A Matter Of The Heart.

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image courtesy google.

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Here’s what you have to do to #ProtectHerHeart

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    2. See the results and check out the steps you can take for improving your fitness levels.

Here is what actually happens during a heart attack.

The heart muscle requires constant supply of blood rich in oxygen. This ensures that tee art is nourished. This critical blood supply is provided by the coronary artery. These arteries could get blocked by plaque that is formed fatty deposits, calcium proteins, and inflammatory cells. Te plaques are of different sizes; they are soft and mushy inside and hard from the outside.

When the plaque is hard the outer shell cracks and the platelet cells in the blood that surrounds the artery comes to the artery creating a clot. This clot could block the artery causing the ea heart muscle to starve for oxygen. the cell t hen gets damage permanently

A Matter Of The  Heart.

I am joining the Saffolalife #ProtectHerHeart initiative and pledging my support to better heart health in Association with BlogAdda.”

Here’s what you have to do to #ProtectHerHeart

  1. Take the ‘Weight-Heart Test atwww.saffolalife.com
    2. See the results and check out the steps you can take for improving your fitness levels.

Here is what actually happens during a heart attack.

T he heart muscle requires constant supply of blood rich in oxygen. This ensures that tee art is nourished. This critical blood supply is provided by the coronary artery. These arteries could get blocked by plaque that is formed fatty deposits, calcium proteins, and inflammatory cells. Te plaques are of different sizes; they are soft and mushy inside and hard from the outside.

When the plaque is hard the outer shell cracks and the platelet cells in the blood that surrounds the artery comes to the artery creating a clot. This clot could block the artery causing the ea heart muscle to starve for oxygen. t he cell t hen gets damage permanently this is a heart attack.

Five essential steps to a healthy heart

  • A healthy balanced diet t hat is rich in fruits and vegetable. The Ayurveda concept of ritucharya is ideal here
  • Physical activity, that is moderate to active. At least 40 min/day
  • A waist circumference t hat is less than 37.4 inches
  • Moderate consumption of alcohol
  • No smoking.
image courtesy google
image courtesy google

Coronary artery disease is not reversible; prevention can only prevent progression and another attack. It is essential to prevent another blood clot, so t he loads on the heart as to reduced. The blood pressure has to be reduced.

From the point of view of hypnotherapy all diseases of the heart are symbolic of the situation of life.  Each chamber represents a phase of life.

Right auricle – childhood it receives from the body and would like to be nurtured.

The tricuspid valve – security issues.

Right ventricle – effort to grow beyond what I was given could give rise to performance stress and non performance guilt

Left auricle issues are due to a feeling of being deprived.

Left ventricle is about giving back; problems arise ere when there are issues with decisions made.

With the problem identified through detailed history hypnotherapy walks a person through to achieve organ regenerations.

Even hypnotherapy would recommend meditation, and practising deep relaxation technique, along with moderate exercise and self hypnosis if weight is an issue.

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parwatisingari

full time mother and role play at being, dentist,dramatist, dancer, dreamer

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