Human Heart – Diagram and Anatomy of the Heart innerbody.com
The heart is a muscular organ about the size of a closed fist that functions as the body’s circulatory pump. It takes in deoxygenated blood through the veins and delivers it to the lungs for oxygenation before pumping it into the various arteries (which provide oxygen and nutrients to body tissues by transporting the blood throughout the body). The heart is located in the thoracic cavity medial to the lungs and posterior to the sternum.
On its superior end, the base of the heart is attached to the aorta,……
How the Heart Works
How the Heart Works
The heart is made up of chambers, muscles, and valves
“Your heart has four chambers (these are like rooms). Each chamber has a valve that opens and closes like a gate to make sure that blood can only travel in one direction, like a one-way traffic system…”
Blood is pumped through the heart in a specific direction
“…Blood flows from the body into the right side of the heart, then out to the lungs, before re-entering the heart on the left side and being pumped back out to the rest of the body.
The atria are like the ‘entrance rooms’ of the heart. Blood lacking in oxygen first enters the heart through the right atrium (via the vena cava)
Blood flows from the right atrium into the right ventricle
The right ventricle pumps blood to the lungs (via the pulmonary artery) where it collects oxygen
Oxygen-rich blood from the lungs flows back to the heart (via the pulmonary vein) and arrives in the left atrium
This blood flows from the left atrium into the left ventricle, where it is pumped out to the rest of the body (via the aorta).
Inferior vena cava healthline.com
“… is also referred to as the posterior vena cava. The inferior vena cava is a large vein that carries de-oxygenated blood from the lower body to the heart. De-oxygenated blood means most of the oxygen has been removed by tissues, and therefore the blood is darker. This blood comes from the legs and the lower torso of the body. The inferior vena cava empties into the right atrium of the heart. ..”
CircsystemsUNSIG09R3b – (d) The heart wikispaces.com (diagram)
The heart is the organ that supplies blood and oxygen to all parts of the body,the heart is found in almost all animals. It is about the size of a clenched fist, weighs about 10.5 ounces and is shaped like a cone. The heart is located in the chest cavity just posterior to the breastbone, between the lungs and superior to the diaphragm. The heart is also the strongest muscle in your body, five and six thousands quarts of blood are pumped each day in your body…”
Human Heart byjus.com
“..Layers of the Heart
It consists of three layers namely:
Myocardium– The myocardium includes heart muscle cells that make up the bulk of heart wall and the middle layer.
Epicardium – The outer layer of cells is known as epicardium and the second layer which is membranous surrounds and protects the heart.
Endocardium -The endocardium lines the inner wall of the heart.
Diagram of the Human Circulatory System (Infographic)
By Ross Toro, Infographics Artist | March 1, 2013 04:25pm ET livescience.com
“..The circulatory system consists of three independent systems that work together: the heart (cardiovascular), lungs (pulmonary), and arteries, veins, coronary and portal vessels (systemic). The system is responsible for the flow of blood, nutrients, oxygen and other gases, and as well as hormones to and from cells…”
Picture of the Arteries webmd.com
“..The arteries are the blood vessels that deliver oxygen-rich blood from the heart to the tissues of the body. Each artery is a muscular tube lined by smooth tissue and has three layers:
The intima, the inner layer lined by a smooth tissue called endothelium
The media, a layer of muscle that lets arteries handle the high pressures from the heart
The adventitia, connective tissue anchoring arteries to nearby tissues
The largest artery is the aorta, the main high-pressure pipeline connected to the heart’s left ventricle. The aorta branches into a network of smaller arteries that extend throughout the body. The arteries’ smaller branches are called arterioles and capillaries. The pulmonary arteries carry oxygen-poor blood from the heart to the lungs under low pressure, making these arteries unique…”
Blood Vessels – Vascular System – IvyRose Holistic ivyroses.com
The following diagram summarises the sequence of blood flow through the heart, arteries, arterioles, capillaries, venules, veins, then back to the heart:..”
Diagram / Pictures: Cardiovascular system (Anatomy) | Kenhub kenhub.com
“..Main organs, arteries and veins of the cardiovascular system…”
This diagrams shows the major arteries in the human body. | School … pinterest.com
“See More. This diagram shows the major veins in the human body. The Human BodyThe …. O’jaysPhlebotomy. Structures of the Circulatory System – Artery …”
The Cardiovascular System (Blood Vessels) highlands.edu
Arteries, Veins, and Capillaries – Boundless .boundless.com
Circulatory System Diagram smartdraw.com
“..Systemic Circulation: After receiving oxygenated blood from the lungs the arteries of the systemic circulation system take the oxygenated blood from the heart to the rest of the body. The veins of the systemic circulation system take the then deoxygenated blood from the body back to the heart…”
*diagram of major veins
Increase Blood Circulation
Poor Blood Circulation, Cold Legs and Hands Here is What You Can do
How to Improve Blood Circulation Naturally – YouTube
The 14 Best Foods to Increase Blood Flow and Circulation
“..Although circulatory issues are often treated with medications, eating certain foods can also improve blood flow.
Here are the 14 best foods to optimize blood flow…”
3 Best Exercises For Increasing Blood Flow & Circulation … – YouTube
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Heart Disease (Cardiovascular Disease, CVD) Medical Author: Benjamin Wedro, MD, FACEP, FAAEM Medical Editor: Charles Patrick Davis, MD, PhD medicinenet.com
Types of Cardiovascular disease – YouTube
“..Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is a general term that describes a disease of the heart or blood vessels. There are four main types of CVD. They are: 1.coronary heart disease 2.stroke 3.peripheral arterial disease 4.aortic disease Coronary heart disease: Coronary heart disease (CHD) occurs when the flow of oxygen-rich blood to your heart is blocked . Stroke: A stroke is a serious medical condition that occurs when the blood supply to part of the brain is cut off. The main symptoms of stroke can be remembered with the word FAST. Peripheral arterial disease: Peripheral arterial disease, also known as peripheral vascular disease, occurs when there’s a blockage in the arteries to your limbs (usually your legs). Aortic disease: The aorta is the largest blood vessel in the body…”
Cardiovascular Disease Overview
Atherosclerosis: Causes, symptoms, and treatments Last updated Mon 3 July 2017 By Joseph Nordqvist Reviewed by Daniel Murrell, MD medicalnewstoday.com
“… is a condition where the arteries become narrowed and hardened due to a build up of plaque around the artery wall…”
Coronary Artery Disease – Coronary Heart Disease .heart.org
“…Coronary heart disease is a common term for the buildup of plaque in the heart’s arteries that could lead to heart attack. But what about coronary artery disease? Is there a difference?
The short answer is often no — health professionals frequently use the terms interchangeably.
However, coronary heart disease , or CHD, is actually a result of coronary artery disease, or CAD, said Edward A. Fisher, M.D., Ph.D., M.P.H., an American Heart Association volunteer who is the Leon H. Charney Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine and also of the Marc and Ruti Bell Vascular Biology and Disease Program at the NYU School of Medicine…”
Heart Attack Myocardial Infarction
Authored by Dr Colin Tidy, 24 Sep 2017 patient.info
“..A heart attack (myocardial infarction) is usually caused by a blood clot, which stops the blood flowing to a part of your heart muscle. You should call for an ambulance immediately if you develop severe chest pain…”
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Heart failure and high blood pressure bloodpressureuk.org
If you have high blood pressure, this means that your heart has to work harder to push blood round your body. To cope with this extra effort, your heart becomes thicker and stiffer, which makes it less able to do its job.
If your heart is not able to pump as well as it should, this is called heart failure. Heart failure can cause extra fluid to build up in the body, and can also cause an irregular heartbeat. It does not mean that your heart is about to stop working, but it is a serious condition…”
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Angina pectoris: Chest pain caused by myocardial ischemia uptodate.com/
“..Myocardial ischemia is one of the more common causes of chest pain (also termed “chest discomfort”) in adults. Angina pectoris, or angina for short, is the term used when chest discomfort is thought to be attributable to myocardial ischemia. In patients with myocardial ischemia, chest discomfort is often but not always present, although other associated symptoms with ischemia may be present (such as exertional shortness of breath, nausea, diaphoresis, fatigue). This has been termed “silent ischemia ” or “anginal equivalent,” although it may be more accurately termed “discomfortless or painless ischemia…”
What is angina of the heart What are the symptoms of angina pectoris …
This is the first aid measures for angina pectoris? – YouTube
First Aid in Heart Attack – YouTube
HEART ATTACK PRIMARY TREATMENT.wmv – YouTube
Shock: MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia medlineplus.gov
“..Shock is a life-threatening condition that occurs when the body is not getting enough blood flow. Lack of blood flow means that the cells and organs do not get enough oxygen and nutrients to function properly. Many organs can be damaged as a result. Shock requires immediate treatment and can get worse very rapidly. As many 1 in 5 people who suffer shock will die from it.
The main types of shock include:
Cardiogenic shock (due to heart problems)
Hypovolemic shock (caused by too little blood volume)
Anaphylactic shock (caused by allergic reaction)
Septic shock (due to infections)
Neurogenic shock (caused by damage to the nervous system) ..”
Shock Explained Clearly – Cardiogenic, Hypovolemic, and Septic
Septic shock: How to avoid this medical emergency Last reviewed Tue 5 July 2016 medicalnewstoday.com
“..is a serious and potentially fatal condition. It occurs when an overwhelming infection leads to life-threatening low blood pressure.
When blood pressure is low, people do not get blood flow to their vital organs. This causes significant injury and eventually organ failure.
Septic shock is most common in people who are already affected by illnesses that weaken the immune system. Septic shock can be caused by an infection in any part of the body that is left untreated.
The infection will first cause a response from the body known as sepsis. ..”
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What Causes Shock? healthline.com
Bleeding, or hemorrhage, is the name used to describe blood loss. It can refer to blood loss inside the body, called internal bleeding. Or it can refer to blood loss…
Anaphylaxis can occur when you have a severe reaction to certain allergens. Learn what the symptoms are and what to do if this happens.
Dehydration takes place when your body loses more fluid than you drink. The most common cause of water loss from the body is excessive sweating.
During a heart attack, the blood supply that normally nourishes the heart with oxygen is cut off and the heart muscle begins to die. Learn more…”
Shock Types of shock – YouTube
Obstructive Shock – YouTube
Distributive Shock in the Emergency Department: Sepsis, Anaphylaxis, or Capillary Leak Syndrome? ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
Distributive shock is a hyperdynamic process resulting from excessive vasodilatation. Impaired blood flow causes inadequate tissue perfusion, which can lead to end-organ damage. Although the most common etiology is septic shock, anaphylactic and other etiologies should be considered…”
What is DISTRIBUTIVE SHOCK? What does DISTRIBUTIVE SHOCK …
Anaphylactic Shock of Bee Stings – YouTube
Hypoperfusion – YouTube
Medical Shock – The Correct Treatment – YouTube
Neurogenic shock | Circulatory System and Disease … – YouTube
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=> CLOGGED ARTERIES
Top Home Remedies for Clogged Arteries | Causes … – YouTube
Eat: Pomegranate, garlic, ginger, lemon juice, etc..
WHICH FOODS CLOG THE ARTERIES?
Avoid: meat, dairy products: milk, cheese, butter, etc..
Foods That Cause Plaque Buildup in the Arteries healthguides.healthgrades.com
“… Certain foods can cause the body to make too much of a waxy substance called cholesterol. Cholesterol can combine with fat, calcium, and other substances in the blood to form plaque. Plaque then slowly builds up and hardens in the arteries, causing them to narrow. This buildup of plaque, a condition called atherosclerosis, can lead to heart disease, heart attack, and stroke. ..”
9 Best Foods to Eat to Avoid Clogged Arteries – YouTube
“..In today’s society, you cannot walk through a grocery store without seeing “light” foods advertised. You may think, well it says that it is light, so it must be good for me, right? Think again. Consuming these products can lead to certain ailments, such as obesity, cardiovascular disease, and hormone imbalances. ..”
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How to help prevent abdominal aortic aneurysms – YouTube
Reverse Calcification of Heart Valves and Arteries
Dr Lonnie Herman
Published on Aug 29, 2014
You can reverse the calcification on heart valves, in arteries and in any other tissues like which may be found in breast tissue also. Call 954-370-3100 for your consultation with Dr. Herman.
-Congestive Heart Failure
The cure for congestive heart failure. – YouTube
Congestive Heart Failure (CHF) drweil.com
“..What are the causes of congestive heart failure?
CHF can stem from any condition that leads to a change in the heart’s pumping power including damage to the heart muscle as a result of a heart attack, or thickening and hardening of the heart muscle as a result of longstanding high blood pressure, diabetes, or improperly functioning heart valves. ..
What is the conventional treatment for congestive heart failure?
…This means controlling blood pressure via lifestyle measures such as diet and exercise, or with medication if diet and exercise don’t help. Drugs may be prescribed to slow the progression of the disease by improving the heart’s ability to pump blood, decreasing stress on the heart and preventing fluid retention (which can lead to pulmonary edema, a condition in which fluid retention in the lungs has become so severe that emergency intervention is required). These medications may include ACE-inhibitors, beta blockers, digoxin, diuretics and, if needed, anticoagulants to thin the blood. Individuals with heart failure should avoid taking non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, most antiarrhythmic agents unless absolutely necessary (often used to help correct abnormalities in the rhythm and rate of the heartbeat), most calcium antagonists, decongestants (they make the heart work harder) and antacids containing sodium, which can cause fluid retention…”
How To Get Rid of Congestive Heart Failure – YouTube
Dr. Joel Wallach on Congestive Heart Failure https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b0DtMtqO3Fk’
-Mitral Valve Prolapse
How to Fix a Mitral Valve Prolapse – YouTube
Lack of Blood Flow to Brain
1. Loss of Consciousness: Syncope (Fainting)
Fainting (Syncope): Get the Facts on Causes – YouTube
How to Deal With Fainting Spells – YouTube
First aid – Fainting – YouTube
What Is The First Aid For Fainting? – YouTube
Loss of Consciousness – Simply Finals 2016
Types of Stroke – American Stroke Association strokeassociation.org
Ischemic stroke occurs as a result of an obstruction within a blood vessel supplying blood to the brain. It accounts for 87 percent of all stroke cases.
Hemorrhagic stroke occurs when a weakened blood vessel ruptures. Two types of weakened blood vessels usually cause hemorrhagic stroke: aneurysms and arteriovenous malformations(AVMs). But the most common cause of hemorrhagic stroke is uncontrolled hypertension (high blood pressure).
TIA (Transient Ischemic Attack)
tia (transient ischemic attack)
TIA (transient ischemic attack) is caused by a temporary clot. Often called a “mini stroke”, these warning strokes should be taken very seriously…”
Types of Stroke – YouTube
How to Treat Someone Having a Stroke | First Aid Training – YouTube
First Aid – Stroke Training – YouTube
=>Well Known Deaths
Stroke Rate Rising Among Younger Adults (Video) Written By John Fernandez Published February 27, 2019 baptisthealth.net
“..The new data is worrisome to the medical community and physician peer groups, which have strongly promoted the treatment and prevention of stroke’s underlying risk factors, such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol and diabetes.
Unfortunately, many younger adults don’t seem to be heeding the warnings associated with strokes, which represent the 5th leading cause of death in the United States…
An ischemic stroke, the most common type, occurs as a result of an obstruction within a blood vessel supplying blood to the brain. It accounts for nearly 90 percent of all stroke cases and can potentially be treated with tPA, the clot-busting drug, if treated promptly. Far fewer strokes are hemorrhagic, caused when a weakened blood vessel ruptures. Delays in treating strokes can lead to death or severe debilitation.
“There are reports that people 35 to 55 are having more strokes and it’s unclear exactly why that is,” says Felipe De Los Rios, M.D., Medical Director, Stroke Program at Baptist Health Neuroscience Center. “But what we do know is that diseases we normally see in older people are happening at younger ages. We see more obesity, diabetes and high blood pressure.”
Studies have confirmed that lifestyle habits of adults in their 20s, 30s and 40s, including smoking, poor nutrition and alcohol consumption, will have a major impact on their health when they reach their 60s and beyond, says Dr. Rios…”
Luke Perry Dead at 52 Never Recovered from ‘Massive’ Stroke
3/4/2019 3:11 PM PST tmz.com
Luke Perry Has Passed Away By Brandon Katz • 03/04/19 12:53pm observer.com
“..Representatives for the actor told TMZ that doctors had sedated Perry in order to allow his brain time to recover from the trauma. At the time, Us Weekly reported that he was “under observation at the hospital.” He was reportedly responsive when EMTs arrive at his home, but his condition quickly worsened…”
Was Luke Perry too young to have a fatal stroke? Not really Ken Alltucker, USA TODAY Published 5:21 p.m. ET March 4, 2019 | Updated 8:03 p.m. ET March 4, 2019 usatoday.com
“..Doctors not involved in the “Beverly Hills, 90210” star’s care said that middle-age adults such as Perry can face grave risk from brain swelling after a massive stroke.
“The immediate time after stroke is the most deadly for someone who is young,” said Salman Azhar, director of stroke at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City. That’s because their brains have not yet shrunk, as they do in older adults.
“There is often times no space in the brain for the swelling to happen. That in and of itself can make these strokes more fatal in the young.”..”
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Heart Rate Response to Exercise – YouTube
Physiological responses to exercise
Cardiac output medicinenet.com
‘..: The amount of blood the heart pumps through the circulatory system in a minute. The amount of blood put out by the left ventricle of the heart in one contraction is called the stroke volume. The stroke volume and the heart rate determine the cardiac output. A normal adult has a cardiac output of 4.7 liters (5 quarts) of blood per minute…”
homeostasis [ho″me-o-sta´sis] medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com
“…the tendency of biological systems to maintain relatively constant conditions in the internal environment while continuously interacting with and adjusting to changes originating within or outside the system. See also balance and equilibrium. adj., adj homeostat´ic. The term is considered by some to be misleading in that the word element-stasis implies a static or fixed and unmoving state, whereas homeostasis actually involves continuous motion, adaptation, and change in response to environmental factors.
It is through homeostatic mechanisms that body temperature is kept within normal range, the osmotic pressure of the blood and its hydrogen ion concentration (pH) is kept within strict limits, nutrients are supplied to cells as needed, and waste products are removed before they accumulate and reach toxic levels of concentration. These are but a few examples of the thousands of homeostatic control systems within the body. Some of these systems operate within the cell and others operate within an aggregate of cells (organs) to control the complex interrelationships among the various organs…”
8) Oxygen 2 Cardiovascular Responses to Exercise
Sweat is a release of the increase in heat in body
What Is Acute Myocardial Infarction? healthline.com
“..is the medical name for a heart attack. A heart attack is a life-threatening condition that occurs when blood flow to the heart is abruptly cut off, causing tissue damage. This is usually the result of a blockage in one or more of the coronary arteries. A blockage can develop due to a buildup of plaque, a substance mostly made of fat, cholesterol, and cellular waste products…”
Effect of exercise training and myocardial infarction on force development and contractile kinetics in isolated canine myocardium ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
“..moderate exercise training elicits a small increase in ventricular mass (i.e., a physiological hypertrophy) that has many beneficial effects on overall cardiac health. It is also well known that, when a myocardial infarction damages part of the heart, the remaining myocardium remodels to compensate for the loss of viable functioning myocardium. The effects of exercise training, myocardial infarction (MI), and their interaction on the contractile performance of the myocardium itself remain largely to be determined. The present study investigated the contractile properties and kinetics of right ventricular myocardium isolated from sedentary and exercise trained (10-12 wk progressively increasing treadmill running, begun 4 wk after MI induction) dogs with and without a left ventricular myocardial infarction. Exercise training increased force development, whereas MI decreased force development that was not improved by exercise training. Contractile kinetics were significantly slower in the trained dogs, whereas this impact of training was less or no longer present after MI. Length-dependent activation, both evaluated on contractile force and kinetics, was similar in all four groups. The control exercise-trained group exhibited a more positive force-frequency relationship compared with the sedentary control group while both sedentary and trained post-MI dogs had a more negative relationship. Last, the impact of the β-adrenergic receptor agonist isoproterenol resulted in a similar increase in force and acceleration of contractile kinetics in all groups. Thus, exercise training increased developed force but slowed contractile kinetics in control (noninfarcted animals), actions that were attenuated or completely absent in post-MI dogs…”
“…: Widening of blood vessels that results from relaxation of the muscular walls of the vessels. What widens in vasodilation is actually
the diameter of the interior (lumen) of the vessel. The opposite of vasodilation is vasoconstriction..”+-
Exercise and the Cardiovascular System – YouTube
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CARDIOVASCULAR DRUGS; ANTI HYPERTENSIVE DRUGS by Professor Fink
Exercise perspective on common cardiac medications sciencedirect.com
Exercise training has been recognized to prevent and ameliorate cardiovascular disease. Although exercise can reduce cardiovascular disease, it is also suggested that it can be instrumental in preventing chronic disease such as hypertension, dyslipidemia, and diabetes mellitus. A recent study by Mann and Rosenzweig1 wonderfully highlighted the beneficial effects of exercise including cardiac effects and systemic factors on skeletal muscle, metabolism, and vascular dysfunction (Fig. 1)…
Exercise is beneficial for the heart in a number of ways, although the exact process as to how exercise intervenes in the cardiovascular system is unknown. As advised, walking by stairs is more beneficial than taking the elevator. This review will focus on current heart medication categories commonly used to treat diseases. Particular exercise pathways similar or different from medications work of action will also be discussed…”
Cardiovascular Medications – YouTube
Can an Aortic Aneurysm be healed naturally? – YouTube
A guide to abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) screening for … – YouTube
Ascending Aortic Aneurysm Surgery: When To Have Surgery
Overcoming Aortic Aneurysm – Jason’s Story of Hope
Leading the way in treatments for Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms (AAA)
Published on Feb 1, 2015
Dangerous and often undetected, aortic aneurysms are more common than you might expect.
“About 4-8% of the male population greater than 60 years of age are walking around with this,” says Dr. Russell Becker, who is a vascular surgeon with Lee Memorial Health System.
An aneurysm is an out-pouching or bulging of the wall of a blood vessel. Like a balloon being blown up, the tissue thins and may burst. An aortic aneurysm occurs in the main vessel that leads to heart, located between the sternum and belly button.
Abdominal & Thoracic Aortic Aneurysm Treatment: Open Surgery | Q&A
Non-surgical alternative to treating aortic stenosis
Coronary Calcium Score – No Doctor’s Order? healio.com
“.. Note that a coronary calcium score IS NOT a test to see if a patient’s symptoms are heart-related. To evaluate chest pain or other potential anginal symptoms, stress testing is the preferred method. A person’s calcium score could be quite high without any obstructive coronary stenosis (and vise versa). It is important to keep this test as a risk assessment only. Patients may have a different perception if not well educated and might have the scan done to see if their “heartburn” is really from their heart. This is quite inappropriate and potentially dangerous. Look at this image below showing a CT of a coronary vessel with extensive calcification, then look at the correlating invasive coronary angiogram showing absolutely no flow-limiting stenosis:..
So, to get a coronary calcium score or not? Is it worth the 0.9 mSv to 2.4 mSv of radiation exposure? If you are a middle-aged person with no previous heart disease diagnosis or risk equivalent (diabetes or peripheral arterial disease), no potential anginal symptoms, and some risk factors for heart disease such as hypertension, tobacco use, dyslipidemia or a family history of ischemic heart disease, then this test is for you … as long as you understand and accept the risk of radiation exposure, which is low but present. Perhaps every 3 years the test can be repeated to assess for any change, however no more frequently than that. It is probably one of the best ways the appropriate person could spend $99, in my opinion!”
How I Reversed My Coronary Calcium Score by 59% in 16 months
» Best Diet For Removing Calcium Deposits & Plaque Buildup From Your Blocked Arteries
How to Clean Arteries and Veins Naturally with these 14 … – YouTube
“..n order to prevent this, here are foods you need to eat to help clean out your arteries and veins.
Garlic It smooth muscle relaxant Adenosine properties to • Get rid of the free radicals in your body, • reduce bad cholesterol levels, • increasing good cholesterol & • promote blood flow.
Oatmeal It contain soluble fiber to • boost energy & good digestion, • reduce cholesterol’s ability to stick to artery walls, • Prevent growth of arteriosclerosis & other heart problems.
Apples contain a substance called • Pectin, is a fiber that helps to low the bad cholesterol. • Flavonoids, which can reduce risk of heart problems by up to 50%. Fish • salmon • mackerel • tuna • trout • herring • sardines Fatty fish is rich in omega-3 fatty acids, is a good fats for our body needs to operate properly & unblock arteries.
The key components of turmeric is curcumin, • can prevent the artery damage that is usually associated with blockage. Spinach Spinach is rich in vitamins A and C to help • prevent cholesterol oxidation & • prevent problems such as arteriosclerosis. Nuts • hazelnuts • almonds • pecans • peanuts
The great agents are best from mono-saturated fat content & omega 3 fatty acids in nuts, that promote healthy arterial function by • prevent artery blockage & • stimulating a cleaning process in veins. Olive oil Extra virgin olive oil is a mono-saturated fat which is less likely to oxidize thus help • prevents cholesterol from sticking to your artery walls & • prevent heart disease.
opene, an anti-oxidant to • prevents bad cholesterol from sticking to artery walls & • daily consume can significantly reduces the risk of plaques build-up inside arteries Pomegranate juice Scientifically proven that pomegranate juice has higher levels of anti-oxidants than other juices blackberry, blueberry & orange juices. • Study proven it work great in treating damaged arteries & arteriosclerosis.
Broccoli It contains vitamin K best for • bone formation & • protects the arteries from damage. • Its rich fibre can lower cholesterol & high blood pressure. Whole grain • Barley • Jowar • Bajra • ragi • ruttu Include whole grains in your diet to • reduce cholesterol & • fibres to push out the blockages. Tea (Chai) Chai, or its tea as black tea contains antioxidant called catechins • to protect your artery wall. • also prevents blood clots. Watermelon Amino acid & nitric oxide which helps • Open up blood vessels to improve blood flow • & reduce high blood pressure”
Tomatoes It’s a great source of lyc.
Top Natural Remedies for Coronary Heart Disease
“..Foods That Heal Heart Disease
Instead of focusing on foods that reduce fat and cholesterol, we would be much better off making the goal to reduce inflammation. Heart disease is really caused by the inflammation of arteries, and yet modern medicine focuses on treating symptoms, not addressing the root cause of the issue….
Begin incorporating one new anti-inflammatory food to your diet each day. Don’t be afraid to try new things and keep it interesting!
Foods that help reduce inflammation and, therefore, the risk of CHD include:
Fiber-rich and antioxidant-rich foods of all kinds
Vegetables (all kinds, including beets, carrots, cruciferous vegetables like Brussels sprouts, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower and kale, dark leafy greens, artichokes, onions, peas, salad greens, mushrooms, sea vegetables and squashes)
Fruits (all kinds, especially berries and citrus)
Herbs and spices, especially turmeric (curcumin) and raw garlic (also basil, chili peppers, cinnamon, curry powder, ginger, rosemary and thyme)
Traditional teas like green tea, oolong or white tea
Legumes and beans
Healthy fats found in nuts, seeds, avocados, wild-caught fish, coconut oil and extra virgin olive oil
Raw, unpasteurized dairy products, cage-free eggs and pasture-raised poultry
Red wine in moderation
Omega-3’s Taken at this Time of the Day Reduces Heart Attacks & Stroke – Dr. Alan Mandell D.C.
*fish oil or Omega 3 at night (greatest chance of heart attack is 6:30am )
Women Urged To Get Heart Checkup – YouTube
Top 10 Foods That Unclog Your Arteries Naturally – YouTube
Best Foods For Blocked Arteries – YouTube
Top 10 Artery Cleansing Foods [Clinically Proven] – YouTube
How to Remove Plaque from arteries
avoid dairy products (e.g. it carries excess protein that remains in your arteries)
The Roto-Rooter to Clogged Arteries – The Miracle Fatty Acid & Herb (Dr. Alan Mandell, D.C.)
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Eat These 10 Foods to Cleanse Your Arteries
“..So what can you do to keep your arteries healthy and free of blockage? Food can be used as a natural remedy to regress blockage and prevent further damage to your arteries. Here are 10 of the best foods you can eat to free your arteries of build-up.
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