Cardiovascular disease is a class of diseases that involve the heart or blood vessels. Heart diseases have emerged as the number one killer in both urban and rural areas of the country.
The causes of cardiovascular disease are diverse but atherosclerosis and/or hypertension are the most common. Although cardiovascular disease usually affects older adults, the antecedants of cardiovascular disease, notably atherosclerosis begin in early life, making primary prevention efforts necessary from childhood. There is therefore increased emphasis on preventing atherosclerosis by modifying risk factors, such as healthy eating, exercise, and avoidance of smoking.
What is heart disease and what can be done to prevent it?
- A blood pressure reading that is less than 140 over 90 does not indicate hypertension and indicates that you don’t need to worry. If either or both numbers are equal to or greater than 140 over 90 for an extended period of time, you have high blood pressure, or hypertension. Hypertension is dangerous because it causes the heart to work extra hard. This strain contributes to heart attacks and stroke. High blood pressure can cause the heart to enlarge and can cause damage to the arteries, causing arterial disease.
- Most people occasionally feel their heart beat very fast, experience a fluttering in their chest, or notice that their heart skips a beat. One of the most common arrhythmias is sinus arrhythmia, the change in heart rate that can occur normally when we take a breath. These experiences may cause anxiety, and for the majority of people they are completely harmless. You should not panic if you experience a few flutters or your heart races occasionally. But if you have question about your heart rhythm or symptoms, check with a health care provider.
- High cholesterol (hypercholesterolemia), another form of heart disease, is caused by a high level of cholesterol in the blood that can cause plaque to form and accumulate leading to blockages in the arteries (atherosclerosis), increasing the risk for heart attack, stroke, circulation problems, and death. There is overwhelming evidence that high cholesterol levels increase the risk for heart attack, circulation problems in the legs, stroke, and death.
HOMOEOPATHY AND HEART DISEASES
The easy to take homoeopathic medicines are a blessing for treatment of heart diseases which provide effective solutions for heart diseases. Homoeopathy works at multiple levels relating to the underlying causes of various heart diseases. Homoeopathy offers safe, natural, and effective products and procedures, and is readily available to significantly help people with the various forms of heart disease. Homoeopathy for heart disease is not as difficult or risky as it first may seem.
Homoeopathy applied properly offers us safe and effective solutions to address both
- active cardiovascular conditions and
- nip the genetic predispositions proactively in the bud.
Hence to have a low risk of heart disease, by maintaining normal cholesterol levels, good cardiovascular function and a healthy circulatory system consider Constitutional Homoeopathic treatment along with certain lifestyle changes.