Doctors report drastic uptick in Sudden Adult Death Syndrome

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sudden-adult-death-syndrome(NaturalHealth365)  In today’s latest installment of “You’ve Got to Be Kidding Me” (alternate title: “Gaslighting 101”), new reports indicate that doctors are witnessing an alarming increase in sudden adult death syndrome (SADS).

While there’s no firmly established link (yet) between SADS and COVID-19 or SADS and COVID shots, the correlation between the pandemic and this frightening uptick in sudden unexplained fatalities among young adults seems too concerning to ignore or write off as coincidence or confirmation bias, at least not without due investigation from public health officials.

Doctors seeing young, seemingly healthy adults drop dead due to sudden unexplained deaths – “unexplained” or simply explanations not allowed?

SADS is generally described as death due to a sudden and unexpected cardiac arrest among young people.  A 2013 review article published in Frontiers in Physiology defines it as “sudden death under the age of 40 in the absence of structural heart disease.”  A SADS “diagnosis” may be made if a young adult dies “without a known cause after an autopsy and toxicology screen,” adds  Family history, genetics, and underlying health conditions like obesity and diabetes have been historically linked to this tragic condition.

However, official data from the United Kingdom suggests that when it comes to this rise in SADS, the mRNA COVID shots might also play a role.

We already know that these shots can harm a person’s heart – thanks to the global vax agenda, “myocarditis” and “heart inflammation” have become household terms.  But, after comprehensively analyzing official UK data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS), The Daily Exposé has yet again provided some eye-opening insights into a health crisis that seems to be hidden in plain sight (or at least banished from mainstream media).

Among the Exposé’s findings (which are routinely fact-checked and labeled false or misleading by MSM), we see that vaxxed young adults in the UK “have a 92% higher mortality rate (per 100,000) than [unvaxxed] young adults.”

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This claim is based on Table 2 from the ONS dataset on age-adjusted death rates by vax status between 1 January 2021 and 31 January 2022.  The Exposé determined that, at least in January 2021, partially vaxxed 18- to 39-year-olds had a death rate of 119.9 deaths per 100,000.  Conversely, for 18- to 39-year-old unvaxxed folks during the same period, their death rate was 67.7 deaths per 100,000 – an astounding difference.

Other concerning findings that point to COVID shot complications possibly leading to SADS include these two additional conclusions from the data:

  • The number of young adults who experienced heart attacks between 4 July 2021 to 20 February 2022 in Scotland has reportedly increased by nearly 70%, according to official data from Public Health Scotland (PHS)
  • A Freedom of Information request to the National Health Service revealed that the number of ambulance calls made for heart-related illnesses and conditions among young people (under 30) significantly increased beginning in April 2021

These are the most common SADS warning signs you should look out for in your vaxxed and unvaxxed loved ones

SADS is not a brand new phenomenon.  In fact, sudden adult death syndrome – sometimes called sudden arrhythmia death syndrome (“arrhythmia” meaning abnormal, life-threatening heart rhythms), has been referred to in medical literature since the early 1900s.

Overall, there are still many unknowns when it comes to answering the question, “What is SADS?”  But until and unless we know whether and how much COVID shots and/or COVID-19 infections are involved in these tragic losses of life, here are three potential warning signs that The Canadian SADS Foundation says warrant an “immediate cardiac evaluation:”

  • Fainting (syncope) or seizure during physical activity
  • Fainting (syncope) or seizure resulting from emotional excitement, emotional distress, or startle
  • Family history of unexpected sudden death during physical activity or during a seizure, or any other unexplained sudden death of an otherwise healthy young person

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