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Posted by tfylan(screen name)
on September 07, 2000 at 12:13:53:
In Reply to: Silent heart attack?? posted by baja200 on September 05, 2000 at 18:08:19:
: Is there such a thing as a silent heart attack? That you don't feel chest pain or back pain. Can you have a heart attack that's serious but not painful?
REPLY Possibly silent heart attacks might be connected with diabetes you would have to check on a couple of facts Can insulin affect muscles of the diaphragm and intercostal muscles quite quickly In cases of diabetes ,can shortage of airbe caused by failure of diaphragm muscles and intercostal muscles in times when extra air is needed ?? There are differences in the way in which females breathe and the way in which men breathe One sex uses the intercostal muscles more than the diaphragm If this is correct then syndrome x of young women who have silent heart attacks ,might be fundamentally rooted in insulin problems or sugar sensitivityI seem to remember relatives of mine always having legumes with breakfast because of their sugar sensitivity Perhaps they just wore tight corsets!!!! From Fliveya(screen name)
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