Heart attacks

A myocardial infarction , commonly known as a heart attack, occurs when blood flow decreases or stops in the coronary artery of the heart, causing damage to the heart muscle. – Wikipedia

This seems reasonable but..

This video shows what happens when a coronary artery is manually clamped and the blood flow through it completely stopped. Blood continues to flow through the artery and the heart’s performance is not in any way impeded!

A whole mass of supplementary arteries has bypassed the blockage and continues to supply blood to the heart and even replenish the flow in the coronary artery itself.

Tom Cowan is of the opinion that heart attacks have something to do with a weakened electrical system caused by a dysfunctional or stressed parasympathetic system. This can cause decreased Heart Rate Variability which has been shown to be associated with heart attacks and a host of other diseases. (Heart Math page)

  • People who have heart attacks (over 95% of them) had a decrease in their parasympathetic nervous system just prior to the event 
  •  If you have a constantly stressed parasympathetic nervous system, you’ll have a parasympathetic insult and there will be a shift from the heart getting its fuel from fat to getting its fuel from glucose (and that’s inefficient and leads to lactic acid accumulating)
  • https://www.westonaprice.org/podcast/59-what-causes-heart-attacks/

The incidence of heart attacks varies on a seasonal basis as this chart based upon Australian data shows, with peak fatalities occurring in the winter.
See also Influenza and Resonance.


Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Myocardial_infarction

Heart attack new approaches: Dr Knut Stroka
YouTube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VdmygoHb0x8

What causes heart attacks? Tom Cowan

Provisional Mortality Statistics – Australian Bureau of Statistics