Lifestyle And Cardiac Disease

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The booming economy is one of the reasons for the spurt in heart related ailments. It is similar to what the USA had to go through during the consumerist age of the 1960s.This has been attributed to the increased stress and strain of the occupations, demanding work schedules, reduced times with family, erratic dietary habits, increased intake of processed foods and lack of exercise. It has led to individuals becoming more prone to high blood pressure which casts an influence on the lining of the blood vessels over a period of time making them more rigid and less responsive when blood supply at a certain area of the body is required. If the young, urban and professionals in their thirties are counted they also seem into the bracket of those suffering from metabolic disorders like diabetes as it makes an individual more prone to heart disease.

The lifestyle changes have also led to build up of cholesterol, low density lipoproteins, triglycerides in the circulation system that have the propensity to stick along the lining of the blood vessels and when this happens amongst the crucial supply chain of the heart it can obliterate them causing deficient nutrition to the heart muscle and when it goes beyond a point a portion of the heart ceases to function and it is termed as a heart attack. A disease of the affluent class not very long ago it has now percolated to the upper middle and lower middle classes as sedentary lifestyles doesn’t take long to become a compelling habit. Obese people are more at risk of heart disease than others.

The need of the hour is to reach out to the masses and explain regarding the preventive cardiology as otherwise many young productive lives could be nipped in the bud. Though the tendency for deposition along the lining of the blood vessels could also be influenced by genetics it has been seen that a moderate exercise staves away any such issues.

Homoeopathic medicine has a role to play in preventive cardiology as it has the remedies like Belladonna, Aurum met, Spigelia, Rauwolfia and Passiflora which can maintain the normal blood pressure while Phos, Gymnema, Syzygium deter diabetes while Arjuna, Crataegus, Allium sativa have a proven record of maintaining the bad cholesterol under normal limits. The advantage with these remedies is not just to see that the levels are in normal limits but also to see that the tendency to heart disease can be a thing of the past in many an individual.

Bone density

I had undergone a routine test of bone density which revealed that I have osteoporosis. I already suffer from pain in the knees.


Loss of calcium from the bones gradually leads to arthritis or degeneration of the joints due to inflammation. Homoeopathic medicine has good remedies like Rhus tox, Ruta, Calc phos, Calc flour which help not only in relieving the pain and discomfort due to arthritis but also see that further loss of calcium is allayed but fortified further so that progression of the disease is arrested.

Alcohol addiction

My husband has a craving for alcohol and is addicted to it for the past 15 years. Can homoeopathy help?


Counselling to start with while being on Homoeopathic medicines like Ac. Sulph, Nux vomica, Lycopodium and Quercus have been known to reduce the craving for alcohol. Consult a homoeopath.


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