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Your Heart is the one organ which works tirelessly day and night no matter what you do and what you do not do. It definitely requires your serious attention. In order to perform better and support you throughout your life you need to be aware of the hardships your heart faces because of your life style, diet etc. In this course we provide you with Yogic methods to nurture your heart and keep it performing at its best. As it is always mentioned, prevention is better than cure. Hence, in this course, we aim at preventing the heart disease and all heart related problems and when affected the course also aims at how to tackle them naturally
Millions of people in the world suffer from diseases of the heart and blood vessels. Heart diseases comprise of a group of disorders which involve damage or malfunctioning of heart and its connected parts. Coronary heart disease is a condition in which the heart muscle receives an inadequate amount of blood because of an interruption to its blood supply. This is a major cause of heart attack.
- Angina pectoris: It is a feeling of persistent pain, tightness and discomfort in the chest region when the heart does not receive enough blood.
- Atrial fibrillation: Very fast and irregular contraction of heart
- Arrhythmia: Irregular heartbeat
- Cardiomyopathy Weakness of heart muscles that pump blood throughout the body
- Congenital heart disease: Structural or functional defect of the heart since the time of birth
- Coronary heart disease: Damages coronary arteries that supply blood to the heart.
- Congestive heart failure: Occurs when excess fluid builds up in the body because of heart failure, affecting the filtration function of the kidneys and causing congestion.
- Heart inflammation (myocarditis and pericarditis): Viral infection of the heart leading to inflammation of the heart tissue.
- Ischemic heart disease: Partial blockage of the vessels supplying blood to the heart
- Myocardial infarction: Narrowing of blood vessels stops blood supply to the heart
- Sedentary lifestyle
- High Blood pressure
- Over medication
- Lack of exercise
- Poor eating habits
- High blood pressure
- Improper metabolic activities
- High blood sugar
- Lack of strength
- Bad temper
- Vision disturbance
- Head ache
- Slurred speach
- Coldness of hands and feet
- Pain in the left chest and Shoulder region
- Increased heart beat (Tachycardia)
- Slow heartbeat (bradycardia)
- Chest pain or discomfort
- Shortness of breath
- Uneasy palpitations
- Fainting and dizziness
- Referred pain from chest to the scapula
- Heart-related chest pain is often centered under the breastbone
- Great heaviness on the chest
- Persistent cough
- Heartburn not responding to usual antacids
- Unexplained fatigue
- Pain may begin in the chest and spreads to the shoulders, arms, elbows, back, neck, jaw, or abdomen
- Irregular pulse accompanied by weakness, dizziness, or shortness of breath can be an evidence of a heart attack, or heart failure
- Cold sweat is a common symptom of heart attack