30 December, 2016 00:33

Heart attacks in the winter might be caused by the drinking water, which is full of road salt, which messes up the electrolytes. I have to buy bottled water that was made before the month when it started snowing and the salt got in the water. I always forget about this, every year, until I start noticing that the water tastes salty and no matter how much I drink I’m still thirsty. Just a theory about heart attacks, although winter fireplace smoke is also a cause.

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