Is it possible that electromagnetic radiation (EMR) could be the cause of the rising stoke incidents... I believe so! But more on that in a minute.
According to the American Stroke Association, ischemic strokes are caused by a lack of blood reaching part of the brain. This happens when blood vessels to the brain become narrowed or clogged with fatty deposits called plaque – cutting off blood flow to brain cells.
There are two types of ischemic strokes:
Thrombotic strokes are caused by a blood clot (thrombus) in an artery going to the brain. The clot blocks blood flow to part of the brain. Blood clots usually form in arteries damaged by plaque.
Embolic strokes are caused by a wandering clot (embolus) that’s formed elsewhere (usually in the heart or neck arteries). Clots are carried in the bloodstream and block a blood vessel in or leading to the brain.
Stroke in the United States – Scary statistics according to the CDC:
Stroke kills almost 130,000 Americans each year—that’s 1 out of every 20 deaths.
On average, one American dies from stroke every 4 minutes.
Every year, more than 795,000 people in the United States have a stroke.
About 610,000 of these are first or new strokes.
About 185,00 strokes—nearly one of four—are in people who have had a previous stroke.
About 87% of all strokes are ischemic strokes, when blood flow to the brain is blocked.
Stroke costs the United States an estimated $34 billion each year. This total includes the cost of health care services, medications to treat stroke, and missed days of work.
Stroke is a leading cause of serious long-term disability.
It is believed that high blood pressure is the most important risk factor for ischemic strokes, but I have a different opinion.
Although I do agree that high blood pressure plays huge a part in strokes, and many health issues, I believe there is a more deadly and invisible threat that many are overlooking. One that must be addressed – Electromagnetic radiation (EMR).
The dangers of EMR are frightening to say the least, but I am going to focus on the one that pertains to our topic today, ischemic strokes. I want you to review the results below of the blood flow in the brain pre-EMR from a cell phone, with EMR from a cell phone and then a cell phone with patented MRET technology.
If the above middle image doesn’t scare you, it should. The blood flow when exposed to cell phone radiation was virtually non-existent. Now take this blockage or lack of blood flow and add in some plaque due to poor diet choices and what do you have... a stroke waiting to happen. However, look closely at the last image. The blood flow was actually better than the control image.
According to Journal of the American Heart Association, there is “rising stroke incidence in young adults.” It is reported that there is 43.8% increase in strokes for individual’s ages 25 to 44 years and a slight increase of 4.7% in those ages 45 to 64 years. You can review the report yourself here.
“The burden of stroke is extremely high” is an understatement, in my opinion. As someone who is dealing with the aftermath of an ischemic stroke, I beg you to not look the other way when it comes to the impact EMR is having on your health. My dad, a young 73, now lays in a rehab facility with his life forever changed. Nearly 5 months since his stroke, which was followed by a near fatal car accident, he still cannot speak, cannot walk or do anything for himself. He is literally trapped within his body and miserable. It will only be by the grace of God if he will ever get to experience any kind of quality of life again -- we remain hopeful.
My dad did not have high blood pressure, but he did use his cell phone and was exposed to EMR 24-7, just like you and everyone you love. Am I saying that EMR is the sole cause of his stroke? No. But what I am saying is that I believe it had a HUGE part to play and that it was preventable.
Life is a precious gift. Please don’t take chances when there are simple proven solutions available to help mitigate one of the most prevalent stressor in our lifetime. Believe me; the suffering that comes from a stroke for both the stroke victim and their family is indescribable, and I'd wish it on no one.
Don't end up being a statistic. Please take a few minutes to learn more about the patented and proven EMR solutions that are available and then take action. I am a firm believer that “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” but even more so because not everything is curable.
"Smart technology is Safe technology!"
-- Bonnie Ellen
Health & Blessings,
Bonnie Ellen ;)