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My heart is blocked 60%. My medicines is for whole life or any other advice to clear this blocking?

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Hello, u, should go for a brisk walk in the morning to restore blood circulation to feed heart with oxygenated blood to strengthen heart walls, to remove blockage of coronary arteries *go for meditation to reduce stress, emotional stress, to nourish cells, tissues & heart muscle to check myocardial infarction. *should take plenty of water to eliminate toxins & to hydrate the body. *diet should be simple, non-irritant, easily digestible to minimise cholesterol-level. Medication homoeopathy can cure heart disease successfully, depending upon dieatery regulation, life style & hygienic atmosphere. Medicine frequently used, are - crategus ox/arjuna / rauwalfiaq / digitalis/glonine / bryonia/ cactus etc. Eat well, sleep well and avoid outside food - save your heart for someone special. Take care.
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Medicines like blood thinners and betablocker for heart protection are for life like spectacle is for sight correction. People do claim that pomegranate help to clear vessels, apple cider vinegar plus a spoon of honey helps. Lemon juice with a spoon of honey added to it on empty stomach with water everyday burns bad fats and clears vessels of plaque. No studies have been done and there's no harm in taking all of above. Simple exercises help vessels of heart to open up when demand is more. These low lying vessels are called colateral and it's like nature doing a bypass surgery by grafting more vessels of heart to own heart. You can call it reversible of heart disease. Good luck.
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