A Heart Attack Can Be Predicted Even Months Before: Your Hair Warns You And Here’s How


In order to predict serious diseases, we need to learn how to recognize the signals our body sends – every change in the body means something, and this includes even a simple change in the hair.

If your hair contains high levels of the hormone cortisol, it may be a sign of an impending heart attack! A team of Canadian scientists has recently been examining how work, marital or financial problems affect the risk of cardiovascular diseases. They discovered that there is a biological marker which can predict a heart attack months before it occurs.


Your body warns you about what is going to happen. The hair can worn you too. Here is how: If the hair contains a high level of the hormone cortisol it may want to tell you that a stroke is coming. You can measure cortisol in blood, saliva and urine, but with the hair is different. As it grows 5-6 inch strand could show a longer period of increased stress levels.

56 people with previous heart attack have been examined. Their hair has been compared with others that didn’t experience a heart attack.

A group of Canadian researchers looked into the connection between stress from work, marriage problems and financial difficulties and the risk of cardiovascular diseases. They determined that increased stress levels can lead to heart problems, but luckily there’s a biological marker which can predict a heart attack before it happens.

Usually the levels of cortisol are measured through blood, urine and saliva analysis but according to professors Stan Van Mind and Gideon Koran from the Western Ontario University, these analysis only show the levels of cortisol from the days leading up to the analysis, not from before.

The number 1 killer in America is the heart attack.

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