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Its actually quite the opposite. Cardiac disease can lead to turbulent blood flow which can result in poor oxygen profusion to the brain...which can precipitate seizures.
We are speaking of a declared reason for death as congestive heart failure, correct?
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My husband never had heart problems. At the time of death he did not have a seizure. He has been dealing with grand maul seizures for 35 years. After having seizures could his respitory breathing have weaken his heart after having seizures for a long period of time?