Coronary Heart Disease (CHD) Treatment with Dr. Allen’s Device Doesn’t Affect Daily Life So People Can Use It Preventing CHD Caused by Long Working Hours

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A recent article states that long working hours may increase risk of coronary heart disease (CHD), and 18% of adults employed full-time in the US work more than 60 hours a week. Dr. Allen’s therapeutic device helps to relieve angina and other symptoms of cardiovascular disease (CVD), so it can be used easily while people work preventing them from CHD, highlights Fine Treatment.

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Dr. Allen’s Device for Heart Treatment improves blood circulation in the walls of coronary arteries strengthening the heart muscle.

The researchers identified that the longer hours participants worked, the extra probably they had been to create CHD within 10 years, states a recent article in the Medical News Today. Fine Treatment recommends Dr. Allen’s Device for Heart Treatment to use daily, including working hours, for the treatment of CHD, just when people experience discomfort in chest or angina, to prevent a heart attack and improve their heart muscle condition.

A recent article, ‘Long working hours linked to increased risk of coronary heart disease,’ dated September 16, 2014, in the Medical News Today, states, "According to a recent poll, 18% of adults employed full-time in the US work more than 60 hours a week. Although these long hours may benefit pay packets, the same may not be said for heart health; a new study suggests long working hours may increase the risk of coronary heart disease." These who worked 61-70 hours a week were at 42% greater threat of CHD than these who worked 31-40 hours a week.

In this study, ‘Long working hours may increase risk of coronary heart disease,’ published in the American Journal of Industrial Medicine on August 27, 2014, Dr. Hong and colleagues wanted to see how working hours affected the risk of CHD. They assessed 8,350 participants aged 19 or over who were a part of the Korean National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey IV (2007-09). The authors have concluded that long working hours are significantly related to risk of coronary heart disease.

Dr. Allen’s therapeutic device is a perfect solution for the treatment of CHD as it improves the condition of the heart muscle gently, so people even don’t feel that they undergo serious therapy. In contrast to all other heart treatment options, Dr. Allen’s Device for Heart Care is free from side effects. The following video shows how a lady has recovered from a heart attack and survived from a heart failure with the support of Dr. Allen’s therapy: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d71eEYSgN2U.

“Dr. Allen’s Device should be applied when people have angina or discomfort in chest to prevent development of coronary heart disease. The device consists of a soft cotton vest with a natural thermo-element incorporated, so it can be worn 24 hours a day, including working hours, as it doesn’t impede movements,” comments Simon Allen. “Dr. Allen’s Device for Heart Treatment improves blood circulation in the walls of coronary arteries strengthening the heart muscle.”

For details, please visit Fine Treatment at http://finetreatment.com/coronary-heart-disease-treatment-angina-relief/.

About Dr. Simon Allen and Fine Treatment:
Dr. Simon Allen, MD, PhD, Academician, member of the ATA, is a highly experienced medical professional specialising in internal medicine. He has treated a wide range of chronic diseases, including patients after a heart attack, with kidneys problems, including kidney stones disease, prostate and spine conditions, as well as metabolic disorders. Fine Treatment exclusively offers Dr. Allen’s Devices for chronic prostatitis and BPH treatment, coronary heart disease, for dissolving kidney stones, easing chronic headaches, and relieving upper spine tension, lower back pain and sciatica.

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