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Heart

The number of people getting diagnosed with heart diseases is increasing every day. These problems occur due to several factors that include a poor diet, hypertension, an unhealthy lifestyle, and in some cases genetics. The matter of concern is not just the rising number of cases but the fact that these cases aren’t limited to old age. It’s dismaying that individuals under 30 are also dealing with heart problems. Ayurveda identifies problems associated with the heart to foundational imbalances. It provides natural herbs and supplements that eliminate blockages and impurities, boosts digestion, enhances metabolism, and detoxify the body. Hridyamrit Kwath and Arjun Ashwagandha Ras help in controlling the heart rate and prevent hypertension. They also nourish the heart and improve cardiac function. Even though Ayurveda is an excellent approach to treat heart disease, it is essential that you consult your doctor before making any changes to your daily routine. Ayurvedic professionals can offer a better heart health plan to suit your needs.

Common Heart Issues

Arrhythmia

It occurs when the electrical impulses in the heart work abnormally. The condition may or may not have symptoms like dizziness, chest pain, and fainting

Atherosclerosis

Increase of cholesterol plaque in the arteries leading to blood flow blockage. The condition doesn’t have any symptoms until the plaque buildup becomes severe.

Congenital Heart Defects

It is a kind of birth defect whose symptoms included blue skin, failure to develop or feed properly, shortness of breath, irregular heart rhythms, swollen organs

Cardiomyopathy

Hereditary or acquires diseases that occur when the heart muscles become weak or hard. It makes blood flow to the body harder & may result in heart failure

Heart Infections

Severe infections that take place in the heart or affect the heart due to viruses, parasites, or parasites.

Coronary Artery Disease (CAD)

It occurs when there’s a plaque buildup making the arteries narrow and restricting the flow of blood to the heart. It can further lead to a heart attack or chest pain

Ayurvedic Remedies

Improved Blood Circulation

Maintains Blood Pressure

Decreases High Cholesterol Levels

Increases Arteries Elasticity

Lowers Stress Levels

Prevents Hypertension

Ayurvedic Remedies

Improved Blood Circulation

Maintains Blood Pressure

Decreases High Cholesterol Levels

Increases Arteries Elasticity

Lowers Stress Levels

Prevents Hypertension

FAQs

  • Q. What are the first signs of a heart attack in a woman?
  • The chances of women having a heart attack are higher compared to men. The early signs include a feeling of fullness, pain in the center of the chest, pressure or squeezing in the chest, shortness of breath, nausea, cold sweat, pain in one or both arms, jaw, stomach, new or back.
  • Q. Can you have heart problems with normal BP?
  • Yes. Studies state that almost 25% of people who get an acute heart attack or disease have never smoked or had high cholesterol and low pressure. This is why doctors suggest patients and people, in general, to focus on healthy eating & exercise on a regular basis.
  • Q. How do I know if I have heart problems or anxiety?
  • . Panic attacks or anxiety often feel like a heart attack. The difference between the two can be identified by examining the type of chest pain you are experiencing. Chest pain during a panic attack is stabbing and shart while chest pain during a heart attack resembles a squeezing sensation or immense pressure.
  • Q. How can I strengthen my heart?
  • There are several ways to strengthen your heart and they include quit smoking & alcohol, lose weight, avoid overeating and oily foods, do not stress, have a heart-healthy diet, keep your blood pressure & cholesterol down, get quality sleep, reduce sodium & foods with added sugar and exercise regularly.
  • Q.What are the signs your heart is quietly failing?
  • The signs that could lead to heart failure and should not be ignored include fatigue, weakness, shortness of breath, swelling in ankles, feet, legs; rapid heartbeat; inability to exercise; and consistent cough.