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Living with heart disease – Dilated cardiomyopathy – 15 years left to live?

Living with heart disease – Dilated cardiomyopathy – 15 years left to live? These are my recent thoughts about living with dilated cardiomyopathy and heart disease, and how my time might be up in the next 15 years. How I think about my future and how to handle everything that goes on around me. I have never really talked about this before, especially not open like this for anyone to see, but I do think it’s important for my recovery, that I push myself and try to take my life back.

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My name is Andreas Fransson, aka The Beard Bringer, and this is a video where I talk about my dilated cardiomyopathy, and how my father, grandfather and great grandfather all died from sudden heart failure. They all had dilated cardiomyopathy and died around the age of 50. I sometimes get scared when I think about the fact that I might die from heart failure soon, but it also spurs me to fight for my life and get healthier. I will beat these heart problems and hopefully cure my heart disease. It will take time, dedication and there will be setbacks, but I will survive.

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