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Heart Diseases

Heart diseases which are also known as coronary heart disease (CHD) are common problem worldwide among middle-aged and elderly people and have become increasingly common in younger individuals too. It is a leading cause of deaths and disability worldwide. Poor dietary habits (high intake of cholesterol, fat), hypertension, sedentary life style and cigarette smoking are some of the known risk factor which leads to deposition of fat in the arteries of the heart (atherosclerosis) and coronary heart disease.

Heart disease gets in headlines and with good cause. It is the leading cause of death across the world, responsible for as much as 31% of all global deaths, according to the World Health Organization(WHO). Heart blockages, which can develop for a variety of reasons are the major cause of most heart attacks and strokes. Fortunately, if detected early, diet and lifestyle modifications can help counter the risk of serious heart disease, possibly helping prevent heart blockages. Ayurveda has long acknowledged heart disease as one of the primary threats that can be managed through diet and lifestyle modifications.

While not every disorder is preventable, an Ayurvedic approach may help improve overall heart health, significantly lowering your risk of heart blockages.

# Causes of Heart Blockage

There are several factors that can raise the risk of blockage formation, including heredity factors, but the most significant are dietary. Faulty diets are widely regarded as the biggest contributor to heart disease, as they can exacerbate various conditions or parameters that set the stage for heart blockages and other heart diseases. Poor ailmentry choices put you at risk of high blood pressure, high cholesterol, obesity, diabetes, and atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries).

Keeping the portrayal of diet in mind, the main causes of heart blockages would include:

  • High consumption of sugar and salt
  • High absorption of foods containing trans fats and saturated fats
  • Nutritional inadequacy resulting from high intake of processed foods and inadequate intake of whole foods.
  • Other risk factors that should be considered include the lack of physical activity, high stress levels, age, family history, drinlking alcohol and smoking.

# Role Of Ayurveda :

As per Ayurveda, poor diet, stress, unhealthy lifestyle causes impairment of digestion which causes accumulation of toxins in the body. These toxins get deposited in different part of the body, such as the coronary artery that leads to obstruction, poor dissemination and causes various forms of heart disease. Ayurvedic treatment of heart disease intent to clean the toxins from the body and restore digestion to avoid further increase of blockages in the body.

Ayurveda has an entitle heart as an origin of channel of rasa dhatu (which is first tissue out of seven recognized tissues). This rasa dhatu is formed after digestion of food by gastric fire or stomachic. Weak gastric fire, intake of improper diet, mental stress etc lead to production of toxic, vitiated rasa dhatu. Toxins (ama) from rasa dhatu go into the heart and create obstruction in channels. Such blockages result in IHD.

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Ayurvedic treatment consists of cleaning these channels of the toxins and restoring digestion to prevent further aggeregation of blockages in the body. Toning herbs are also administered to strengthen the heart, cardio-vascular system and the mind. Diet and regimen adjustments are also advised to support treatment and maintain the health.

# Ayurvedic Treatment for Coronary Heart Diseases:

Ayurvedic specialist generally advices lifestyle change and herbal supplementation for reduction of coronary risk factors including heart failure and heart attacks.

# Yoga, Exercise and Meditation: :

Yoga, meditation and exercise improves physical stamina and also provide mental relaxation. Ayurveda urge mild physical exercise for all individuals for primary prevention of coronary heart disease. If you are not used to exercise, start doing exercises as suggested by your physician. Exercise promotes development of collateral blood vessels in the heart and retards progression of atherosclerosis. Thus yoga palys a vital role in the prevention of heart blockages.

 Herbal Medicines :  : The cardiovascular active herbs include Allium sativum (garlic), Centella asiatica (manduka parni), Commiphora mukul (guggulu), Convolvulus pluricaulis (shankhpushpi), Emblica officinalis (Indian gooseberry), Nardostachys jatamansi (jatamansi), Ocimum sanctum (basil), Myristica fragrans also known as (nutmeg), Terminalia arjuna (arjuna), Terminalia chebula (herde), Tinospora cordifolia (guduchi), Trigonella foenum-graecum (fenugreek), Withania somnifera (ashvagandha) and Zingiber officinale (ginger). The ayurvedic preparations contain all of these herbal medications, a combo of these or can be a single herb formulation. These medicines are the main element of the ayurvedic treatment for heart diseases.

 Celiac Disease :   Celiac Disease disorder (gluten-sensitive enteropathy), sometimes called sprue or celiac, is an immune reaction to eating gluten, a protein found in wheat, barley and rye. If you have celiac disease, eating gluten prompt an immune response in your small intestine.

 Diabetes:   Having uncontrolled diabetes can also lead to underweight . Especially Type1 diabetes can lead to weight loss.

 Skipping Meals :   Skipping meals is one of the reason for underweight if we are not taking the meals at proper time and not getting a balanced diet then we are not getting proper amount of nutrition from food.

Terminalia Arjuna, commonly known as Arjun Tree. Terminalia Arjuna have significant cardiovascular benefits and reduce atherosclerotic risks. The cardiovascular effects of these herbs include reduction of cholesterol, decrease of blood pressure, restriction of atherosclerosis and improvement of circulation to heart, thus reducing the risk of heart failures and heart attacks.

Ayurveda plays a very important role in the health management of human life. Ayurvedic remedies for weight gain are urged after different type of diagnosis. According to the Ayurveda, people with Vata dosha have maximum rate of metabolism which doesn’t let them gain weight. Ayurveda focuses on your body type and the kind of food you have been eating. Based on the evaluation, the course of action is decided to make adjustments to intake calorie, eating choices and disturbed metabolism.

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