To Avoid Sudden Death, This Doctor Has An Advice, and Its Not Prayer


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To Avoid Sudden Death, This Doctor Has An Advice, and It’s Not Prayer

By Eby Asogwa

For those who get up at night to inspect the house or urinate. Every person must take note of ‘’three and a half minutes.’’

It often happens: a person who always looks healthy has passed away at night. We often hear stories of people asking: “yesterday, I was talking with him, why did he die suddenly?’’

The reason is that when you get up at night to go to the toilet, it often happens quickly. We stop immediately and the brain does not have blood circulation.
Why are the “three and a half minutes” so important?

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In the middle of the night, when the desire to urinate wakes you up, the ECG pattern can change. By suddenly rising, the brain will be anemic and will cause heart failure for lack of blood.

It is advisable to practice the ‘’three minutes and a half,’’ which are:

1. When you wake up, stay in bed for a minute and a half.
2. Sit in the bed during the next half-minute.
3. Lower your legs and sit on the edge of the bed for half a minute.
After three and a half minutes, your brain will no longer be anemic and your heart will not weaken, which will reduce the risk of falling and sudden death.

This can happen no matter the age. Young or old.
Your family should also follow it.