The glasses can save you from having a stroke and can help prevent complications like stroke, a new study has found.
The glasses, which are commonly used by the elderly and others with diabetes, can prevent stroke in people who have heart attacks, stroke, or a heart attack.
The research, published in the Journal of Stroke and Cerebrovascular Diseases, also found that glasses made from polyurethane (PU) can help protect the heart by keeping the heart from contracting too much.
“These glasses, like any other form of medical device, have a limited life expectancy, and they should not be worn in everyday use, especially not by people with heart disease,” said Dr. Jeffrey R. Haddad, a professor of neurology and neuroscience at Columbia University and senior author of the study.
The study also found the glasses are more effective in preventing stroke than the glasses that are not made from PU.
A study of the glasses found they were less effective in reducing the risk of a stroke.
PU is a compound found in plastics and other plastics.
PU has been shown to slow the heart’s rate of beat, so it could be that PU prevents strokes more effectively than other forms of PU, said Haddads team.
“However, we are still far from understanding the mechanism that PU slows heart rate and strokes.
It’s possible that PU also helps to slow heart rate in other ways, such as increasing blood flow, or slowing the rate at which the blood is recycled, or increasing the speed at which oxygen enters the blood stream, or lowering blood pressure,” he said.
PU glasses were also shown to prevent stroke by reducing the formation of plaque, or blood clots, that occur as the arteries fill with blood.
The researchers said that PU glasses can also help prevent heart attacks by preventing the heart muscles from contracting.
“There are several other factors that can cause heart attacks,” said HADDAD.
Our findings also show that PU lenses have a positive effect on preventing stroke.”