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Heart Failure Homeopathic Treatment



Homeopathy can treat heart attack as well as most medical emergencies easily with medicine while allopathy takes time homeopthy start working as soon as you take medicine prevents future attacks.If you are in a high-risk group, prone to heart disease, genetically predisposed, overweight, diabetic or have previously survived a heart attack, these remedies may be helpful during a possible future event.

Heart Failure produced by oxygen deprivation of the Heart muscle, there is another class of Heart Failure mechanisms that are beginning to be recognized.During this first phase, your coronary artery is actually made larger to get more of your blood flowing, and to help you win your upcoming battle. Once your conflict is resolved, perhaps you find a way to keep your house, or you talk through your feelings of grief over your loved one's death, your body moves into the second, restoration phase, and will begin to restore your artery.This has to do with the damaging effect that Glucose has on the nervous system. In this scenario the autonomic nerves that time the Heart beat and synchronize the complex events involved in proper pump operation are damaged by the high blood Glucose load. Arrhythmia and faulty Heart operation result. The disease is referred to as Cardioneuropathy.

Emotional turmoil play very important role in these conflict.Stop Dwelling and Start Resolving Your Emotional Conflicts.


There are five tests that can detect a heart attack:

- Electrocardiogram (ECG)
- Coronary angiography
- Exercise stress test
- Nuclear scan
- Blood test like Cholestrol,
- CPK.

Impact of modern lifestyle is having on the health of youth. Awake until late at night, eating too much cholesterol, take junk food and stress-free stay to Driking and youth smoking is one of the routine, but it can be fatal to their health. Many people will be surprised that someone have a heart attack at the age of 20-22, but the truth is that the youth of the 21st century, the age of 40 to 40 percent of heart attack victims are young.

Psychosomatic analysis of heart disease

 The biological conflict linked to the myocardium is an overwhelmed conflict brought on by negative stress overload .

The more emotional causes are a broken heart from loss of love or a profound territorial loss.Territory is essential to life on Earth. Conflicts of a sexual nature and undervaluing in animal life are part of it. Heart attacks, in animals, are linked to the defence of the territory.

A heart attack always takes place following a territorial conflict. It can be some months afterwards. According to the psychological tension the person experienced, he may develop arrhythmia, angina, a stroke or even a fatal heart attack. This will depend on how the person experienced the psychological conflict of intrusion in his territory, or loss of his territory without verbalising it effectively.

With long-lasting conflict activity the heart muscle becomes weaker resulting in physical weakness (difficulty climbing stairs or walking short distances) because of the reduced ability of the heart to carry sufficient amount of blood into the body’s circulatory system. This is medically termed a myocardial or cardiac insufficiency (colloquially called a “heart failure”). If the left myocardium is affected, the decreased heart muscle contraction slows the blood flow in front of the left heart. With an intense conflict, the back-up of fluid collected in the lungs leads to acute shortness of breath due to the raise of pressure in the lungs and to a lung oedema, also called cardiac pulmonary oedema (compare with alveolar oedema related to the lung alveoli; see also lung oedema with mitral valve insufficiency). If the right myocardium is affected, the congestion of blood occurs in front of the right heart. The subsequent accumulation of interstitial fluid in the capillaries creates a peripheral oedema with swelling, particularly in the ankles, feet and legs (see also peripheral oedema related to the leg veins or leg bones). In the conflict-active phase involving the right myocardium the blood pressure is elevated

.The severity of your heart attack will be directly related to the length of time that your territorial conflict festered

 

Heart Attack: Focusing on material aspects in life while enjoying nothing in the process.

 

New thinking and feeling

I open my heart for the joys of life.

I swing lovingly midst of my world.

I am close to life and love in my heart, because my heart is wide open.

I can deal with all my feelings.

I am a man with a sense of humor.

My life is free and satisfied.

I show everyone my love.

 

Diagnosis of Heart Attack:-

Heart attacks do not respect time, place or circumstances. These can happen to anyone, anytime, and apparently out of the blue, perhaps even depriving the unsuspecting victim of life.

Pain

The first symptom of heart attack, in a majority of the cases, is a severe and prolonged pain in the middle of the front of the chest. In some, the pain may be severe enough to be described as the worst pain the patient has ever
experienced. The pain is often accompanied by weakness, sweating, nausea, vomiting, giddiness and anxiety.

Shock While pain is the most prominent symptom in most of the cases of heart attack, there are cases in which this is not so. The first and the most prominent symptom may be a state of shock in which the patient at once passes.

He suddenly experiences weakness which slowly or rapidly may develop into intense prostration or collapse. He may  unexpectedly slump if he is standing or walking. He may lose consciousness because of less blood going to the brain.

E.C.G. in Heart Attack Patient

Heart attack ECG

Each beat of the heart is associated with an electrical impulse which passes over the heart muscle. This electrical impulse originates in the right auricle (Sino-auricular node) and travels over both the auricles in wave-like fashion to reach a place in the wall between the ventricles (auriculo ventricular node) and then spreads over both the ventricles.

Acute myocardial infarction (MI) affects both ventricular depolarization (appearance of pathological Q waves) and repolarization (ST-T wave changes). Specific manifestations depend on whether the lesion is subendocardial or transmural in location.
The ECG sign of subendocardial ischemia is ST segment depression (A). Depression is reversible if ischemia is only transient but depression persists if ischemia is severe enough to produce infarction. T wave inversion with or without ST segment depression (B) is sometimes seen but not ST segment elevation or Q wave. That is why subendocardial infarction is also called non-ST-elevation myocardial infarction (NSTEMI) and less commonly non-Q wave myocardial infarction.
ST segment depression seen in subendocardial ischemia or infarction can take on different patterns: The most typical being horizontal or down-sloping depression. Up-sloping ST depression is less specific. In exercise stress tests, horizontal or down-sloping depression of 1 mm or more (A, B, & C) or up-sloping depression of the same magnitude 80 ms beyond the J point (D) is considered positive signs of ischemia. Up-sloping depression of less than 1 mm at 80 ms beyond the J point (E) is simply J point depression and not ST segment depression.


In transmural MI, ischemia in the subendocardium spreads to the epicardium and involves full thickness of the myocardium. In the acute phase, the ECG signs are ST segment elevation.
The elevated ST segment may slope upward or be horizontal or dome-shape.

Hyperacute (tall positive) T waves may precede ST segment elevation (A) or seen at the same time with ST elevation (B) during this acute phase.
Hours to days later during the evolving phase, pathological Q waves appear, the elevated ST segments return towards baseline, and the T waves become inverted.

Q wave is normal if it is shallow and brief (A).
Q wave is pathological if it is wider than 40 ms or deeper than a third of the height of the entire QRS complex (B & C). Significant Q wave usually persists even after recovery.

Localization of myocardial infarction

By way of their position, the 12 ECG leads can be used to distinguish myocardial infarction occurring in different regions of the heart. The chest leads cluster around the heart in the horizontal plane and look in from the front (V1 to V4) and from the left (V5 and V6); leads I and aVL also look in from the left while leads II, III, and aVF look in at the under surface.


Examination of Patient on different levels

Chest Examination

Examination with the help of a stethoscope may reveal some extra sounds coming from inside the chest. These

sounds — moist rales— are due to collection of phlegm at the bases of the lungs.

Pulse

The examination of the pulse may reveal no abnormality except that it is faster than usual, 100 to 110 beats per

minute. It may be low in volume. It is usually regular. When an irregularity is there or when it is beating very fast, may

be over 150 beats per minute, or very slow, about 30 beasts per minute, it indicates damage to the area of the heart

from where the pulse beat originates.

Fever

Within 24 to 48 hours of a heart attack, and sometimes even earlier (four to eight hours), there is moderate rise in

temperature of the patient. This may go up to 100°F, and in uncomplicated cases may persist up to two to six days.

Blood Pressure

As a rule, heart attack causes a fall in the blood pressure. This fall in blood pressure is proportionately greater in

patients who had high blood pressure before.

Heart Attack causes

Heart failure, once understood to be a symptom of Hyperinsulinemia and of Diabetes, is today the leading cause of death in this country.Heart Failure in this country is due to the effects of elevated Glucose and Insulin levels on our bodies. Both of these two Bio-active organic chemicals are directly implicated in the severe damage done to our Vascular systems and they are specifically implicated in Atherosclerosis in our Coronary Artery. They are also implicated in Cardioneuropathy and in stimulating changes in the blood which play a role in Heart Failure

A less common cause of heart attack is a severe spasm (tightening) of a coronary artery. The spasm cuts off blood flow through the artery. Spasms can occur in coronary arteries that aren't affected by atherosclerosis.

What causes a coronary artery to spasm isn't always clear. A spasm may be related to:

  • Taking certain drugs, such as cocaine
  • Emotional stress or pain
  • Exposure to extreme cold
  • Cigarette smoking

 

Common symptoms of a heart attack

Learn the symptoms of a heart attack and seek help immediately if you think you are having one. Although the most common sign of a heart attack in both men and women is chest pain or discomfort, other symptoms tend to vary depending on your gender. 

Men 

  • Pain or discomfort in the center of the chest
  • Pain or discomfort that radiates to the upper body, especially shoulders or arms and neck
  • Sweating
  • Dizziness

Women

  • Pressure, aching, or tightness in the center of the chest (although not as frequently as in men)
  • Shortness of breath
  • Weakness; unusual fatigue
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Dizziness
  • Back or jaw pain

 

Heart Attack Prevention Diet


Restrict sodium intake.

Avoid foods high in trans fatty acids and saturated fats.

Eat a well-balanced, high-fiber diet based on whole grains, legumes, fruits, and vegetables.

Eliminate the consumption of refined foods.

Avoid milk, butter, margarine, vegetable shortening, cheese, red meat, and chicken skin. They cause blood clogging.

Blueberries have antioxidant properties. Add them to your morning cereals.

Eat fish, especially salmon and mackerel, three times a week.

Garlic helps reduce high blood pressure and cholesterol. Take a tiny piece of garlic and crush it with aknife. Swallow with a glass of water.


Ginger helps maintain healthy cholesterol levels.

Have a glass of red wine with your meal, at dinner.

Lose weight, if you are overweight.

Avoid overeating and eating late.

Engage in 30 minutes of physical exercise.

Stop smoking.

Avoid stress.
 

Homoeopathic Treatment for Heart Attack:

Homeopathic management of heart attack- Homeopathy is one of the most popular holistic systems of medicine. The selection of remedy is based upon the theory of individualization and symptoms similarity by using holistic approach.

We have Tailor made prescription for each individual not a ready-made prescription according to ailments.

This is the only way through which a state of complete health can be regained by removing all the sign and symptoms from which the patient is suffering. The aim of homeopathy is not only to treat heart disease but to address its underlying cause and individual susceptibility.

Heart failure homeopathic treatment explain in picture

Homeopathy treatment disease from root cause so basic cause of heart attack is stress & Cholestrol.While 

While Stress is part of lifestyle &  job-related issues ( territory), So we need to counseling patient as well as correct predisposition to stress with medicine.

Cholesterol or hyperlipidemia (bad cholesterol increase) lead to blockage of arteries.Cholesterol is increased in digestive & metabolic disorders.Homeopathy can correct both mental as well as digestive disorder at  same time .


As far as therapeutic medication is concerned, several remedies are available to manage heart attack symptoms that can be selected on the basis of cause, sensations and modalities of the complaints.

For illnesses that are chronic in nature and that includes most cardiovascular complaints homeopaths prescribe constitutional remedies: homeopathic remedies chosen based on an understanding of the whole person, including the cardiac symptoms.

 

 

Homeopathic Remedies for Heart failure

 

Besides some of the following ingredients, the product contains Dr Gurpreet Singh Makkar(punjab,India), Research based, highly effective medicines.

Aconitum is given immediately at the onset of a heart attack. There is numbness of the left arm.


Cactus grandiflorus treats angina pectoris. The arteries and heart are weak too atherosclerosis.

Spigelia relieves violent cardiac palpitations with shooting pain in the breast area. An inability to sleep, worse sleeping on the left side.


Craetaegus oxyacantha is a tonic for the heart. It treats coronary insufficiency. The pulse is rapid and visible. The pain on the left side of the chest radiates to the left arm.

Aurum metallicum treats myocardial weakness. The chest pain is aggravated at night. A sensation asif the heartbeat will cease.


Latrodectus treats precordial pain, the pain intensifies with breathing.


Laurocerasus is indicated for heart failure.


Digitalis treats cardiac muscle failure. There is a slow pulse, a tight heart, palpitation, the sensation as if suffocating, and all symptoms are aggravated sleeping on left side.


Baryta carbonica is indicated for a senile heart, atherosclerosis, hypertension, and loss of memory.



Viscum album treats hypertrophy of the heart.


Glonoinum treats hypertension, atherosclerosis, and all heart conditions aggravated in the heat of the sun.



Platina relieves spasmodic contraction of the muscle around the heart.


Carbo vegetabilis is indicated for heart failure with cyanosis.



Naja treats angina pectoris. The chest pains radiates towards the nape of neck to the left upper shoulder, and arm.


Veratum album calms cardiac palpitations.



Plumbum album is indicated for hypertension, sclerosis, and loss of memory.


Strophantus is indicated if there is suspicion of a heart attack. The degeneration of the cardiac muscle accompanied by irregular heartbeat. The pulse rate is rapid at times and slow at other times.


Tabacum treats hypertrophy of the heart.


Kalmia treats bradycardia accompanied by rheumatism or gout.

 

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About Dr. GS Makkar


Dr. GURPREET SINGH MAKKAR is a dynamic homeopath from India(pb). He is an ardent student of classical Homeopathy. He is a registered doctor degree holder (B.H.M.S.) from Sri Guru Nanak Dev Homoeopathic medical college(S.G.N.D Barewal Ludhiana,PUNJAB, India.
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