Really Cause of The Death Of Queen Elizabeth II Revealed

What Caused The Death Of Queen Elizabeth II?

As the world mourns the passing of the British oldest serving monarch, Queen Elizabeth II, the chances of Buckingham Palace disclosing her real cause of death become slim by day.

The 96-year-old British Queen “died peacefully” at Balmoral Castle in Scotland, the tight-lipped Buckingham Palace said without giving full disclosure of what could have really transpired.

Luckily, a few health experts have torn into potential factors that could have contributed to her demise over the years.

Loneliness, heartache, blood clot and heart failure are the main potential causes of the Queen’s health decline and subsequent death.

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Events leading to the Queen’s passing were heightened by her last public photo taken during the swearing-in of Britain’s new Prime Minister on 6 September – a week before her death.

The Queen’s bruised hand while meeting the new British Prime Minister a week before her death [Image: Newsweek]She appeared to have had a bruised right hand which later became an internet sensation after it had many social media users talking.

What many may have not analysed from the photo is the potential sign of what could have caused her death.

Health experts claim that hand bruises in old age are usually evidence of peripheral vascular diseases. This is a blood circulation problem that causes blood vessels to narrow or block and cause blood clots. Peripheral vascular diseases usually cause heart failures as blood supply to the body reduces and results in multi-organ failure.

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A number of medics also agree that in her old age, her husband Prince Charles’ passing last year could have triggered stress-related problems in her body, peaking her cortisol levels and leading to the decline of her health.

One of the health experts GP Dr Deb Cohen-Jones told the Daily Mail that of late, medical discoveries show the stress of losing someone at old age causes chain reactions that can lead to someone’s death.

These are some of a number of possible causes of the Queen’s death that the public will probably never hear from Buckingham Palace as it continues to shut the public from details surrounding the Queen’s death.

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