We All Know Someone Suffering from HF
Heart Failure is condition of weakening of heart muscle, resulting in inefficient cardiac output and back up of blood flow. As blood pressure increases in the heart and lungs, patients develop debilitating symptoms of fatigue and respiratory failure. Nearly 80% of patients struggle with these symptoms, and half of patients live with treatment-resistant heart failure.
Hyperactivity of the Nervous System and the Heart Driving Symptoms
Evidence suggests that the heart and autonomic nervous system are trapped in a cycle of hyperactivity. This cycle causes fluid to accumulate in the chest and lungs, progressing heart failure.
If we are able to control the nerves, we can control heart failure.