Strengthen the heart muscles naturally (Cardiomyopathy)
In the ancient medical science of Ayurveda, cardiomyopathy is described as Vatika Hrudroga. Cardiomyopathy causes the weak heart muscles to hinder the natural functioning of the heart. Due to this muscle weakness, the patients often face chest pain, shortness of breath, irregular heartbeat, swollen feet & abdomen etc.
The cardiomyopathy can occur due to infections, metabolic disorders, and nutritional deficiencies. Such circumstances hinder the functions of cardiomyocytes and interfere with the electrical signals in the heart. As a result, the pumping activity of heart gets affected. The natural therapies of Ayurveda can potentially strengthen the muscles of the heart to a desirable extent. The natural ingredients of the Ayurvedic herbs balance the circulatory vitiations (Vata Dosha) which are the root cause of cardiomyopathy and naturally increase the efficiency of heart muscles to efficiently pump the blood for the entire body.
Natural therapies for preventing heart muscle diseases
The 5000 years old medical science of Ayurveda has documented that a complete nutrients rich diet, practicing of Yoga / Pranayama & Rasayana therapies to strengthen the heart muscles can be potentially beneficial to prevent cardiomyopathy. The specific ingredients present in these herbs eliminate the stiffness in ventricular walls and promote natural contractility of heart muscles which is the best natural solution for hypertrophic and dilated cardiomyopathy. Ayurvedic formulations are scientifically tailored to support a decrease in the septum thickness which inhibits the backward blood-flow. By doing this, these herbs naturally reduce the chest pain, dizziness, & arrhythmias etc.
“A rejuvenating combination for healthy circulatory system”
- Promotes and strengthens the muscle of the heart.
- Supports healthy blood circulation & healthy cholesterol level.
- Cleanses the arteries, & removes cholesterol plaques (Ama).
- Protects your heart against fear, anxiety, & repressed emotions.
Cardio Support is based on previously unexplored extraordinary Ayurvedic principles and practices to strengthen the heart muscles. Cardio Support improves the pumping activity of the heart by improving the strength of heart muscles. This natural remedy along with the Ayurvedic heart-strengthening rejuvenation therapies (Rasayana Therapy) regulate the rhythmic contractions and relaxation of the heart. The Cardio Support naturally prevents regurgitation of the blood from ventricles into the atrium. Our unique heart muscle strengthening Rasayana therapies help in decreasing the pressure on the ventricles that inhibits alteration in cardiac muscles and electrical signals which naturally prevent the heart muscle weakness. The extract of these herbs prevents the aortic stenosis and aortic incompetence that protects the heart muscles from further damage.
Diet for Heart health
- Include fibers like oats, wheat, whole grain cereals, pulses, legumes, sprouts, fruits, and vegetables in your diet.
- Drink plenty of water & only use 3 teaspoons of oil in your foods/day (a less than half a liter per month).
- Avoid fried foods, bakery products, snacks, non-vegetarian diet, egg yolk, carbonated beverages, saturated fats, table salt, sugary foods (cake, pudding, cream, chocolate, & jaggery), starchy vegetables (potato, jackfruits, yam, taro root, & sweet potato etc.).
- Avoid saturated fats (butter and refined oil), table salt, & oily/spicy pickles.
Pranayama/Yoga/Exercise for a healthy heart
Pranayamas: Sheetali/Anulom Vilom: – All these calm the mind, relieve stress/anxiety, cleanse & strengthen the heart and reduce the fight and flight responses.
Asana: Shavasanas/Tadasana – Yoga and exercises can help to reduce the risk factors responsible for heart attack. These Yoga Asanas lower the blood pressure, bad cholesterol, improve heart rate and the blood circulation.
Rehab exercises for Myocardial Infarction: – A short exercise session 2-3 times a day is recommended. Start with Low-intensity exercises (3-4MET): Level walking (3mph) and bicycling (6mph) progressing to 4-5 MET’s: Walking (31/2mph), bicycling (8mph), rowing, water and ground aerobics.
Precautions: Avoid during unstable angina (chest pain), acute illness or fever, & uncontrolled diabetes. Start only when the patient becomes stable. Do not hold breath in any of the exercises to avoid Valsalva maneuver. Avoid high-intensity exercises (HR should not exceed>180 beats/min). The necessary warm-up and cool down periods are recommended. All these practices should be performed under an expert’s advice.