"Day of the Child with Heart Disease: Special Needs and Rising Cases in Adults"
Dear Friends of Chronic Health,
Unfortunately, heart disease is also becoming more common in children; and with serious consequences. It is therefore important that we draw attention to the special needs of affected children and their families on the Day of Children with Heart Disease, which is celebrated on May 5th, 2023.
The Bundesverband Herzkranke Kinder eV has been supporting the needs of children with heart disease and their families for many years. The association offers support and advice for those affected, organizes events and offers a platform for exchanging experiences and information.
On the Day of Children with Heart Disease, it is particularly important to draw attention to the work of the Bundesverband Herzkranke Kinder eV and to ensure greater support. Only through joint action and solidarity can we help affected families receive the support they need to deal with the special challenges of heart disease.
That's why we should all encourage ourselves on this or every other day to get involved with the Bundesverband Herzkranke Kinder eV and to ensure more attention for children with heart disease and their families. This is the only way we can help ensure that affected children and their families receive the best possible support and do not feel left alone.
Heart disease in children can have different causes, such as congenital defects or acquired diseases.
Myocarditis is one such acquired disease. It can be triggered by an infection or by an autoimmune disease. Delayed heart muscle inflammation can lead to serious damage to the heart. This can have dramatic consequences, especially in children, since their hearts are still developing.
However, not only children are affected by heart muscle inflammation. In recent years there has been an increase in cases of myocarditis in adults, particularly those related to COVID-19 infection or vaccination.
Here, too, it is important to act quickly in order to avoid serious health consequences.
Therefore, it is important that people of all ages are aware of the signs and symptoms of heart problems and, if in doubt, consult a doctor. Affected families should also receive sufficient support and advice in order to be able to deal with the special challenges of heart disease.
We should be aware that any of us could be affected, whether as a patient or as a family member of an affected person. Children with Heart Disease Day gives us the opportunity to work to better support people with heart disease and their families.
PREVENTION and lifestyle !
A virus or bacterium, for example, can only trigger heart muscle inflammation in most cases if the immune system is correspondingly weakened. So it makes sense to pay attention to a healthy diet even with our little ones. Possibly also the supplementation of vitamins and vital substances. Ask your trusted therapist about this. It is worth it ..
Sincerely yours, Jutta Suffner
I have been drawn to medicine since childhood. After training as a medical-technical radiology assistant, I completed a degree in biomedicine and researched neurodegenerative diseases using magnetic resonance imaging in Canada. In Europe, I worked for a world-renowned company in the field of ultrasound diagnostics for more than two decades.
In my early 30s, I received a horrific diagnosis and was hospitalized for almost a year. The prospects of delayed viral myocarditis were bleak and the beginning of my nearly seven year transformation and recovery.
So I started researching again and found out that attitude towards life, lifestyle and other natural products can help to speed up the healing process. Additional training as a non-medical practitioner followed.
The additional research on a natural dietary supplement as frequency medicine - information as medicine accompanies me to this day in my vision that dying healthy is possible.
In my book you can read much more about the transformation and see how you too can get into chronic health.