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Young, healthy cardiac arrests…
Is this part of the “new normal”
My heart goes out to Damar Hamlin, his family, his teammates, and all viewing his unexpected medical emergency. Last report I saw was he is in critical care in hospital receiving treatment.
Far too many young, healthy human beings are suffering devastating insults to their hearts and their bodies; many are not surviving. This talented young man is currently in critical condition after what is most likely a life threatening cardiac event, like a heart attack or arrhythmia from myocarditis. Prayers are needed.
Tonight, my brother watched what it would have looked like to be an observer, and saw what happened to his own body just over a year ago. He connected with that on a deeply personal level. It’s re-traumatizing.
Young fit athletes suddenly and unexpectedly collapsing and dying is a pattern in reality happening far more often, all over the world, than ever before in history. Is this just part of the Covid “new normal” now or is this unacceptable yet? Almost certainly something is weakening the integrity of young human hearts. Exactly what the offending agent(s) is/are really needs to be determined post haste. The ramifications of losing an increasing proportion of our young healthy working age population cannot be ignored.
Serious Cardiac issues of various types are a well known and documented adverse effect of the Covid jabs. Many, if not all, of the young athletes had to take these products to maintain their positions. SADS is a brand new medical term arising in the same year that Canada gets its first ever vaccine injury payment program. It’s on almost everyone’s mind now whenever the world learns of another young victim.
No matter the cause, at this time, this individual is facing an unfortunately challenging situation.
Please join me and send positive healing vibrations to Damar Hamlin and his family. Please do this from the centre of your being with love and hope for his full and speedy recovery.
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