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Having bifascicular left anterior hemiblock, right bundle branch block. Drinks homemade wine. Solution?

my father is 69 and has bifascicular block left anterior hemiblock and right bundle branch block he drinks now i would like to mention he does not just drink one or two it can be a few more and it his homemade wine but wine is wine i have read that smoking and alcohol can cause narrow the blood vessels in the heart what am i to do i do not want to bury him just yet email YYYY@YYYY thank you
Asked On : Fri, 1 Feb 2013
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Such a block can be because of a coronary artery disease. It is an electrical impulse block. Better to investigate. Excess alcohol consumption can change the rate and rhythm of heart.
Definitely smoking is very bad for cardiovascular system. Because of that he might be having a block in the blood vessels which supply the heart.
Good luck.
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