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Dr. Aswin Sanghavi

Cardiologist, Mumbai

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My favorite part of being a doctor is the opportunity to directly improve the health and wellbeing of my patients and to develop professional and personal relationships with them....more
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Dr. Aswin Sanghavi is a popular Cardiologist in Ghatkopar West, Mumbai. You can meet Dr. Aswin Sanghavi personally at Shraddha Jeevan Deep Hospital in Ghatkopar West, Mumbai. Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Aswin Sanghavi on Lybrate.com.

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Building No 101, A Wing ,Chandrodaya Building, L B S Marg, Landmark: Jivdaya Lane Corner, Between Sarvoday Hospital And Telephone Exchange, Ghatkopar West, MumbaiMumbai Get Directions
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I have acidity from longer time after eat meel I feel very nerves and burn in chest please advise me.

BHMS
Homeopath, Thane
I have acidity from longer time after eat meel I feel very nerves and burn in chest please advise me.
Hi, acidity leads to burning in chest. So please take following medicine tab biochemic 25 4tabs to be chewed thrice a day, 1/2an hr before meals revert back for further line of treatment.
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I am 30 years old unmarried boy, I have a blood pressure 140/ 95 n I have a bit abnormal feeling like dizzy. What can I do to maintain for a long run.

M. B. B. S. M. S,. M. Ch.FRCS
Cardiologist, Chennai
I am 30 years old unmarried boy, I have a blood pressure 140/ 95 n I have a bit abnormal feeling like dizzy. What can...
You are a little young for hypertension. Maybe, there is a cause which could be corrected. You need further tests: Color doppler imaging of renal arteries. Check for Aortic Co- arct. Check endocrine diseases. See a, Endocrinologist. Show him my opinion.
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I feel a chest pain sometimes doctors said it is cause of hurt but I do not remember any kind of hurt I got. Then what is the possibility may happens gor this?

PG Diploma In Emergency Trauma Care, MBBS
General Physician, Delhi
I feel a chest pain sometimes doctors said it is cause of hurt but I do not remember any kind of hurt I got. Then wha...
Chest pain at young age is because of anxiety. Try breathing exercise or meditation. Also acidity can cause heart burn. Also injury needs to b excluded. Maintain a healthy diet and exercise routine.
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Dear sir. Muzhe march 2015 mei half body phralisis (left side) ho gya tha. Mere heart mai pain rehta hai aur half body mai pain aur khichaav bhi. Please muzhe medicine bats digiaee.

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
Dear sir. Muzhe march 2015 mei half body phralisis (left side) ho gya tha. Mere heart mai pain rehta hai aur half bod...
Apart from taking symptomatic and ongoing treatment take Tablet folvite 5mg once a day for six months and tablet vitamin D3 60000iu once a week for six months
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C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
Experts recommend that lifestyle changes should be added to medication therapy when people with diabetes try to reduce their blood pressure. These changes include reduction of salt intake, weight loss, and moderately intense physical activity, like brisk walking for 30 to 45 minutes most days of the week. A study in 2002 found that 19.3 million American adults had diabetes, and it is estimated that a third of these adults are undiagnosed. Risk factors for diabetes include advancing age, obesity or being overweight, a family history of type 2 diabetes, and being a member of a minority population at increased risk. African-Americans, Hispanics, Pacific Islanders, American Indians, Alaska natives, and Asians are at higher risk for type 2 diabetes. It is estimated that an additional 26% of the US adult population has "pre-diabetes" and modification of some risk factors, like weight or sedentary lifestyle, may help these adults avoid development of diabetes. The American Diabetes Association recommends that people have a fasting plasma glucose test for an initial screening test. A positive test is determined by a level of blood glucose of greater than 126 mg/dL. If you have a positive fasting glucose test, your doctor may want to confirm it on a separate day with a repeat test. If your test results are "borderline" you may also want to have the test repeated on a separate occasion.There are several different screening tests to determine if you are at risk of diabetes or if you have diabetes. Each test has different advantages and disadvantages. If you have hypertension, your doctor should screen you for glucose intolerance or type 2 diabetes. There is adequate evidence that people with blood pressure above 135/80 mm Hg who have diabetes discovered through a screening program will benefit from the strict blood pressure control strategies indicated for diabetic patients to reduce coronary heart disease.
The available evidence suggests that all adults with high blood pressure readings that are consistently greater than 135/80 mm Hg benefit from tighter control of risk factors associated with diabetes for prevention of coronary heart disease.

My father has high BP problem. What should I do for that. What precautions I should do specially in winter.

M.B.B.S. , PG Diploma In Clinical Cardiology
Cardiologist, Delhi
My father has high BP problem. What should I do for that. What precautions I should do specially in winter.
Non-pharmacological management of hypertension is indicated in individuals who are prehypertensive. Prehypertension is systolic blood pressure between 120 to 139 mmHg and diastolic blood pressure between 80 to 89 mmHg. These patients should be trying with lifestyle modification for at least three moonths before starting medications. Great importance is being given to lifestyle modifications, because of definite benefits observed in patients who follow this. Lifestyle changes have advantages not only in the control of hypertension, but also in the management of dyslipidemia and diabetes. In a prehypertensive individual, the following things have to be taken care of: 1) Tobacco: While the major effects of tobacco are in the development of atherosclerotic heart disease, its role in the management of hypertension cannot be forgotten. The pressure effect of tobacco is so strong that the blood pressure comes down immediately after stoppage of smoking. Tobacco is one of the agents that induce clustering of risk factors. 2) Body weight: Lowering of excess body weight can lower blood pressure. In one of the studies, it was found that decrease of 1 kg of body weight is associated with an average fall of 1.6 mmHg. Indeed, in many instances, it would be possible to discontinue medications after effective weight control. 3) Dietary Sodium: Restriction of dietary sodium is one of the most useful methods of controlling hypertension. This fact should be emphasized, because of the increasing use of fast foods, which have high salt content. It is admitted that it cannot be achieved easily. Norman Kaplan, a renowned cardiologist, gives the following practical suggestions. Do not add salt during cooking or at the table. Sodium consumption should be less than 1500 mg per day, an average individual consumes 8 to 10 times more sodium than required. If salt is desired, add half sodium and half potassium chloride preparations. Avoid fast foods. Be careful about the sodium content of some medications and specifically read the labels indicating sodium content in your food. 4) Alcohol: Alcohol consumption of more than 30 mL of ethanol is found to increase blood pressure. Hence, moderation is recommended. One of the major hazards of drinking is the usual associated consumption of high salt savories, which is an unseen source of salt. Instead, use less salted food. 5) Exercise: Regular physical exercise has been found to induce reduction in blood pressure. Strenuous exercise should be done 45 minutes a day for at least six days a week. 6) Relaxation techniques: if still not controlled in 3 months add a mild antihypertensive like beta blocker or calcium channel blocker.
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My blood pressure now is 160/92. Sometimes I feelings too much nervousness. What should I do?

BHMS
Homeopath, Ludhiana
My blood pressure now is 160/92.
Sometimes I feelings too much nervousness. What should I do?
Hello. In this age this is not good. For good health lifestyle should be healthy. Eat simple food. Avoid spicy food and junk food. Drink 10-12 glass of water. It keeps you hydrated and it control bp. If you are non veg then avoid too much non veg because it also increase bp. Also prefer lean meat. Start early morning walk and walk after dinner. Drink green tea twice a day. Its good for health. Its rich in anti oxidents and omega 3. All these will control your bp.
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It is advisable to use digital instrument to measure Blood Pressure as the readings vary much within short span of time or is it really so that BP fluctuate over wide range?

BHMS, IPMS, Mumbai
Homeopath, Mumbai
It is advisable to use digital instrument to measure Blood Pressure as the readings vary much within short span of ti...
Hello, It will depend on a quality of a digital instrument. If you are looking for rough reading it is good to use. Readings vary based on batteries used and its strength. For accuracy, better to use instruments with dial or mercury.
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I am suffering from hypertension and tychardia can I recover completely. Dr. prefer beta blocker but I don't like to take that.

MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine
Internal Medicine Specialist, Faridabad
I am suffering from hypertension and tychardia can I recover completely. Dr. prefer beta blocker but I don't like to ...
Beta blocker is used for tachycardia. Pl. Do not stop with out consult cardiologist even you do not like it. For control high b. P./ t. G. And high/ bad cholesterol eat as whole grain foods, green veg. Juice, plenty of water at least 8 glass of water in a day. Avoid high cholesterol foods, oily, fatty, junk, fast foods, foods from out sided, sweat foods. Go for walk daily, do yoga, cycling, any good exercise i. E cycling, avoid stress, try to take good sleep at night. Checkup your body by blood tests and physical examination at regular time.
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