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I'm a 22 y/o male. mothers side (mom and grandpa dont have the best hearts) although none have died from it. since i was about 7 i started getting fatter (junk food/sugar/100% sedentary). at 17 i weighted 215LBs being 1.78m tall. then i quickly got skinny (140-150lbs) from correct nutrition (not diet, but a balanced wholesome diet (as far as possible) i cut out all processed foods, sugars, etc...focused on consuming everything natural, also keen on the natural fats. fisical activity once in a while (skating and ive always walked to most places.
those were pre-details, now the vices.
at age 15, i started smoking weed heavily on the daily. also cigarettes went from kinda heavy to heavy. occasional binge drinking, cocaine and popper use. not constant at allm with last 3 vices mentioned. at age 20 lifestyle (including stress) took it's toll on my heart (in short, it wasnt working well) i had to stop consuming everything. my heart was weakened to the point where i couldnt finish a meal without heavy tachycardia. i had to go up the stairs at a senile's pace. out of nowhere my heart beat would burst, then slow down , id get arrhythmia, chest pressures and pains, fainting, one night i even had sleep apnea due to my heart. i had to stop everything for over a year (although i felt good at around 2 months i think). during that time i only binge drank on some days, nothing else. november 2017 i started smoking weed daily again, accompanied with binge drinking sometimes. this turned into binge drinking everyday, and on certain occasions (maybe 5 times) moderate to heavy coke use. about a week or so ago, i went on a 4 day binge of even more alcohol than usual (if thats even possible 😅 and 2 days straight combined with heavy coke use. obviously since november last year weed was daily. this sum of factors upset my heart again to the point where i cant take a hit of weed withough chest tightness and abnormal blood pressure. again i had to stop everything. ive read on the internet that 2 beers a day (or their equivalent in other liquors) can have beneficial properties on the body especially heart. however, i'd just like to know if this applies to me, and wether theres a safe amount i can drink daily given my history. thanls in advance and excuse such a long question. i wanted to be as detailed as possible.
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