Strokes without risk factors
People without risk factors -tobacco, cholesterol, diabetes and hypertension nor a family history of cardiovascular disease are still victims of stroke and heart attack. Cardiologists sometimes struggle to explain why people without risk factors die of stroke or heart attack.
Several international teams who were conducting research on schizophrenia for some, for leukemia for others, have observed in some patients a significant accumulation of abnormal stem cells in the bone marrow where they gradually take the place of healthy cells. The vast majority of these patients never had hematologic cancer, but had, even in the absence of any other risk factor, a higher than average risk of dying from cardiovascular disease. Dr. Siddhartha Jaiswal of Stanford University details that “clonal hematopoiesis (name given to this condition) multiplies by 2.5 the risk of stroke and by 2 the risk of coronary heart disease (infarction). "It is as much as smoking, diabetes or high cholesterol." Mutations are not hereditary; they affect 2.5% of people over 50 and 12.5% of over 70. Professor Jean Ferrières from the Toulouse University Hospital and the French Federation of Cardiology underlines "At this frequency, there are quite rare mutations, but there may be others to explore". Detection of these mutations by a blood DNA test is possible, but experts do not recommend identifying carriers: "At present, there is no treatment to offer these people" explains Dr. Siddhartha Jaiswal . Even if the mechanisms by which these mutations promote cardiovascular risk are still poorly understood, it is obvious that these mutations promote atherosclerosis (formation of plaques in the blood vessels which, by accumulating or becoming detached, cause strokes and infarcts).
We must try to limit atherosclerosis (these plaques evolve slowly). There is a therapeutic avenue around chronic inflammation. The prescription of aspirin could be considered preventively. We should not forget the Carbone Magnetizer!
Even if there are genetic susceptibilities, families will be more at risk of having a particular pathology. Most important is the enormous influence of our environment. The lifestyle we adopt, the air we breathe and what we eat activate or inhibit some of our genes. We are a stakeholder in our life, it is about making the symphony that we create with interactions with our environment ring true. The human genome has 23,000 genes, but does the same gene necessarily give the same characteristic in two people? No. The genetic material is identical in identical twins. Confronted with different environments, they do not have the same diseases. Humans, magnetizers, have a real action potential on their genome, the modifications are reversible, the environment activates a gene and a change in external influences deactivates this same gene, and vice versa. It is essential to learn to manage stress, it is necessary to walk, to take pleasure in what you do, to pay attention to what you eat and to remember to ventilate yourself well. Small molecules that influence gene expression are produced by these five points.