A Healthy Heart For Healthy Life

A Healthy Heart For Healthy Life 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 […]

Is Drinking Coffee Good for Heart Health ?

Is Drinking Coffee Good for Heart Health ? Nearly two cups of coffee are consumed daily by 60% of Americans. So, one would wonder if this is a healthy or unhealthy practice. It is entirely dependent on how and how much coffee you consume. Excessive amounts of anything are always hazardous, and the key to […]

Eye Practices

Eye Practices 1.Nasagra Drishti (Nasal Gaze) Sit in Sukhasana or Vajrasana. Keep the head, neck and spine erect. Fix the eyes on the tip of the nose. Continue to gaze for a few seconds. Keep the gaze without flickering eyelids. Slowly close eyes. Cup them softly. Repeat after a few seconds. Practice it for a […]

Omkar (om chanting)

Omkar (om chanting) Meaning: “OM”, which is derived from the root “nu” Meaning “to praise”, to which is added the prefix “pra”,denoting superiority. The word therefore means “the best praise” or “the best prayer” How to do: (a) Sit erect in any comfortable position; inhale fully to your own capacity, but slowly and gently, with minimum effort. […]

How To Take Care Of Your Heart Naturally

How To Take Care Of Your Heart Naturally Do you think heart disease is inevitable? I have insurance, so why do I care? I can fix it with a stent or surgery. Well, this article is for those who love their hearts truly and will find time to take care of them naturally. It is […]

Non-Invasive EECP Therapy for Angina & Heart Failure

This post is an excerpt from an article originally published in 2007 by the Journal of the American College of Cardiology. Click the link at the bottom to read the full article. Enhanced external counterpulsation and future directions: step beyond medical management for patients with angina and heart failure Between 25,000 and 75,000 new cases […]

Understanding Ranolazine and EECP® Side Effects and Safety

Ranolazine and EECP are both used for patients with chronic stable angina. Learn the difference between both. Chronic Stable Angina affects more than 10 million people in the US. Despite being on appropriate medications, patients may continue to experience chest pain. Individuals who continue to experience angina despite optimized medical therapy may be prescribed ranolazine […]

What is EECP (Enhanced External Counterpulsation)?

Enhanced External Counterpulsation (EECP) is a non-invasive, FDA-approved outpatient therapy to reduce the intensity and frequency of angina-related chest pain. EECP treatment is administered through three sets of cuffs that are applied around the calves, thighs, and buttocks. The cuffs inflate and deflate synchronized with the heartbeat using an electrocardiograph (ECG). EECP increases blood flow […]

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