Ayurvedic Treatment For Angina Pectoris
Angina occurs when your heart doesn’t receive enough oxygen. The pain is usually in the chest, but one may feel it in the shoulder, arm or jaw. Not every chest pain is Angina and it is really difficult to determine the cause of chest pain. We all know eating loads saturated fats and leading a sedentary lifestyle can be damaging to our hearts, but modern lifestyles can damage our hearts. Angina usually makes its appearance as a person approaches 50 years and most often, it claims the life of a person it affects. It is today one of the leading causes of deaths of people all over the world.
In most of the cases, it is caused due to the thickening of arteries that supply blood, oxygen and nutrients to the heart. Symptoms may appear at times when the heart needs more blood supply such as during physical, mental and emotional exertion.
Symptoms Of Angina Pectoris
- Chest pain
- Pain in chest, arm and shoulder
- Shortness of breath
- Rapid or irregular heart beat
Ayurvedic Angina Pectoris Treatment
The disease aggravated due to the kapha dosha. Kaphais an Ayurvedic humor, which is dense, sticky, wet, clear and cold in nature. kapha is something that governs all structure and lubrication in the mind and body. It controls weight and formation of all the seven tissues – nutritive fluids, blood, fat, muscles, bones, marrow and reproductive tissues.
Ayurvedic treatment consists of restoring the digestive fire and eliminating toxins from the body. Hence pacifying the vitiated body energies and toning the heart. Boolchand Ayurveda offers guaranteed treatment of Angina Pectoris with the best combination of effective herbal remedies. These herbal remedies are prepared from using best quality herbs and strictly follow the core principles of Ayurveda.
Diet & Lifestyle Advice
The treatment begins with the corrections in diet, lifestyle and activities. The main purpose of our Ayurveda medicines is to maintain the fat intake. Patients are recommended fat-free or low fat diet that includes 25-30 percent of your total calorie intake. A low-salt diet and cutting down on coffee and tea is also advised. You need to do some regular exercises as well.