Heart Care

HEART CARE

Angina (Chest pain)

Angina pectoris – commonly known as angina – is chest pain often due to ischemia of the heart muscle, due in general to obstruction or spasm of the coronary arteries. The main cause of angina pectoris is improper contractivity of the heart muscle and coronary artery disease, due to atherosclerosis of the arteries feeding the heart. Angina pectoris can be quite painful, but many patients with angina complain of chest discomfort rather than actual pain: the discomfort is usually described as a pressure, heaviness, tightness, and squeezing, burning, or choking sensation. Apart from chest discomfort, anginal pains may also be experienced in the epigastrium (upper central abdomen), back, neck area, jaw or shoulders.

Herbal Home Remedies :

Take one onion and take out the juice from it. Take this juice empty stomach in the morning.

Key Ingredients :

Onion

Cholesterol-Triglyceride

A triglyceride is an ester derived from glycerol and three fatty acids. As a blood lipid, it helps enable the bi-directional transference of adipose fat and blood glucose from the liver. In the human body, high levels of triglycerides in the bloodstream have been linked to atherosclerosis and by extension, the risk of heart disease and stroke. The risk can be partly accounted for by a strong inverse relationship between triglyceride level and HDL-cholesterol level. Diets high in refined carbohydrates, with carbohydrates accounting for more than 60% of the total energy intake, can increase triglyceride levels. There is evidence that carbohydrate consumption causing a high glycemic index can cause insulin overproduction and increase triglyceride levels in women. Heavy alcohol consumption can elevate triglycerides levels. 

Home Remedies Receipe :

Take wheat grass juice ½ cup add 1 tbsp galo powder, mix it and drink in the morning empty stomach.

Key Ingredients :

Wheat grass juice,galo powder

Heart Health

Are you the kind of a person who starts off the day with a large cup of coffee/tea, one or more cigarettes and a breakfast comprising mostly of fried foods? And your lunch is mostly heavy with carbs, followed by copious amounts of alcohol at night and a heavy dinner? If yes, the chances of you dying of a heart disease are as high as the skies. What is to be done here is to correct the unhealthy deviations in your life before it becomes too late. It does not make good sense to ignore what can be considered the looming occurrence of a heart attack. 

Home Remedies Receipe :

To keep your heart healthy, take one garlic clove in your daily meal.

Key Ingredient

Garlic

Heart Palpitation

Palpitations are an abnormality of heartbeat characterized by simultaneous awareness of one’s pulse and discomfort. They can be accompanied by dizziness or difficulty in breathing. They might or might not be associated with skipped beats and/or accelerated heart rate. Palpitations are a symptom reported by the patient and not a medical diagnosis. Palpitations are common and occur in most individuals with healthy hearts. Palpitations without underlying heart disease are generally considered benign. However, heart palpitations can be a symptom of a serious illness such as coronary heart disease, asthma, or emphysema. Palpitations may be brought on by overexertion, stress, anxiety, panic, adrenaline, alcohol, nicotine, caffeine, cocaine, amphetamines, and other drugs, previous chest surgery, disease (such as hyperthyroidism and pheochromocytoma) and many other factors.

Home Remedies Receipe:

Take dry coriander seed powder ½ tbsp. , ½ tbsp jaggery, and ½ tbsp aniseed powder. Mix this and take with every meal.

Key Ingredients :

Dry coriander seed powder jaggery, aniseed powder. 

Heartburn

Heartburn is a burning sensation in the chest, just behind the breastbone or in the epigastrium, the upper central abdomen. The pain often rises in the chest and may radiate to the neck, throat, or angle of the jaw. Heartburn is usually associated with regurgitation of gastric acid (gastric reflux) which is the major symptom of gastroesophageal reflux disease. This is caused due to the upward direction of gastric acid from the stomach to the chest. On its way up, the acid aggravates the tissues in the esophagus and the throat. Eating fatty/oily foods, pregnancy, wearing extremely tight clothes, bending down, sleeping on a full stomach are some of the causes of heartburn. The symptoms of heartburn are bloating, gas, nausea, shortness of breath and/or an acidic or sour taste in the throat and mouth. 

Home Remedies Receipe :

Take one leaf of Aloe Vera. Cut it from the middle and take out the  juice. This will help to pacify heartburn.

Key Ingredient:

Aloevera leaf

High blood pressure

High blood pressure is the resultant of the increase in the adrenaline in the blood stream which causes a steep rise in the pressure of the blood. Blood pressure is the force with which heart pumps the blood into the arteries. There is a certain level of blood pressure which is maintained by the body. An increase in this pressure is known as high blood pressure. Some of the causes of high blood pressure are obesity, stress, hormonal changes in women and high intake of sodium. High blood pressure puts strain on the heart, leading to hypertensive heart disease and coronary artery disease if not treated. 

Home Remedies Receipe :

Take 1 tbsp. of Cow ghee and apply it to the temples. Also, apply Ghee on the navel.

Key Ingredient :

Cow ghee

High Cholesterol

Hypercholesterolemia, or high cholesterol, is a condition wherein fatty deposits develop in the blood vessels. Cholesterol is used by the body to build healthy cells as well as some vital hormones. When more and more of these deposits accumulate, it becomes difficult for enough blood to flow through the arteries, thus decreasing the oxygen in the blood stream. Eventually, such a condition increases the risk of a heart attack and can cause brain stroke. Consumption of wrong type of food is the largest contributor of high cholesterol in a person. The most common symptoms of high blood cholesterol are general fatigue, excess sweating and feel of uneasiness, pain and heaviness in chest area and breathlessness. Excessive smoking and alcohol consumption, eating high fat diet, obesity and heredity factors are some of the causes for high cholesterol. 

Home Remedies Receipe :

Take 1 tbsp Guggul powder dissolve it in to hot water and drink it in the morning onempty stomach and after  4- 5 hours of lunch (keep stomach empty in this time)  

Key Ingredients:

Guggl powder

Low Blood Pressure

Low blood pressure, or hypotension, is a condition, wherein the blood pressure of a person is less than 90/60 mm/Hg. Though low blood pressure is considered to be a sign of healthy living, problem arises when the blood pressure becomes exceedingly low or drops suddenly, depriving the brain of adequate supply of blood. Excessively low blood pressure may also lead to lack of oxygen and nutrients from the other vital organs, causing the life-threatening condition called shock. The main symptoms of low blood pressure are dizziness and fainting. Causes of low blood pressure could be advanced diabetes, nutritional deficiency, dehydration, emotional instability and excessive intake of alcohol. Symptoms of low blood pressure could be anxiety/depression, black-outs, brain malfunction, chest pain and depression.

Home Remedies Receipe :

Soak 15 raisins in a cup of water overnight. Eat them in the morning, one at a time, on an empty stomach. Also drink the water in which the raisins were soaked.

Key Ingredients :

Raisins

Description

The heart is a vital organ for human life. It pumps blood around the body to supply tissues with nutrition and oxygen. Understanding how it works can help you look after your heart health.  The heart is a muscular organ that sits inside the rib cage, behind and just to the left of your breastbone. It pumps blood to the lungs where it absorbs oxygen. The blood then returns to the heart to be pumped to the rest of your body via arteries. The big artery coming from the heart is the aorta. The heart delivers blood to its own muscle via coronary arteries.

How does the heart work?

The heart has four chambers. The upper chambers are the right and left auricle. They receive blood, which then flows through valves into the right or left ventricle (lower chambers) to be pumped to the lungs or body. Heart valves stop the blood flowing backwards. When the valves shut they create a sound that can be heard with a stethoscope.

Electrical pathways in the heart muscle make it pump. Your heart’s pacemaker cells automatically trigger heartbeats. The heart muscle then squeezes, causing blood to move.

 

 

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