I guess it might not be worth taking the risk but I'm just worried if my hearing can get any worse because of it.
I will go to a laryngologist and neurologist, but maybe you guys have something to say about it.
PS. I take anti-bacterial antibiotics and use nose spray to reduce sinus inflammation.
PS. As I always suspected, tinnitus sucks, so I wish you all sufferers all the best, and let's hope we will get some good treatment in the next 10 years.
I’ve recently learned about K2 and it’s ability to reduce calcium buildup in arteries, and just read that magnesium also has the ability to reduce calcified plaque in the arteries. Would it be good enough to focus on getting enough magnesium in your body rather than K2 for this purpose? I ask this because magnesium is much more easy to find in foods than K2 is.
Bonus: collect the blood for painting the wall later
Hi All - just looking to see if any others had this and hear experiences. At my 24 week appointment, the Dr asked me if the dr at my 20 week anatomy scan asked me if I wanted another ultrasound. My response:”no, why? What’s wrong?” She told me the other dr probably didn’t mention it because it really isn’t a concern. Baby’s umbilical cord has 1 vein and 2 arteries, but one artery is measuring small. They offered me another scan at 28 weeks just to make sure baby is growing ok. I am really not overly concerned because 1. My dr didn’t seem concerned 2. My belly is growing and 3. Baby moves A LOT.
I definitely took them up on another US and go for that in about a week and a half.
I know some umbilical cords only have 1 artery and babies are usually just fine with that “abnormality.”
Just hoping to hear others’ experiences :)
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I accidentally stapled my finger the other day and have been curious since. If you stapled an artery, so both sides go cleanly through, what would happen? Would it block off enough to cause it to burst? Would it be fine until you took it out? How do you go about removing it without letting out massive amounts of blood?
Alright guys so this is freaking me out....besides all the obvious signs of injecting meth in an artery (burning, stinging, bright red blood) I didn't have any of those but I believe I did indeed inject accidentally in an artery. What symptoms would I be experiencing? Its been 20 minutes since I injected the shot?? Please help!!!!!