Heart disease is the leading cause of death worldwide; however, it is avoidable in 80% of cases. As a result of today’s poor lifestyle patterns, severe heart issues are rising.
We’re talking about coronary artery disease, which is marked by plaque buildup in the heart’s arteries.
This restriction or obstruction prevents critical, oxygen-rich blood from reaching the heart. Nearly 70% of people experience a heart attack as their first symptom, implying that most are unaware they have heart disease.
Family history, diabetes, high blood pressure and cholesterol, obesity, smoking, an unhealthy diet high in red meat, high fats processed foods, and a stressful, sedentary lifestyle are well-known risk factors. However, because we place a premium on early detection, we go above and beyond routine treatment. We provide sophisticated preventative treatment in the form of a personalised cardiac examination that is not available in standard hospitals or diagnostic clinics. There are numerous blood markers linked to chronic inflammation and genetic markers that can assist prevent heart attacks and avert heart surgery if recognised early.
According to Dr Pratiksha Gandhi, MD, a world-renowned preventive cardiologist, the good news is that everyone, regardless of their genetic history or risk factors, can take control of their heart health by making simple lifestyle adjustments.
“Research conducted by American physicians Dr Dean Ornish and Dr Caldwell Esselstyn has demonstrated that plant-based and whole foods-based diets are helpful in not only preventing, but also reversing the consequences of heart disease.” Bill Clinton, the former president of the United States, improved his heart health by following the Ornish eating plan. It only takes a mental change to commit to doing something beneficial to your health. Because most individuals are so addicted to food, they would rather suffer than make changes in their daily lives. It is critical to follow the natural principles of healthy living to grasp the power of natural healing. “Let food be thy medicine, and medicine be thy food,” Hippocrates, the father of modern medicine, advised. Apart from eating, he emphasised the importance of long walks and exercise. It .
Many patients believe that if we practise lifestyle changes, we will confront orthodox cardiologists. The latest research from the previous decade has repeatedly demonstrated that making lifestyle modifications is beneficial in addition to conventional heart therapies. Integrative cardiology is what we do. The patient’s best interests are prioritised. Some dire situations necessitate surgery, which we strongly advise. However, in our experience, more than 80% of patients who use natural bypass therapy in conjunction with our cardiac rehabilitation programmes do not require surgery. A cardiac bypass or angioplasty with stent implantation only treats the symptoms and does not address the underlying problem. It’s like attempting to clean up a flooded room while the faucet is still on. When we focus on the fundamental reasons for blockages in each person, we see a unique transformation at the mind-body level.
Prashivyog Heartcare features a team of expert cardiac doctors and cutting-edge facilities to deliver a non-invasive cardiac diagnosis, natural bypass therapies, and blood pressure and diabetes reversal programmes.