Ayurvedic treatment for Heart attack

Heart attack

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Heart attack


The first goal in management of heart attack is removal of block through use of medicine or surgical method. The second goal is to protect heart through right type of diet and lifestyle maintenance.

Diet Recommendations (Aahar)

  • Eat a well-balanced nutritive food
  • Foods to avoid:
    • Foods which are high in harmful cholesterol such as animal meats, egg yolks
    • Red meats such as pork, mutton, and beef
    • Crabs and prawns
    • Cheese, butter, condensed milk, milk cream, coconut and palm oils etc
    • Trans fatty acids such as hydrogenated oils
    • Salty foods such as fries, poppadums, pickles, etc
    • Sugary foods like cakes, pastries, chocolates, icecreams, etc
    • Tea, coffee, colas
    • Alcohol
    • Canned vegetables and fruit syrups
  • Foods to consume –
    • Carbohydrate foods such as wheat, rice, maize, jowar
    • Green leafy vegetables
    • Whole and sprouted pulses
    • Egg whites and meats such as poultry and fish
    • Vegetable oils
    • Low fat milk and fermented milk products such as buttermilk
    • Fresh fruits (must be taken in excess but without sugar)

Lifestyle changes (Vihar)

  • Lead an active life with work and exercise.
  • Do not overexert yourself if you have a weak body
  • Avoid negative thoughts.
  • Think positively and bear a cheerful attitude towards life.
  • Yoga, pranayam, meditation and stress relieving techniques help in managing cardiac problems.

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