Removing Plaque from Arteries – Top 10 Diseases to Prevent!

Removing Plaque from ArteriesIt is no secret that taking care of your cardio and peripheral vascular system is important. One of the preventive steps you can take is to reduce risk of many dangerous diseases by removing plaque from arteries. Below we compiled a list of to 10 reasons why we think removing plaque from arteries is so important:

1. Heart Attack

Removing plaque from arteries can prevent a heart attack, severe heart damage, or even death because of a cardiac arrest. Clogged arteries are a common cause of these problems, and removing plaque can prevent any clogs from forming.

2. Stroke

When you unclog arteries you greatly lower your risks of a stroke due to clogs. A stroke can have devastating consequences, not just for you but also for your loved ones, so preventing this is crucial.

3. Gangrene

Removing plaque from arteries can prevent any lack of blood flow that a clog may cause, resulting in gangrene and tissue death. This may possibly require surgery or amputation.

4. High Triglycerides

If your test results show triglycerides too high then you are at a high risk of clogged arteries, and need to remove plaque as much as possible.

5. Paralysis

Not removing plaque from arteries can result in paralysis if you end up with blood loss to certain tissues, or areas of your brain.

6. Brain Damage

Poor blood circulation caused by arterial clogs can result in brain damage. Your brain is delicate, and a clog that blocks oxygen to your brain tissues for more than a minute or two can cause permanent brain damage.

7. Carotid Arterial Disease

Removing plaque from arteries can help you prevent Carotid Arterial Disease, and all of the risks and complications that this disease can cause. With this disease the arteries in your neck may narrow or become clogged, causing a stroke or other complication.

8. Peripheral Arterial Disease

Peripheral Arterial Disease can occur if you have a lot of plaque. Unclogging arteries needs to occur in all of your arteries, including those leading to your limbs.

9. Coronary Arterial Disease

Coronary Arterial Disease can cause your coronary arteries to narrow, so that plaque can block them easier. High cholesterol readings can be a sign you are at risk for this condition, and too much plaque in your blood.

10. Tissue or Organ Damage

Removing plaque from arteries can prevent tissue and organ damage. A clog can block essential blood flow to your organs and tissues, and a lack of oxygen and nutrients can cause damage to your organs, including your liver, kidneys, heart, brain, and others.