Preventing a Mini-Stroke -TIA (Transient Ischemic Attack)

Preventing a Mini-Stroke -TIA (Transient Ischemic Attack)

Preventing a Mini-Stroke -TIA (Transient Ischemic Attack)

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hi guys in this video I’m going to talk about Ti a transient ischemic attack okay this is kind of like a a mini stroke that’s temporary that kind of tells you that there’s a stroke coming okay so it can be resolved within 24 hours so it’s a temporary episode of neurological dysfunction caused by decreased blood flow okay of the brain spinal cord or even in the eye so it’s a risk factor for stroke many people that get these they end up getting a stroke a little bit later so some of the symptoms for a TIAA or stroke would be contralateral paralysis so if the stroke was on the left side of your brain you’re going to have problems on the opposite side if contralateral weakness numbness loss of vision slurred speech can’t comprehend confusion those are the symptoms and sometimes there’s not any symptoms at all so our three main mechanisms let’s start with the first one called an embolus what’s an embolus let’s just envision you have this plaquing in the artery which is composed of cholesterol calcium and fibrous tissue okay and part of that tissue that plaque broke off and then plugged up a vessel somewhere else in your body that would cause a TAA or stroke okay number two a thrombus a thrombus is just a blood clot and most promises occur in the atrium of the heart the first chamber of the heart it’s like a primer pump before you get to the ventricle and that comes from atrial fibrillation okay so you have this excessive beating of the heart and then you get the stagnant blood and you get pooling and you get a blood clot okay so it’s going to block the blood flow to a certain part of your body then we have an aneurysm okay and that’s like a ballooning effect if you could imagine blowing up a balloon and then eventually it’s going to pop and you’re going to actually die of internal bleeding so that can actually happen as well so now let’s talk about what would cause an embolus well I have a lot of videos on that you have this whole chain of events that occurs and it’s not it’s not hiked straw that’s late in the chain the first event is low vitamin C because there’s an inflammatory condition or the person has high levels of insulin that’s why one of the risk factors of a stroke is becoming a diabetic because the high insulin depletes the vitamin C starts the lesion in the the cells and the artery and there comes the cholesterol there comes the calcium here comes the fibrous tissue and you start building up a clot so really this comes from hollows of insulin it comes from you know of course junk foods it comes from vitamin C deficiencies then we have torrontés a blood clot the most common cause is in the atrium of the heart it’s the chamber of the heart it’s like a primer pump and that that comes from having atrial fibrillation which is kind of like an erratic heartbeat to the point where there’s pooling involved then you get a clot so the question is what causes atrial fib that’s a potassium deficiency or a magnesium deficiency so either you’re not consuming seven cups of vegetables to eat your potassium or avocados or you’re consuming too much sugar you’re pre-diabetic giving some resistance and that alone is depleting the potassium and the magnesium and by the way when you have insulin resistance you can’t pull in potassium anymore so you’re going to be deficient so you have to fix insulin resistance okay so that’s one thing aneurism what causes the aneurysm the lining on the vascular system starts becoming deficient in oxygen either because the person has high blood pressure and that blood pressure is causing damage on the arteries causing atrophy of the artery causing it to balloon out from the high blood pressure and we know insulin resistance causes high blood pressure and so does the path potassium deficiency but you can also have smoking which will decrease oxygen in the vascular system you can have plaquing on the arteries that damages the lining of the arteries to cause the same mechanism you have low oxygen atrophy of the blood vessel ballooning effect then you can have insulin resistance which causes inflammation which decreases oxygen creates atrophy of the vessel and it starts to enlarge and last thing will divide C deficiency which controls the collagen so if you’re lacking vitamin C your arteries get weaker okay so if if you want to prevent a TI a or a stroke let’s take a look we need vitamin C we need to fix insulin resistance I’ll put a link down below a lot of vegetables high vitamin C we need to have a lot of potassium magnesium it’s in the vegetables we need to decrease the blood pressure naturally using techniques for insulin resistance in a minute fasting we need to stop smoking and if you already have a TI a or a stroke what do you do there’s some things you can do that actually are helpful there’s a natural healthy fat called DHA okay I would I had a stroke I would be consuming this by the bucketfuls because this healthy fat has been shown to improve brain damage okay number one it increases oxygen to the brain next thing 9 instead of mine that’s vitamin b3 here’s another natural remedy a vitamin b3 that has been shown to regrow synapses and regenerate brain cells in a minute fascinated with keto has been known to increase and regenerate brain cells so these are the three things that I would do if I had this problem alright put your comments below hi guys hey listen I created a pretty amazing evaluation quiz down below that actually analyzes your symptoms to find the cause the root cause of all of your symptoms the most likely cause so take the quiz now and we’ll send you report

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Dr. Eric Berg talks about what TIA is (Transient Ischemic Attack). This is a temporary episode of neurological function caused by decreased blood flow. Ischemia means a restriction of blood supply to the tissues. This is a indication of a person getting a stroke in the near future. This can happen in three different ways which all have causes.

The first one is an embolus which is a blockage in your blood vessel. The second one is a thrombus which is a blood clot. Most occur in the atrium of the heart.
The third one is a an aneurism which is a ballooning effect of the blood vessel and if not handled can cause internal bleeding.

Dr. Eric Berg discusses the underlying causes to each of these circumstances and what preventative steps you could take to decrease these conditions.

1. Increase DHA (is from fish oils like cod liver oil)
2. Take Niacinamide (type of B3)
3. Improve Insulin Resistance – check out my YouTube channel for videos on how to improve this.

Dr. Eric Berg DC Bio:
Dr. Berg, 51 years of age is a chiropractor who specializes in weight loss through nutritional and natural methods. His private practice is located in Alexandria, Virginia. His clients include senior officials in the U.S. government and the Justice Department, ambassadors, medical doctors, high-level executives of prominent corporations, scientists, engineers, professors, and other clients from all walks of life. He is the author of The 7 Principles of Fat Burning, published by KB Publishing in January 2011. Dr. Berg trains chiropractors, physicians and allied healthcare practitioners in his methods, and to date he has trained over 2,500 healthcare professionals. He has been an active member of the Endocrinology Society, and has worked as a past part-time adjunct professor at Howard University.












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