There’s a lot of people who are scared right now. There’s many cases of heart issues, clots, and strokes happening in this country right now, and nobody knows why. But if you ask the so-called “experts,” you’re told it’s probably climate change, or young people are just eating bad, and drinking too much, or something like that:
But of late, it has been observed that the age group that is the worst hit is the 25 – 40 bracket. The age group who is often indulged in unhealthy lifestyles and habits like smoking, alcohol and remain ignorant of the fact that they too are at risk of developing some serious illnesses. Appearing healthy from the outside does not assure perfect health.
It is important to prevent heart attacks as they could lead to severe complications like heart failure. What’s the difference between heart attack and heart failure? Generally, heart attacks occur when the blood flow to a part of the heart is partially or completely cut off, while on the other hand, heart failure is a condition where the heart is unable to pump sufficient blood to other body parts as efficiently as it should.
The time has come to become aware of the possibility of grave heart disorders and learn of ways to avert them. No matter how young you are, it is not too early to start taking care of your heart.
Yes, we agree, being “heart healthy” at any age, is the smart thing to do, but suggesting it’s now “normal” for some healthy athlete to die at 38-years-old, or a 17-year-old child to go to sleep and never wake up is because of poor diet or climate change is an insulting joke.
We need in-depth, bipartisan investigations into these “sudden deaths” and sudden collapses that are happening all over the place at a really alarming rate.
Because right now, people are scared and it’s perfectly normal and logical to believe the reason for all these “sudden” issues, could be due to the “sudden” changes the world faced over the past two years.
And one Republican political influencer is having some major regrets, and actually wishes he had been one of those “vaccine conspiracy theorists” a while ago, because now, he’s in heart failure.
Here’s what Ryan said in a heartfelt tweet:
“I wish I was a COVID conspiracy theorist early on instead if getting vaccinated. I’m in heart failure. The conspiracy theorists are doing just fine.”
I wish I was a COVID conspiracy theorist early on instead if getting vaccinated. I’m in heart failure. The conspiracy theorists are doing just fine.
— Ryan Cunningham (@rycunni) January 9, 2023
Some of the responses to his tweet were really powerful:
“I got covid while unvaxxed and was fine after 24hrs. Although I didn’t want it I did it for my family to ease their worries. I am in heart failure as well and had a chip inserted in my heart to monitor it. I have so many regrets.”
“I wasn’t vaccinated, but I take no pleasure in your health problems. I wish the vaccines were, at the very least, safe. Many of my friends and family are vaccinated. I pray for them and you.”
“Praying for you. Many people in your situation.”
“I didn’t get the shot(s) for 1 reason and no conspiracy theory involved. I was not vulnerable. If caught I had 0.03% risk of getting ill. I used basic logic and common sense. A “vaccine” “protects” the individual taking it, not a community so I never bought their shaming lies.”
“Prayers for healing and wellness. Crimes against humanity occurred and you are one of the victims. So forming an alliance to make sure this never happens again is the only path forward.”
Very sad. I pray this young man gets better, and lives a long and healthy life.
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