*** Learn All About this Sleeping Killer - Deep Vein Thrombosis ***
Did you know?
That over 600,000 people in the U.S.A. are affected by Deep Vein Thrombosis every year?
Also in the U.S.A., it is the second most frequent vascular disease.
Early detection can prevent escalation to pulmonary embolism.
Finding out too late that a loved one had a serious condition that could have been treated is devastating news. Deep Vein Thrombosis, is one of those conditions.
Unless you have a history of Deep Vein Thrombosis, either for yourself or a loved one, you probably never even heard of the condition, let alone considered preventative measures.
Because many of the symptoms parallel other diseases DVT can be difficult to recognize and diagnose. There's also no disguising the pain associated with it.
Maybe you or your loved one has experienced an illness that required complete bed rest. Thinking you are doing just what the doctor ordered, imagine how horrifying it can be to suddenly discover that was the one thing that led to a blood clot rampaging through your body.
The damage resulting from an out of control clot should not be minimized. A clot like this can journey toward the heart and make a convenient pit stop in the lungs. The result? That pulmonary embolism we addressed above.
Gone are the days when we could sail through life taking good health for granted. There are too many factors to consider today. Doctors are overworked, pressed for more billable hours by their business advisors, especially if he or she is associated with an HMO.
The only real way to look out for your health is to take control of your own body. Read and learn everything you can about good and bad health. We aren't telling you to become a fanatic, but do become aware of your body.
Deep Vein Thrombosis can occur anywhere, anytime to anyone. You need to know what it's all about and what to watch for.
• It can occur during long flights when you have little to no legroom.
• A simple vein injury can cause DVT and a vein injury can be as simple as just bumping your leg.
• Pregnancy greatly increases the risk.
• Infection, liver disease and some cancers can cause it.
There is much more involved in getting the straight scoop about DVT. Your best bet is to grab a copy of "Your Guide to Deep Vein Thrombosis."
Not only will this guide address the issues we have brought up here, it will also answer question you didn't even know you had! And, it will do it in plain english not medical speak.
Nothing is a substitute for medical care, but going to the doctor anymore darn near requires the keys to Fort Knox! You need to be prepared and know how to deal with your health. "Your Guide to Deep Vein Thrombosis" will answer your most burning questions without a costly visit.
Read it, learn it and apply it. Like the Boy Scouts, "be prepared."
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