Umaga Dead


Umaga Dead:

Eddie Fatu, also known as Umaga, the former WWE intercontinental champion died of a heart attack, thesun.co.uk cited his family as confirming. He was 36.Umaga dead at 36:

The Wrestling Observer was cited as reporting that the Samoan-American star fell asleep while watching TV in his home in Houston Texas on Thursday night.


Eddie Fatu was found breathless and nose-bleeding by his wife hours later and rushed to a local hospital where he was put on life support until the decision was made to take him off of it.


Umaga was reportedly presumed dead around 6:00 PM EST, after suffering a second heart attack.

About 6 to 9 percent of people who experience heart attack die with 50 percent of deaths occur within one hour of the heart attack, often outside a hospital.


Many wrestlers, including Eddie Guerrero,'British Bulldog' Davey Boy Smith, Andrew 'Test' Martin and Chris Benoit, have died young. Fatu is the latest to die at young age.


Fatu is not alone. 1.5 million heart attacks occur in the United States each year and 500,000 die from the cardiovascular event annually, according to Women's Heart Foundation.


Below are some basics about heart attack. There are many things people can do to reduce the risk. Umaga death

What is heart attack?


By definition, a heart attack occurs when a section of heart muscle does not receive blood flow due to the artery blockage. The blood flow if not restored within minutes, the heart muscle becomes damaged from lack of oxygen and begins to die.


What are heart attack causes?

Plaque buildup in coronary artery is the cause for most cases of heart attacks. Heart attack also can occur due to microvascular disease and a severe spasm of a coronary artery resulting sometimes from taking some drugs, emotional stress or pain, exposure to extreme cold, and cigarette smoking.


What are the risk factors?

The adjustable major risk factors for heart attack include smoking, high blood pressure, high blood cholesterol, overweight and obesity, physical inactivity, and diabetes.


Risk factors that you can do nothing about include age and family history of early cardiovascular disease.


Dr. Colin T Campbell, a distingished nutrition professor at Cornell University, reports in his Book titled China Study that more than 70 percent young soldiers who died in the Korean War suffered some degree of plaque builup in their arteries which he believes results from unhealthy diet with too much meat and processed food!


Heart attack symptoms

Not every heart attack victims experience the same signs or symptoms. Many cases start slowly as mild pain or discomfort. Some people do not have any symptoms at all.


Angina (pain in the chest) is something people need to watch out. Other signs include upper body discomfort in one or two arms, the back, neck jaw or stomach, shortness of breath, nausea, vomiting, lightheadedness or fainting or breaking out in a cold sweat.


How to prevent heart attack.

Following a low-fat diet rich in fruits and vegetables are proved to be effective in reversing artery plaque buildup. Interested readers should try Ornish diet. Methods that may also help include losing weight if you're overweight or obese, quitting smoking and doing physical activity to improve heart health. Dr. Ornish proved that the efficacy is almost 100%.

Comments (2)

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December 5, 2009 at 1:25 PM

Thanks for all the tips to avoid Heart attack. My mother went to heaven due to heart attack. So we are careful about our health. These tips I will put in hard copy to post it on our ref. Thanks again.
Condolences to the family of Umaga. He's so young to leave this world...

busted

September 9, 2011 at 2:05 PM

umm.. the man in the picture is TANA Umaga. Way to report the wrong guy dead, guys.