A Heart Supplement: One of Many Examples of How a Personal Health Advisor Can Help

A Heart Supplement: One of Many Examples of How a Personal Health Advisor Can Help

Here in the U.S., modern healthcare provides excellent care for patients that are critically afflicted with trauma or disease. If you need brain surgery or are badly injured and want to survive, it’s best to be in the U.S.

For most of us, however, being unhealthy manifests as something much less severe and far more subtle. Our behavioral and lifestyle choices ultimately have strong implications for our health.

Your health is dependent on a variety of seemingly unrelated factors: your diet, sleep patterns, sex life, work life, social interactions – to name just a few. Even your outlook on life can affect your health. But these seemingly unrelated factors are not unrelated. Maintaining an optimal state of being therefore requires consideration of all such factors and, importantly, their interplay. Unfortunately, the traditional healthcare system is ill-equipped and poorly suited for this task.

By contrast, as a Personal Health Advisor, I focus on such factors and their interactions with the goal of improving your health to make sure you don’t become a patient for life. There is a large body of alternative, more natural and often more effective methods, of which I’m quite knowledgeable. My extensive study of these methods, combined with my traditional training in the sciences, enables me to understand the myriad facets of health that matter, and to help you take care of them.

To cite one simple example, I want to mention something that pertains to people who take statins. Common examples of statins include the branded drugs Lipitor (atorvastatin), Vytorin (simvastatin and ezetimibe), and Crestor (rosuvastatin). Statins, as a prescription, have risen substantially within the last several years. Statins certainly lower cholesterol, but they deplete the body and heart muscle of a critical compound called Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10). CoQ10 is responsible for the vital ATP production process that occurs within the body, including the heart. The associated myopathy – myopathy is muscle tissue damage, and don’t forget that your heart is a muscle too – that may result from the use of statins can be avoided by proper , regimented supplementation of CoQ10.

But rarely is the solution as simple as a single supplement. As I mentioned above, the number of factors that affect your health is vast, and the traditional healthcare system is not well suited for addressing them. But I am. Helping you to keep your habits and diet wholesome, in particular at critical points, can mean a world of difference in terms of both your short and long-term health. In many instances, proper supplementation and a routinely positive mindset can prevent you from getting sick in the first place.

I can offer help to those that are sick, but also to those that want to avoid getting sick. I specialize in uncovering habits and choices that prevent people from feeling how they wish to feel, and helping such people to make changes for the better. I’m a personal health advisor, health and patient advocate, and wellness expert who can provide guidance and advice that, notwithstanding its critical importance, is as rare as hen’s teeth and certainly not available from traditional healthcare sources.

Come talk to me about what I can do for you today – and avoid getting sick tomorrow!

So very truly yours,
Dr. Inna


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