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Dr. Rajiv S Tungare

Cardiologist, Mumbai

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Dr. Rajiv S Tungare is a popular Cardiologist in Goregaon East, Mumbai. He is currently associated with Heart And Diabetes Care Centre in Goregaon East, Mumbai. Book an appointment online with Dr. Rajiv S Tungare and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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Plot No 104, Gulmohar Complex, Station Road, Near Goregaon East Railway Station, Opposite Anupam Cinema, Goregaon East, MumbaiMumbai Get Directions
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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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Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), M.D.(Ayu.)
Ayurveda, Bangalore
Poor sleep can lead to high blood pressure.
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I am 28 years old I am suffering high BP now 140/94 till not using any medicine how to getting normal please suggest me I have heavy body pains and chest pain also.

BHMS
Homeopath, Mumbai
I am 28 years old I am suffering high BP now 140/94 till not using any medicine how to getting normal please suggest ...
Hello lybrate-user! Your BP levels are very high I suggest to consult a doctor an start treatment! Or else give whole history will prescribe medication!
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I am feeling something in my chest in the centre of my chest like small ball. I don't know what is it. I don't have any pain or any kind of problem with that but I am worried about that thing what is that can you help me plz?

MBBS
General Physician,
I am feeling something in my chest in the centre of my chest like small ball. I don't know what is it. I don't have a...
You mean in the muddle chest over the sternum it must be subcutaneous fat collection encapsulated it must mobile side to side it called llipoma it is harmless. If it is growing in size then you can get removed by incision.

Hello I am always tachycardia on the monitor I am not sure what this means could please explain this to me in detail.

BHMS
Homeopath, Gwalior
Hello I am always tachycardia on the monitor I am not sure what this means could please explain this to me in detail.
Tachycardia refers to a high resting heart rate. In general, a resting adult heart beats between 60 and 100 times per minute. When an individual has tachycardia, the upper or lower chambers of the heart beat significantly faster. When the heart beats too rapidly, it pumps less efficiently and blood flow to the rest of the body, including the heart itself, is reduced. Because the heart is beating quicker, the muscles of the heart, or myocardium, need more oxygen. If this persists, oxygen-starved myocardial cells can die, leading to a heart attack.
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I have done lipid profile recently and triglycerides are 240 and overall cholesterol 6.9, can you please advise to control this problem?

MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine
Internal Medicine Specialist, Faridabad
I have done lipid profile recently and triglycerides are 240 and overall cholesterol 6.9, can you please advise to co...
Yes. You can reduced your cholesterol and triglycerides by these med. Cap. Ecosprin gold -20 1hs. Tab. Atorvas-10 1od. Take low fat meal,
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My mouth become dry when I am tense and and my hard beats increases so what is the reason behind it and it can overcome.

BHMS
Homeopath, Delhi
It seems to be anxiety that you have let me know any particular reason or any other significant complaint for better advice.
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Hello sir, I am 25 year old and have back problem and chest pain at night. What should i do?

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
Hello sir, I am 25 year old and have back problem and chest pain at night. What should i do?
For pain take tablet paracetamol only and Avoid spicy food in your diet and exercise regularly and also start with Tablet folvite 5mg once a day for six months and tablet vitamin D3 60000iu once a week for six months
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Realizing heart palpitations sometimes. No other such problems. But why this sudden heart palpitations is happening?

MBBS
General Physician, Trivandrum
Realizing heart palpitations sometimes. No other such problems. But why this sudden heart palpitations is happening?
Tips to reduce anxiety and stress 1. Sleep well and regular. Irregular sleep can have some serious consequences. It affects both our physical health and also contributes to anxiety and stress. Anxiety as such also leads to disruptions in sleep. When feeling anxious, always try to get a full 7 to 9 hours of uninterrupted sleep and it can work wonders to improve your condition. 2. Always keep smiling. Take a quick break in between your hectic work to get some laughs with your friends. Laughter can reduce depression and anxiety and has proven benefits. 3. Tidy up your living space or workspace. Keep your things clean and clutter-free. That helps us think clear and thus reducing levels of anxiety. 4. Say thank you often. Expressing your thanks for something helps reduce anxiety. 5. Eat smart. Eating more of foods which are rich in vitamin b and omega-3 fatty acids and also healthy whole grain carbs. Vitamin b contributes to good mental health. While omega 3 fatty acids help with both depression and anxiety. Whole grain foods boost serotonin and helps us remain poised. Eating high-sugar content food and processed foods can increase levels of anxiety. 6. Learn to breathe well and relax. Short, shallow breaths arise when you are tensed. So consciously breathing deeply, plus increasing the duration and depth of breathing helps relax the body and mind to a great extent. 7. Meditate. Meditation has so many positive effects on stress, mood, and anxiety. Club meditation with positive thinking to improve your general well-being and overall health. Yoga is also very effective to take off stress from the body and mind by deep relaxation and breathing techniques. 8. Chill and be silent. Reduce the noise and clutter talk that contributes to anxiety. Find time for yourself and be alone to muse upon your own matters without anyone disturbing you. 9. Worry. Yes, we can cause ourselves to freak out, but only for a certain amount of time. When something weighs heavily on your mind, or you believe something terrible is most definitely going to occur, commit to only creating that worry for 20 minutes. Think of all the possible outcomes of the scenario, figure out some game plans, and then quit thinking about it after 20 minutes go by. Have a friend call after the allotted time has passed to avoid the temptation of going over the time limit. Or schedule some of that playtime right afterward. 10. Plan for the future but do not worry about it. Make time tables and to-do lists so that you will not be worried about finishing stuff and so that you can increase your productivity. 11. Be positive. When you feel anxious, train your mind to think and feel positive and give reinforcement to yourself that you can handle any situation. This will significantly reduce your stress and anxiety symptoms. 12. Smell relaxing stuff. Go out to your garden. Smell a fresh rose. Take a deep breathe and allow the relaxation to course through your whole body. You can also use relaxing aroma therapy and use it indoors. 13. Go out and spend time with your friends and family. Spend time with your pets social support reduces anxiety and stress to such a great extent that it is almost always bearable. So next time you get on your nerves, go out with your friends, chat with them, watch a movie, spend some time watching the waves in the beach with your partner, talk to your siblings. If you have tried all these and still have problems, please consult me for prescription medication.
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What should I do in my heart pain and what medicine I should take and how it will be work?

Diploma in Obstetrics & Gynaecology, MBBS
General Physician, Delhi
What should I do in my heart pain and what medicine I should take and how it will be work?
Please make sure that pain is due to heart and not due to lungs / local causes. Take a painkiller. Heart pain does not get relieved by routine medicines.
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