An end to angina attacks?
Question: Is there a way to stop angina attacks, or at least make them less severe?
Dr. Wright: Angina pain is usually due to ischemia, which means lack of blood flow. Attacks are brought on when the arteries that serve the heart narrow and go into spasm. Since rapid infusions of magnesium can quickly relax blood-vessel spasms anywhere in the body, it's ideal for this situation.
Over the last 30 years, I've treated dozens of angina patients with rapid intravenous infusions of magnesium (given along with vitamin B6). These infusions always put an end to the angina attack, and with repeated infusions on a regular basis, angina pain almost always fades away permanently.
Obviously, since this treatment involves IV nutrients, it requires the help of a physician skilled and knowledgeable in natural medicine. To find one in your area, contact the American College for Advancement in Medicine at (800) 532-3688 or visit their website, www.acam.org.
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Jonathan V. Wright, M.D. has degrees from both Harvard University (cum laude) and the University of Michigan. More than any other doctor, he practically invented the modern science of applied nutritional biochemistry and he has advanced nutritional medicine for nearly three decades.
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