70% of the Heart Failure is Caused By Chest Vascular Deterioration
70% of the Under Diagnosed Heart Disease In The World are Caused By Chest Vascular Deterioration
Vascular deterioration in the chest is only apparent during exercise. When the damaged vessels inside the chest are stressed by exercise, they fail to send sufficient oxygen to the other organs from the lungs. Damage to the blood vessels in the chest is caused by long-term Covid and many other viruses. This vascular damage cannot be seen with standard heart tests. The clinicians need to be monitoring blood flow inside the body, during exercise to see the lack of oxygen.
The damage that causes exercise intolerance means oxygen has been cut off by vascular insufficiency. Viruses can have the effect of deteriorating the vascular infrastructure between the heart and the lungs.
The intermittent characteristic of the vascular collapse has been diagnosed with an invasive cardiac test iCPET. All the regular cardiac testing shows a normal heart, and normal organs, and people who go to the doctor or hospital are sent home saying they are normal, but they are not, during movement, the blood vessels between the heart and lungs collapse, preventing the heart from getting enough oxygen during movement, during exercise.
So they decide not to exercise and this is the worst thing for the organs. What is needed is deep breathing, intermittent oxygen, and plenty of exercise. It is the oxygen that the organs crave. It is the lack of sufficient oxygen that is causing the feeling of fatigue.
70% of the heart disease in the world is not adequately diagnosed, properly understood, or treated. This is because the gold standard for heart diagnosis, the standard stress test, diagnoses heart blockages but not exercise intolerance. Chronic fatigue, long term Covid are not diagnosed by any of the following standard heart disease tests.