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The World Health Organization projects the largest increases in cardiovascular disease worldwide are occurring in Asia. In the heart failure patients, the risk of death increasing particularly with left ventricular ejection fraction (LVEF) less than 40%. There is resistance in practicing the implantation of defibrillator to reduce sudden cardiac death among the Asian populations and there is less option could be taken to increase the LVEF.

We should do something about this. Do you have any recommendations in mind?

  • Go to Mike Lee's profile

    posted by  in Malaysia forum 

    Hi Gerald,

    Thanks for the explaining it to me, honestly thank you so much guys for helping me understand more what C02 is. I hope there's a clinic or facility that offers this kind of treatment.

    Thanks!

  • Go to Mike Lee's profile

    posted by  in Malaysia forum 

    Hi Gerald,

    Thanks for the response, I actually did my research and what you say is right, I also found out that I have neighbors who actually have a device which turns c02 into vapor wherein they put their thumb on the end part of the device (looks like a big pen) only for 5 min once every day. I'm hoping that this product is legit

    Thanks!

  • Go to Mike Lee's profile

    posted by  in Malaysia forum 

    Hi Gerald,

    I see what your saying, and it does make sense, really, if veins are blocked heart is forced to work double time which causes blood pressure to go up, hmmmm. I'm just wondering if there's c02 treatment facility available in my country.

    Thanks!

  • Gerald Smarts

    posted by  in Malaysia forum 

    Hi Michael,

    Glad to! The microcirculation, consisting of resistance arteries, arterioles, capillaries, and venules, has been the focus of increasing research interest in recent years. Previously, many of the most important forms of cardiovascular disease were considered to involve primarily large vessels, particularly the conduit arteries. However, recent advances have highlighted the crucial involvement of the microcirculation in many cardiovascular conditions. Hypertension predisposes to all major forms of cardiovascular disease, and it has long been recognized that distinctive changes in the structure of small vessels, such as an increase in media:lumen ratio, and changes at the microvascular network level, such as arteriolar and capillary rarefaction, accompany many forms of hypertension in humans and animals. Closer attention to the microcirculation will ultimately improve the treatment and prevention of many of the most important forms of cardiovascular diseases. Carbon dioxide (CO2) is one of the mediators of local autoregulation of blood supply. If its levels are high, the capillaries expand to allow a greater blood flow to that tissue.

  • Go to Mike Lee's profile

    posted by  in Malaysia forum 

    Hi gerald,

    So I've read your post about c02, I came from a family with high blood pressure (though I don't have it I guess yet?) and I'm looking for a way maybe to prevent it from happening or if not possible at-least to maintain my blood pressure on an acceptable numbers, now my relatives are all taking medication/maintenance (not all) but still I can see that it doesn't really improve their health or blood pressure, I do daily exercise and eat healthy foods and just wondering can c02 treatment help me still to boost my immunity/health and maybe to prevent me on having high blood pressure? TIA for the answer

    Thanks!

  • Gerald Smarts

    posted by  in Malaysia forum 

    Poor circulation causes heart diseases. We have to improve our microvascular function which is critical in regulating blood
    flow, tissue perfusion, blood pressure, oxygen delivery and waste removal. Luckily, we can now have better options in attaining optimal functioning through CO2 therapy. By using vaporized purified CO2, we can significantly increase oxygenated blood flow, skin perfusion, and strengthen microcirculation for hours at a time. The therapy itself is FDA approved and has been used by similar methods in the past.

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