Stroke

About 92.1 million American adults are living with some form of cardiovascular disease or the after-effects of stroke. Direct and indirect costs of total cardiovascular diseases and stroke are estimated to total more than $329.7 billion; that includes both health expenditures and lost productivity.

Coronary Heart Disease is the leading cause (43.8 percent) of deaths attributable to cardiovascular disease in the US, followed by Stroke (16.8 percent), Heart Failure (9.0 percent), High Blood Pressure (9.4 percent), diseases of the arteries (3.1 percent), and other cardiovascular diseases (17.9 percent). Heart disease accounts for 1 in 7 deaths in the US. (https://healthmetrics.heart.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/At-A-Glance-Heart-Disease-and-Stroke-Statistics-2018.pdf)


Let me introduce my favorite client who got a major heart attack three years ago and recently met me. She is over 70 years old.

On 2/25/2019, I paid a visit to my client’s residence in Malibu and carefully conduct the pulse analysis. According to the pulse analysis, she may pass away in the beginning of this summer.

At first, I heisted to take her as my client; however, my assistant who lives in this area, insisted that I help her because she is a good heart lady.

I started my work 3 days later.

  • March 5, 2019, her facial paralysis recovered 80%. She was very pleased and speech was much better.

  • March 12, 2019, she was able to write her address for first time in many months!

  • March 18, 2019, her hands and feet regained the normal temperatures.

  • March 24, 2019, she was able to walk through her house with her assistant.

  • April 2, 2019, She walked through her house twice a day (with minimal assistance).

In general, her condition has incredibly been improving day by day. Hopefully, she can walk by herself in the next month or so.

 

Tremors

A 31 years old man visited my medical office on the third day of March, 1996. His job involving welding at night for the past 10 plus years. He was married with 2 daughters and tried to have a boy, but failed. At this time he weighed 170 lbs.

In 1993, doctor conducted a mammogram to find tumor in his chest and using chemotherapy, but stopped later.

He had a severe tremble on left hand (3/3/1996), his doctor announced he had brain disorder and bladder issue.

He often felt fatigue, weakness of arms and legs, difficulty walking and forget, short of breath after two flights of stairs.

He often felt anxious and depressed; cold limbs (hands was extremely unpleasant), pain at the backbone (about 4-5 years), problem with vision … sleeping well, lack of sex drive and almost impotency.

Treatment: from 3/3/1996 to 3/19/1996

As of 3/19/1996 his left hand was a little bit of tremor. I gave him one more month of herbal medicine. Three years later, he met me at a bookstore and proudly pointed to his son. He thanked for cured his tremor and he got what his family wished for: a baby boy.

I met his family 6 years ago and the boy as tall as his dad, they were so happy. He had no problem with his tremor hands and talked to my ear that his wife had no complaint about his sex performance since the boy was born.