Coronary Heart Treatment and Prevention with Dr. Allen’s Device is Suitable for Men and Women Despite Gender Differences in Symptoms Discussed Recently

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Doctors respond promptly to chest pain in men whereas women do not always develop the classic heart attack symptom excruciating chest pain and the feeling of an elephant sitting on the chest, as a result coronary disease in women can get later attention and poor treatment results. Fine Treatment recommends Dr. Allen’s Device for Heart Treatment for both men and women just when they experience abnormal physical symptoms to prevent a heart attack and ultimate heart failure.

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The device is a soft cotton vest with a natural thermo-element that improves blood circulation in the walls of coronary arteries.

Fine Treatment highlights that Dr. Allen’s Device improves blood circulation in coronary artery naturally improving the condition of the heart muscle and relieving coronary heart disease symptoms in both women and men. It is important as The American Heart Association estimates that heart attacks strike someone - man or woman - every 34 seconds. Annually, an estimated 720,000 people nationwide have a heart attack, and about 515,000 are first heart attacks, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

"Doctors respond promptly to chest pain," says Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum, director of the women and heart disease program at Lenox Hill Hospital in Manhattan, in the Newsday’s article ‘Women's heart-attack symptoms and treatments often differ’, dated April 14, 2014. ‘Women are more likely to experience so-called atypical symptoms - those that don't fit the male model of a heart attack. It's vital for women to know their symptoms because within the first year after a heart attack, women are more likely to die of the event than men.’

According to the article ‘Heart attack warning signs differ for men and women’ in the Reno Gazette-Journal, dated April 17, 2014, ‘Research conducted by the National Institute of Health showed that 95 percent of women surveyed often experience new or abnormal physical symptoms as early as a month prior to suffering a heart attack. The most common symptoms reported were unusual fatigue, sleep disturbance and shortness of breath. Shockingly, fewer than 30 percent of the women said they had chest pain, and 43 percent reported they had no chest pain at all. As more research data comes in, it's becoming increasingly clear that women's symptoms are not as predictable as men's.’

Women most often experience the following symptoms up to a month prior to a heart attack:

  •     Unusual fatigue
  •     Sleep disturbance
  •     Shortness of breath
  •     Indigestion and nausea
  •     Anxiety

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 survived a heart failure with the support of Dr. Allen’s therapy:

“Dr. Allen’s Device should be applied when women feel abnormal physical symptoms to strength the heart muscle,” comments Simon Allen, MD. “The device is a soft cotton vest with a natural thermo-element that improves blood circulation in the walls of coronary arteries.”

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About Dr. Simon Allen and Fine Treatment:
Simon Allen, MD, PhD, Academician, member of the ATA, is a highly experienced medical professional. His specialty is 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 ensures international availability of Dr. Allen’s Devices for chronic prostatitis and BPH treatment, coronary heart disease, dissolving kidney stones, as well as upper and lower back pain and sciatica relief.

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