In this post things that can allegedly trigger heart attacks are listed. Since 2020 there’s been a rise of heart attacks amongst adults and children. Paid off scientists along with bought “experts” conduct studies showing how a long list of things can allegedly trigger heart attacks. Media outlets waste no time publishing articles about the studies from these experts. According to the CDC Black people are 30% more likely to have a heart attack compared to White people and Hispanics. With a wave of media outlets saying the same thing the general population forget about the amount of vaccines administered since 2020 and how they may have something to do with the rise in heart attacks. Read the full list below.
- Alcohol (wine): When it comes to heart attacks and alcohol studies are all over the place. Some studies show no amount of alcohol is good for your heart, drinking alcohol lower your chances of having a heart attack and drinking alcohol increase your chances of having a heart attack. Study 1 – Drinking 50 grams of alcohol per day increase your chances of having a heart attack by 70%. Drinking 100 grams of alcohol per day increase your chances of having a heart attack by 250%. (A 5-ounce serving of wine = 14 grams of alcohol) Study 2 – Drinking 6-8 grams of alcohol per day lower your chances of having a heart attack by 27%-50%.
- Aspirin: Studies show taking aspirin increase your chances of having a heart attack by 26%.
- Anger: Studies show within two hours of someone being angry their chances of having a heart attack is 4.74x more likely than someone who isn’t angry.
- Breakup: Studies show breaking up with someone or being broken up with can lead to Broken Heart Syndrome which can eventually cause heart attacks.
- Climate Change: According to the CDC climate change increase the chances of having a heart attack.
- Energy Bill: According to Dr Amir Khan if you can’t afford to heat your home you are a higher risk of having a heart attack compared to people that can afford to heat their home.
- Energy Drinks: According to Sachin Shah drinking energy drinks frequently can increase your chances of having a heart attack.
- Loneliness: Studies show being lonely can increase your chances of having a heart attack by 29% compared to people who aren’t lonely.
- Skipping Breakfast: Studies show that people who skip breakfast are 87% more likely to have a heart attack compared to the people that eat breakfast daily.
- Smoking Weed: Studies show that adults younger than 45yrs old who use cannabis are 2x more likely to have a heart attack compared to non-smokers.
- Watching Tv: Studies show adults that watch at least four hours of TV a day are 49% more likely to have a heart attack compared to the people that don’t watch that much TV a day.
- Look it up!