September 29, worldwide, at the initiative of the World Heart Federation, with the support of many initiative organizations and groups (UNESCO, WHO, etc.) since 1999, World Heart Day is celebrated. Its purpose is to attract the attention of people and their awareness of the scale of the problem of the spread of the 21st century epidemic of cardiovascular diseases. They are the leading cause of death all over the world, no other cause claims so many human lives. A huge medical and social problem are these diseases in Russia - every year in our country about half a million people die from diseases of the circulatory system.
But according to the World Heart Federation, up to 80% of cardiovascular accidents and deaths from them could have been avoided. Therefore, the second big task of World Heart Day is to provide competent and effective prevention of heart and vascular diseases.
The basic aspects of the prevention of diseases of the cardiovascular system are:
Preventing smoking (passive and active), excessive use of alcohol, drugs;
Maintain optimal and competent motor activity, weight control, the fight against obesity;
Healthy rational nutrition with high biological value, the use (prescribed by a doctor) of drugs, as well as nutraceuticals and geroprotectors, optimizing the work of the circulatory system, supporting its compensatory capabilities;
Regular prophylactic medical examination and timely treatment, knowledge of its main parameters: numbers of blood pressure, glucose level, cholesterol and its fractions, body mass index;
Reduction of psycho-emotional and physical stress loads on the body - competent stress management, adherence to sleep and wakefulness.
The main factor causing the development of diseases of the circulatory system, is now considered atherosclerosis. Complications of atherosclerotic vascular changes are such terrible diseases as stroke, heart attack, as well as coronary heart disease, hypertension, etc. Atherosclerosis is called "the disease of civilization or the plague of the 21st century." However, the modern results of the study of the mummies of ancient Egypt showed that the Egyptian pharaohs were also subject to atherosclerosis. That is, this disease has been haunting humanity for more than one millennium.Knowledge of the causes leading to the development of atherosclerotic changes in the vessels and leading to their narrowing, and therefore impaired blood circulation in vital organs: heart, brain, kidneys, lower limbs and adherence to effective preventive measures will help us stay healthy and live much longer and better. !It is well known that atherosclerosis has many causes. Hereditary factors are of primary importance, i.e. genetic predisposition of a person, gender and age, environmental conditions surrounding a person, as well as the nature and quality of food, psychological atmosphere, stress level and ability to cope with it.Disruption of lipid balance as a result of over-calorie and poor nutrition, along with other causes (heredity, sedentary lifestyle, chronic intoxication) is the basis for the development of another serious trigger for the development of atherosclerosis - the metabolic syndrome. This is a complex of disorders, including obesity, decreased tissue sensitivity to insulin, arterial hypertension, a tendency to thrombosis and impaired carbohydrate, lipid and purine exchanges. With metabolic syndrome, the level of free fatty acids in the blood rises, the level of low-density lipoproteins increases (due to their small size they easily penetrate into the walls of blood vessels and are deposited there), and the low level of high-density lipoproteins, which does not penetrate into the vessel wall. A large number of studies demonstrate a clear link between lipid metabolism disorders and an increased risk of coronary heart disease (CHD) and stroke.Two ancient Greek words athere (gruel) and sclerosis (solid) reflect the essence of the process of forming atherosclerotic changes in the vessels. First, as a result of lipid imbalance, fatty spots and stripes appear on the inner endothelial wall of the arteries. If desquamation occurs — damage to the inner lining of endothelium vessels under the influence of various factors (high blood pressure, spasms, abnormal turbulent blood flows in the area of vascular branching, immune mechanisms, toxins, viruses, alcohol abuse, smoking, hyperglycemia, etc.), the process starts the occurrence of atherosclerotic plaque.
The complex "Previn" and Peptide complex-19 is recommended as a means of primary prevention of diseases of the heart and blood vessels for:
age over 40;
hereditary predisposition (family history of episodes of early atherosclerosis or vascular accidents);
use of hormonal contraceptives in women;
prolonged physical and / or psycho-emotional overstrain, playing sports;
the presence of bad habits (smoking, alcohol), chronic occupational intoxication, adverse environmental conditions.
In combination with drug therapy to speed up the healing process, this complex can be offered to patients with the following diseases:
coronary heart disease, hypertension;
diabetes; metabolic syndrome and other metabolic diseases, obesity, increased atherogenicity;
varicose veins, for the prevention of blood clots;
in the rehabilitation of post-infarction and post-stroke patients.
Mode of application:
Preventive regimen: “Previn”: 1 capsule 2 times daily before meals for 4–6 weeks.
Peptide complex-19: apply 6–8 drops on the inner surface of the forearm and grind until completely absorbed for 4–6 weeks.
The course can be repeated 2-3 times a year.
If there are two or more risk factors for the development of atherosclerosis, an enhanced regimen is used:
"Previn" 1-2 capsules 2-3 times a day for 3 months.
Peptide complex-19: Apply 6-8 drops on the inner surface of the forearm and grind until completely absorbed within 3 months.
Then take a break for 1 month, and then repeat the course of treatment.