Scott Marmorstein

Author & Writer

6 Year Anniversary

It’s not exactly today, but this month marks the 6 year anniversary of my death and resurrection to the land of the living. Death by heart attack and heart failure. Life by sheer dint of will and medical marvels and perseverance. I’m celebrating my second wind of life by creating as many projects as I can to pass on what I know now to everyone. Whether it’s in fictional or […]

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Ticking Stock Heart

Rookie Heart Patient Mistakes Me, I’m the rookie here. I’ve only had the diagnosis of heart disease and heart damage (leaking valve) for about 6 years now. One of the mistakes I made against my doctor’s strict warnings was to take my blood pressure early and often. And just like they said it would, the numbers would fluctuate wildly from day to day. So here’s the first bit of advice, […]

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Sleep-less in Discipline

I saw this article in the New York Times, you can read it by clicking here. What do you think of that? I honestly thought it was the opposite. The higher my BP, the harder it’s been for me to sleep well—and that’s been too much of my adult life. I personally think the key is not just low salt, but low stress, and a good workout routine. If you’re […]

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What Saves The Heart – A Valentines Day Special

Great Natural Remedies: Aspirin Arnica Montanna (as prescribed by a qualified and highly trained Homeopathist) Hibiscus Garlic Cayenne Ginger Green Tea Dark Chocolate (80% or above) Watermelon (in the morning time before anything else.) Regular Cardio exercise (20 minutes or longer 5x per week). Love & Laughter Massage Meditation Author’s Note: Just a heads up, the following post is a tad long. You could consider it a very small chapter […]

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The Man Who Lived

1. The Medication that “Just Works”? General Facts Ramipril on far right is something I do NOT take. Hoping never to have to. In 2008, over 616,000 people died of heart disease.  In 2008, heart disease caused almost 25% of deaths—almost one in every four—in the United States. Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women. More than half of the deaths due to heart […]

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