Christian Eriksen

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Ginolaflair

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Good job I like oily fish then :)
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Ginolaflair

BLEEDER OF BLUE & WHITE
As the poster hasn't bothered with a reply. I'll further my experience a little.

My daughter was born with Ventricular Septal Defects (Grade 1) and required ligation of her Patent Ductus Arteriosus at 6 weeks of age, to stop the shunting of fluid from Heart into Lungs, assisting her Chronic Lung Disease hugely once undertaken, thank heavens.

These things happened when she was 24weeks gestation (ligation 30).

Much of the stuff I go on about was already loosely in my lifestyle, but not in sharp focus. It was from the moment she was starting to be born.

1g EPA/DHA Per Day - well established to be a threshold point for Cardiac Arrest risk (if below), personally I get mine from ALA (Flax, EPA/DHA directly is usually Murine, FCLO for my daughter was used emulsified with high vitamin butter oil, via Mums milk, later added to homemade formula a hybrid of Weston A Price's and some Alkaline Mineral focus such as extra Kelp).

The conductance of oxygen across cell walls needs a rich source of these/this Omega3 forms, this could be an essay on the varying ways that this is of huge significance, but suffice to say it was absolutely crucial to my daughters survival and miracle after miracle recovery (she was suspected Palsy at 9-18months, for example, her head physio said she was the biggest surprise of her career "she shouldn't have come through this unscathed" she said. She regressed from 'Grade2 progressive' ROP and became 20-20 by 3 though ophthalmologists said it would not be possible etc).

Minerals and avoiding key excess (refined carbs, demineralised foods, *bad fats* certain other foods/timings) were the companion to her foods, plus an alkaline paste, Calcium and Magnesium are not difficult to integrate (traces via Kelp etc Epsom Salts Baths).

The liver needs various Calcium Salts to produce it's 6Billion odd enzymes for the body to work as it's designed, yet we fear it, as we know "that causes arterial plaque" or "that causes kidney stones" Bunkum, it is simply the repair cycle, and failed completion of said repair cycles residue, when cellular damage occurs the body will most often call Calcium to plug due to it's size (*maybe, how I learned it but not sure myself*) the area otherwise open to it's surrounding terrain, then the body will try to cover with cholesterols which are needed to reform, and once repair is complete, this matter should be released (cholesterol needs HDL to avoid the mucous/mucin being overly sticky, Calcium needs Vitamin K2 to route it back to safety in the body etc).

Personally, for over 5 years now I've following core facets of the Budwig Protocol, it's just a mix of low fat yogurt (or can be a plant based protein, as long as they have plentiful sulfur rich proteins - methionine and cysteine amino acids) and fresh Flax oil 2:1 blended (the Fat has affinity to the proteins and becomes what Budwig described as water soluble/emulsified, giving the ALA huge surface mass for the colon/ileum/digestion). Very simple at it's base. This simple diet choice has seen a huge transformation in my well being, never liking oily fish, veggie then 20+years at that stage I was high risk cardiac; bad fat diet, high carbs to spike adrenaline and sugars, if I had to climb 5 sets of stairs I was totalled, then after just about a year of Budwig focus, with minerals n stuff, I could burst exercise like a teenager again (almost!), could stay in the sun maybe 5x longer before my body reached any semblance of 'burn', incredible.

Poverty in my life is not having this, for me and my children. Especially in this age where ionising forces are way out of balance.

Though you can never make yourself impregnable to Cardiac Arrest or other tragic illness, you can get as near as your current body and mind allow, I choose to do this for my children.

Sorry guys who get irate at me suggesting you are what you eat, but you are! I've seen it from a tiny body just 454g.
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Why would the league allow him to play if he had it removed but not with it, surely that's more dangerous as it is there to protect him?

Their argument is that if he cannot play without it, his condition is so serious that he should not be allowed to play. So there is some logic to it. Either it was a one-off cardiac incident that has been resolved (and therefore the defibrillator is not necessary) or it is a chronic cardiac condition in which case a resumption of his football career is out of the question.
 

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Their argument is that if he cannot play without it, his condition is so serious that he should not be allowed to play. So there is some logic to it. Either it was a one-off cardiac incident that has been resolved (and therefore the defibrillator is not necessary) or it is a chronic cardiac condition in which case a football career is out of the question.
Yep. It's an insurance nightmare. I doubt anyone is encouraging him to risk his life in order to play.

He's always come across as a smart guy, so maybe he can look into a career as a coach.
 
I think that is an Italian league rule so if he doesn’t want to remove it there are at least other options for him. The obvious one is Ajax as Sean mentioned, but I’m sure other clubs would be interested if he still wants to play.
 

Herclueless

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Their argument is that if he cannot play without it, his condition is so serious that he should not be allowed to play. So there is some logic to it. Either it was a one-off cardiac incident that has been resolved (and therefore the defibrillator is not necessary) or it is a chronic cardiac condition in which case a resumption of his football career is out of the question.
I guess it's just an over simplification in the headline then, it comes across as them saying take it out and you can play, which if the medical advice is to have it (and obviously it is otherwise it wouldn't be there...) is irresponsible to even suggest.

But really they are basically saying he can't play.
 
It's true that Blind plays with an ICD but I don't think he ever had a cardiac incident like Eriksen's, he was diagnosed with myocarditis but he has never had an arrest as far as I'm aware. He had a dizzy spell which led to the ICD being fitted and then I think it deployed once during a match, but he's never had a full-on cardiac arrest like Eriksen.

But really they are basically saying he can't play.

Which is probably the right decision.
 

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Seems to me the sensible decision is to retire, as he doesn't need to jeopardize his future health. But if there is a way for him to continue, in another league/country, then I assume he will take up the opportunity. He is still young enough to want to continue playing, but I hope he is given the right medical advice and he makes the right decision for him and his family.
 
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