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Holistic Heart Wellness & Health Care - Ayurveda
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According to test reports my cholesterol ratio is 4.2 which is within the low risk range of 3.3 and 4.4, but on the higher end of this range. Do I need to take precautions?
I am feeling pain and uneasiness on left side of my chest just under the breast area since a few days now. I am also prone to urine infection which happens once or twice in two months. Can you please guide me which specialist I need to approach since I am not sure the pain is due to some heart issue or Kidney. Please help.
EXERCIES FOR THE LEGS IN LYING
Flex and extend one leg by the heel sliding down a straight line on the table. Abduct and adduct hip smoothly with knee bent and heel on the table.Abduct and adduct leg with knee and hip extended by sliding the whole leg on the table.Flex and extend hip and knee with heel off the table.Flex and extend both the legs together with the heel sliding on the table. Flex one leg while extending the other.Flex and extend one leg while taking the other leg into abduction and adduction. Whether the patient slides the heels or lifts it off the bed he has to touch it to the marks indicated by the patient on the plinth. The patient may also be told to place the heel of one leg on various points of the opposite leg under the guidance of the therapist.
EXERCISES FOR THE LEGS IN SITTING:
One leg is stretched to slide the heel to a position indicated by a mark on the floor.The alternate leg is lifted to place the heel on the marked point.From stride sitting posture patient is asked to stand and then sit. Riseand sit with knees together.
EXERCISES FOR THE LEGS IN STANDING:
In stride standing weight is transferred from one foot to other.Place foot forward and backward on a straight line.Walk along a winding strip.Walk between two parallel lines
Walk sideways by placing feet on the marked point.Walk and turn around.Walk and change direction to avoid obstacles.
Similar exercises can be devised for the upper limb wherein the patient maybe directed to place the hand on the various points marked on the table or wallboard to improve coordination of all the movements in the upper limb.
Certain diversional activities such as building with toy bricks or drawing on a blackboard, buttoning, combing, writing, typing are some of the activities that also improves the coordination.
My age is 30. I have high blood pressure. And I one kidney is ectopic. I have first pregnancy on 2009 but my child was abnormal so I abort it. But recently I know from my dr. That I have unicornuate uterus. My dr. Suggest me for surrogacy. He tell that you have a high risk of pregnancy. I want your suggestion. What can I do?
In 1993 I suffered ASMI, done Angioplasty in Aug 1993 In 2006 I had Angioplasty with Five stents On June 2018 had Angioplasty on Small Arteries D1 & OM1 Will start morning walk from 1st July Before all Angioplasties, I had normal life but Angina PAin while walking more than 200 meters Medicine now 1. AXCER 90 mg, 2. Prolomet-25R, 3. Ecosprin 150 mg & Rose Day 40 mg MY QUESTION: How will be my life having 10 Stents in my heart. Please suggest me, how to live normal life with 6 hours Research work at 72+ Age.
In Ayurveda, the heart or Hridaya is the most vital thing, since it is the organ that is responsible for enabling proper circulation of blood all over the body while governing your emotions so as to keep you fit and energetic. When it comes to the development of heart ailments, a highly stressful lifestyle, and poor eating habits are considered to be the main culprits of heart diseases or Hrudroga.
As a consequence, these causes bring about the hardening of the arteries, leading to problems like angina and obstruction in the blood flow. Factors like high blood pressure, heredity, diabetes, smoking and high cholesterol make you predispose to developing problems of the heart.
How does Ayurveda help?
Ayurveda offers safe and innovative preparations for the handling of heart diseases. Plants like garlic, Arjuna, cinnamon and their preparations are used for treating heart ailments. Depending on individual cases, certain very effective natural preparations are recommended by a practitioner of Ayurveda along with lifestyle changes like:
- Getting rid of stress - When it comes to the heart, Ayurveda propounds a holistic approach in the treatment of this organ, which encompasses both physical and emotional considerations. Herbal formulations that contain ingredient like Ashwagandha are known to reduce tension in the mind as well as the body while strengthening the heart muscle.
- Eating right - Developing the habit of correct eating is vital for improving heart health. According to Ayurveda, the ideal food portion should be one that fits into the cups of your palms. Having meals three times a day at fixed timings can help in training your digestive system to not only anticipate but also digest the food consumed. For stimulating a slow digestion salt, ginger and lime can be consumed.
- Removing Ama from your body - For enabling a proper functioning of the heart regular cleaning of the internals is recommended as per Ayurvedic teaching so as to removing Ama from the body that gets accumulated in your blood vessel. From eating a high fiber diet and drinking lukewarm water to going to sleep by 10pm, Ayurvedic treatment of the heart consists of these recommendations.
- Exercising regularly - The key to a good heart health is exercising regularly but in moderation. In this context, Ayurveda believes in the concept of Balaardh, which is exercising to about 50% of your capacity. This reduces instances of strains and injuries received due to exercising. Walking for about half an hour every day is considered to be a great metabolism booster as well and it brings about an improvement of the heart.
- Ayurvedic techinque to relieve stress: Shirodhara is an ancient Ayurvedic therapy, wherein Warm oil (or other liquid) pours in a continuous stream over the forehead or ‘ajna marma’, an area where nerves are highly concentrated. The pressure of the oil onto the forehead creates a vibration. The oil saturates the forehead and scalp and penetrates into the nervous system. The gentle pressure and soothing warmth of the oil allow the body, mind and nervous system to experience a deep state of rest, similar to meditation It has a profound impact on the nervous system. It helps relieve symptoms of anxiety, stress, fatigue and hypertension. It relieves tension, worry, fear and headache as well as depression. It regulates mood and gives feelings of pleasure and relaxation. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a cardiologist.