Cardiovascular disease (हृदय रोग) is a class of diseases that involve the heart or blood vessels. CVD includes coronary artery diseases (CAD) such as angina and myocardial infarction (commonly known as a heart attack). Other CVDs include stroke, heart failure, hypertensive heart disease, rheumatic heart disease, cardiomyopathy, abnormal heart rhythms, congenital heart disease, valvular heart disease, carditis, aortic aneurysms, peripheral artery disease, thromboembolic disease, and venous thrombosis. Being the disease most dangerous, Siddha Spirituality of Swami Hardas Life System wishes our readers to read this article thoroughly and try to learn and apply some of the methods mentioned.
Cardiovascular disease Definition (हृदय रोग की परिभाषा)
A type of disease that affects the heart or blood vessels. The risk of certain cardiovascular diseases may be increased by smoking, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, unhealthy diet, lack of exercise, and obesity. The most common cardiovascular disease is coronary artery disease (narrow or blocked coronary arteries), which can lead to chest pain, heart attacks, or stroke. Other cardiovascular diseases include congestive heart failure, heart rhythm problems, congenital heart disease (heart disease at birth), and endocarditis (inflamed inner layer of the heart).
Cardiovascular disease Symptoms (हृदय रोग के लक्षण)
However, typical symptoms of an underlying cardiovascular issue include:
- Pain or pressure in the chest, which may indicate angina
- Discomfort or pain in the arms left shoulder, elbows, jaw, or back
- Shortness of breath
- Nausea and fatigue
- Lightheadedness or dizziness
- Cold sweats
Although these are the most common ones, CVD can cause symptoms anywhere in the body.
Cardiovascular disease Causes (हृदय रोग के कारण)
Many types of CVD occur as a complication of atherosclerosis.
Damage to the circulatory system can also result from diabetes and other health conditions, such as a virus, an inflammatory process such as myocarditis, or a structural problem present from birth (congenital heart disease).
CVD often results from high blood pressure, which produces no symptoms. It is therefore vital that people undergo regular screening for high blood pressure.
Cardiovascular disease risk factors (हृदय रोग के जोखिम कारक)
There are many risk factors for heart diseases:
- Tobacco use
- Physical inactivity
- Excessive alcohol consumption
- Unhealthy diet
- Genetic predisposition and family history of cardiovascular disease
- Raised blood pressure (hypertension)
- High blood sugar (diabetes mellitus)
- Raised blood cholesterol (hyperlipidemia)
- Undiagnosed celiac disease
- Psychosocial factors
- Poverty and low educational status
- Air pollution
While the individual contribution of each risk factor varies between different communities or ethnic groups the overall contribution of these risk factors is very consistent.
Genetic factors influence the development of cardiovascular disease in men who are less than 55 years old and in women who are less than 65 years old. Cardiovascular disease in a person’s parents increases their risk by 3 fold.
Age is the most important risk factor in developing cardiovascular or heart diseases, with approximately a tripling of risk with each decade of life. Coronary fatty streaks can begin to form in adolescence. It is estimated that 82 percent of people who die of coronary heart disease are 65 and older. Simultaneously, the risk of stroke doubles every decade after age 55.
Aging is also associated with changes in the mechanical and structural properties of the vascular wall, which leads to the loss of arterial elasticity and reduced arterial compliance and may subsequently lead to coronary artery disease.
Men are at greater risk of heart disease than premenopausal women. Once past menopause, it has been argued that a woman’s risk is similar to a man’s although more recent data from the WHO and UN disputes this. If a female has diabetes, she is more likely to develop heart disease than a male with diabetes.
Among men and women, there are differences in body weight, height, body fat distribution, heart rate, stroke volume, and arterial compliance. In the very elderly, age-related large artery pulsatility and stiffness are more pronounced among women than men. This may be caused by the women’s smaller body size and arterial dimensions which are independent of menopause.
Cigarettes are a major form of smoked tobacco. Risks to health from tobacco use result not only from direct consumption of tobacco but also from exposure to second-hand smoke. Approximately 10% of cardiovascular disease is attributed to smoking; however, people who quit smoking by age 30 have almost as low a risk of death as never smokers.
Physical inactivity (शारीरिक निष्क्रियता)
Insufficient physical activity (defined as less than 5 x 30 minutes of moderate activity per week, or less than 3 x 20 minutes of vigorous activity per week) is currently the fourth leading risk factor for mortality worldwide. In 2008, 31.3% of adults aged 15 or older (28.2% men and 34.4% women) were insufficiently physically active.
The risk of ischemic heart disease and diabetes mellitus is reduced by almost a third in adults who participate in 150 minutes of moderate physical activity each week. In addition, physical activity assists weight loss and improves blood glucose control, blood pressure, lipid profile and insulin sensitivity.
High dietary intakes of saturated fat, trans-fats and salt, and low intake of fruits, vegetables and fish are linked to cardiovascular risk, although whether all these associations are a cause is disputed. The World Health Organization attributes approximately 1.7 million deaths worldwide to low fruit and vegetable consumption.
The amount of dietary salt consumed is also an important determinant of blood pressure levels and overall cardiovascular risk.
High trans-fat intake has adverse effects on blood lipids and circulating inflammatory markers, and elimination of trans-fat from diets has been widely advocated. In 2018 the World Health Organization estimated that trans fats were the cause of more than half a million deaths per year.
There is evidence that higher consumption of sugar is associated with higher blood pressure and unfavorable blood lipids, and sugar intake also increases the risk of diabetes mellitus. High consumption of processed meats is associated with an increased risk of cardiovascular disease, possibly in part due to increased dietary salt intake.
The relationship between alcohol consumption and cardiovascular disease is complex and may depend on the amount of alcohol consumed. There is a direct relationship between high levels of drinking alcohol and cardiovascular disease.
Celiac disease (सीलिएक रोग)
Untreated celiac disease can cause the development of many types of cardiovascular diseases, most of which improve or resolve with a gluten-free diet and intestinal healing. However, delays in recognition and diagnosis of celiac disease can cause irreversible heart damage.
Sleep disorders such as sleep-disordered breathing and insomnia, as well as the particularly short duration of sleep or particularly long duration of sleep, have been found to be associated with a higher cardiometabolic risk.
Air pollution (वायु प्रदुषण)
Particulate matter has been studied for its short- and long-term exposure effects on cardiovascular disease. Currently, PM2.5 is the major focus, in which gradients are used to determine CVD risk. Women had a higher relative risk than men did. Overall, long-term PM exposure increased the rate of atherosclerosis and inflammation.
Depression and traumatic stress (अवसाद और दर्दनाक तनाव)
There is evidence that mental health problems, in particular depression and traumatic stress, is linked to cardiovascular diseases. Whereas mental health problems are known to be associated with risk factors for cardiovascular diseases such as smoking, poor diet, and a sedentary lifestyle, these factors alone do not explain the increased risk of cardiovascular diseases seen in depression, stress, and anxiety.
Cardiovascular disease Prevention (हृदय रोग की रोकथाम)
Up to 90% of cardiovascular disease may be preventable if established risk factors are avoided. Currently practiced measures to prevent cardiovascular disease include:
- Tobacco cessation and avoidance of second-hand smoke. Smoking cessation reduces risk by about 35%.
- A low-fat, low-sugar, high-fiber diet including whole grains and fruit and vegetables.
- At least 150 minutes (2 hours and 30 minutes) of moderate exercise per week.
- Limit alcohol consumption to the recommended daily limits; People who moderately consume alcoholic drinks have a 25–30% lower risk of cardiovascular disease. Lower blood pressure, if elevated. A 10 mmHg reduction in blood pressure reduces risk by about 20%.
- Decrease non-HDL cholesterol. Statin treatment reduces cardiovascular mortality by about 31%.
- Decrease body fat if overweight or obese.
- Decrease psychosocial stress. This measure may be complicated by imprecise definitions of what constitutes psychosocial interventions. Stress, however, plays a relatively minor role in hypertension.
Most guidelines recommend combining preventive strategies. A 2015 Cochrane Review found some evidence that interventions aiming to reduce more than one cardiovascular risk factor may have beneficial effects on blood pressure, body mass index and waist circumference; however, evidence was limited and the authors were unable to draw firm conclusions on the effects on cardiovascular events and mortality.
A diet high in fruits and vegetables decreases the risk of cardiovascular disease and death. Evidence suggests that the Mediterranean diet may improve cardiovascular outcomes. There is also evidence that a Mediterranean diet may be more effective than a low-fat diet in bringing about long-term changes to cardiovascular risk factors e.g., lower cholesterol level and blood pressure.
The DASH diet (high in nuts, fish, fruits and vegetables, and low in sweets, red meat, and fat) has been shown to reduce blood pressure, lower total and low-density lipoprotein cholesterol and improve metabolic syndrome, but the long-term benefits outside the context of a clinical trial have been questioned. A high fiber diet appears to lower the risk.
Physical activity (शारीरिक गतिविधि)
Exercise-based cardiac rehabilitation following a heart attack reduces the risk of death from cardiovascular disease and leads to fewer hospitalizations.
Dietary supplements (पूरक आहार)
While a healthy diet is beneficial, the effect of antioxidant supplementation (vitamin E, vitamin C, etc.) or vitamins has not been shown to protect against cardiovascular disease and in some cases may possibly result in harm. Magnesium supplementation lowers high blood pressure in a dose-dependent manner.
Magnesium therapy is recommended for people with ventricular arrhythmia associated with torsades de pointes who present with long QT syndrome as well as for the treatment of people with digoxin intoxication-induced arrhythmias. There is no evidence to support omega-3 fatty acid supplementation.
Cardiovascular disease Treatment (हृदय रोग का उपचार)
Blood pressure medication reduces cardiovascular disease in people at risk, irrespective of age, the baseline level of cardiovascular risk, or baseline blood pressure.
Statins are effective in preventing further cardiovascular disease in people with a history of cardiovascular disease. As the event rate is higher in men than in women, the decrease in events is more easily seen in men than women.
Anti-diabetic medication may reduce cardiovascular risk in people with Type 2 Diabetes, although evidence is not conclusive.
Aspirin has been found to be of only modest benefit in those at low risk of heart disease as the risk of serious bleeding is almost equal to the benefit with respect to cardiovascular problems. In those at very low risk, including those over the age of 70, it is not recommended.
The United States Preventive Services Task Force recommends against the use of aspirin for prevention in women less than 55 and men less than 45 years old; however, in those who are older, it is recommended in some individuals.
Cardiovascular disease and Diabetes (हृदय रोग और मधुमेह)
The following statistics speak loud and clear that there is a strong correlation between cardiovascular disease (CVD) and diabetes.
- At least 68% of people aged 65 or older with diabetes die from some form of heart disease and 16% die of stroke
- Adults with diabetes are two to four times more likely to die from cardiovascular disease than adults without diabetes
- The American Heart Association considers diabetes to be one of the seven major controllable risk factors for cardiovascular disease
Cardiovascular diseases List (हृदय रोगों की सूची)
- Aortic Aneurysm
- Aortic Coarctation
- Arteriovenous Shunting
- Cardiac Arrest
- Cardiogenic Shock
- Fibromuscular Dysplasia
- Heart Disease
- Heart Failure
- High Blood Pressure
- High Cholesterol
- Intestinal Arterial Insufficiency
- Long QT Syndrome
- Peripheral Arterial Disease
- Platelet Aggregation Inhibition
- Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease
- Prevention of Thromboembolism in Atrial Fibrillation
- Rheumatic Fever
- Short QT Syndrome
- Thromboembolic Disorder
- Valvular Heart Disease
- Varicose Veins
Cardiovascular disease & Free Siddha energy remedies (हृदय रोग और नि:शुल्क सिद्ध ऊर्जा उपचार)
1. Siddha preventive measures (सिद्ध निवारक उपाय)
Everybody must practice Siddha preventive measures, whether a person is affected with cardiovascular disease or not, but preventive measures are the primary steps for switching on to any other Siddha energy remedies, and hence they are important. It helps in one’s capability, effectiveness, and productivity, decision making power, intellectuality and removing minor health problems. There are three types of preventive measures:
- Earthing – performed for earthing the negativity of our body
- Field Cleaning – cleans energy field (Aura) of our body
- Siddha Brain Exercise/Energizing – energizes our brain for proper functionality
Everybody’s tendency is to get attracted to the word ‘free‘, however, don’t neglect even these Siddha preventive measures are free. Avail the benefits by practicing them sincerely, and regularly. For the ease of understanding Siddha preventive measures, please watch a video for a live demonstration.
2. Siddha Shaktidata Yog (सिद्ध शक्तीदाता योग)
This unique Siddha Shaktidata Yog of Siddha Spirituality can solve the problems related to cardiovascular disease with free Siddha energy remedies. There is no compulsion of training of ‘Swami Hardas Life System’ methods. This not only gives benefits to self but also it can be used for other affected persons, whether a person is in the same house, distantly available in the same city, same nation or might be in any corner of the world, however, both the procedures have been explained here.
3. Siddha Kalyan Sadhana (सिद्ध कल्याण साधना)
Recite this Sadhana with a Sankalp “My problems of cardiovascular disease are solved as early as possible and I should gain health”, which should be repeated in mind 3 – 3 times every after each stanza. Any person irrespective of caste, creed, religion, faith, sex, and age can recite this Sadhana for free, which should be repeated at least twice in a day. To know more, please click on this link.
4. CCPE products (CCPE उत्पाद)
These products work on the concepts of ‘Conceptual Creative Positive Energy’ (CCPE) within the provisions of the ‘CCPE Life System’ and the theory of Quantum Technology to a certain extent. However, the products get activated only whenever touched by a human and then they become capable of solving the problem and achieving health. However, please use these products for cardiovascular disease as mentioned below:
CCPE Extractor: The CCPE Extractor should be gently moved over the Agya Chakra in a circular motion at least for 30 to 60 seconds, thereafter, follow the same process on the heart for another 30 to 60 seconds, which finishes within almost 3 – 6 minutes.
CCPE Booster: Keep one Booster over the Agya Chakra and another over heart for 3 – 6 minutes. You may need to have 2 Boosters, which establishes positivity.
5. A daily routine (एक दैनिक दिनचर्या)
In general, a daily routine to manage cardiovascular disease may look like this:
- Carry out all medical checks as suggested above and follow the advice of your doctor
- Apply free Siddha energy remedies minimum 3 times a day, as explained above
- Bring some lifestyle changes
- Do walking and in your routine activity
- Perform exercises as explained
- Maintain a healthy body weight as it is necessary for the persons suffering from obesity
- Try to undergo advanced training of Swami Hardas Life System for fast recovery
- Perform Swayamsiddha Agnihotra, if feasible, daily
- Ensure, high blood pressure, high blood sugar, obesity etc are under control
Ensure to sprinkle in some fun during the day: Don’t forget to relax and laugh in between. Laughing is a great way to boost your immune system and help you.
Along with all the above activities, apply above explained free Siddha energy remedies minimum 3 times a day, the more is good. Just try the methods of Siddha Spirituality of Swami Hardas Life System. I am confident that you will surely find improvements within 15 days.
Training of Swami Hardas Life System (स्वामी हरदास लाइफ सिस्टम का प्रशिक्षण)
Any problem with regard to health, peace, and progress can be solved independently without money and medicines by undergoing training of Swami Hardas Life System. Any person irrespective of religion, caste, creed, faith, sex, and age can undergo this unique training.
In view of the above, I am confident that you have learned about cardiovascular disease, definition, symptoms, risk factors, causes, cardiovascular disease and diabetes, prevention, and treatments. You also learned free Siddha energy remedies. Now, you have become self-sufficient, hence its right time to use your acquired knowledge for solving problems as per the provision available in Siddha Spirituality of Swami Hardas Life System.
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