Inspiring: After A Successful Heart Transplant, Man Proudly Carries His Artificial Heart In A Bag
By VictorAdundo | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 5 views
Andrew Jones has recently been the talk of the internet mostly facebook after his inspiring story surfaced online. According to the sources the 27-year-old had once suffered from heart failure and luckily was rushed to the hospital.After a successful heart transplant, he currently carries his artificial heart in a bag pack. Reportedly before the illness Andrew was a body was a builder.From the photos shared he looks healthy and the cool smile that he keeps on his face is a clear indication that he is living a normal life. The main cause of heart failure is believed to be coronary artery disease which comes as a result of a buildup of fatty deposits on your arteries preventing blood flow to and from your heart.
Preventing it is advisable to usually have a regular body exercise to allow for the fats to burn up and come out of your body in form of sweat.
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