Heart disease is a broad term used to describe a range of diseases that affect your heart. The various diseases that fall under the umbrella of heart disease include diseases of your blood vessels, such as coronary artery disease; heart rhythm problems (arrhythmias); heart infections; and heart defects you're born with (congenital heart defects).

The term "heart disease" is often used interchangeably with "cardiovascular disease." Cardiovascular disease generally refers to conditions that involve narrowed or blocked blood vessels that can lead to a heart attack, chest pain (angina) or stroke. Other heart conditions, such as infections and conditions that affect your heart's muscle, valves or beating rhythm, also are considered forms of heart disease.

Many forms of heart disease can be prevented or treated with healthy lifestyle choices.

Causes, Incidence, and Risk Factors

Coronary heart disease (CHD) is the leading cause of death in the United States for men and women.

Coronary heart disease is caused by the buildup of plaque in the arteries to your heart. This may also be called hardening of the arteries.

  • Fatty material and other substances form a plaque build-up on the walls of your coronary arteries. The coronary arteries bring blood and oxygen to your heart.
  • This buildup causes the arteries to get narrow.
  • As a result, blood flow to the heart can slow down or stop

A risk factor for heart disease is something that increases your chance of getting it. You cannot change some risk factors for heart disease, but others you can change.

The risk factors for heart disease that you CANNOT change are:
  • Your age: The risk of heart disease increases with age.
  • Your genes: If your parents or other close relatives had heart disease, you are at higher risk.
  • Your gender: Men have a higher risk of getting heart disease than women who are still getting their menstrual period. After menopause, the risk for women is closer to the risk for men. See: Heart disease and women

Many things increase your risk for heart disease:

  • Diabetes is a strong risk factor for heart disease.
  • High blood pressure increases your risks of heart disease and heart failure.
  • Smokers have a much higher risk of heart disease.
  • Chronic kidney disease can increase your risk.
  • Substance abuse (such as cocaine)
  • Not getting enough exercise and feeling depressed or having excess stress are other risk factors.
  • Extra cholesterol in your blood builds up inside the walls of your heart's arteries (blood vessels).
  • Not getting enough exercise and feeling depressed or having excess stress are other risk factors.
  • People with narrowed arteries in another part of the body (examples are stroke and poor blood flow to the legs) are more likely to have heart disease.


Symptoms may be very noticeable, but sometimes you can have the disease and not have any symptoms.

Chest pain or discomfort (angina) is the most common symptom. You feel this pain when the heart is not getting enough blood or oxygen. How bad the pain is varies from person to person.

  • It may feel heavy or like someone is squeezing your heart. You feel it under your breast bone (sternum), but also in your neck, arms, stomach, or upper back.
  • The pain usually occurs with activity or emotion, and goes away with rest or a medicine called nitroglycerin.
  • Other symptoms include shortness of breath and fatigue with activity (exertion).

The outer part of the synovium is called the capsule. This is tough, gives the joint stability, and stops the bones from moving out of joint. Surrounding ligaments and muscles also help to give support and stability to joints.

Doctor’s Natural and Effective Recommendation

In this case srotorodh is there, Blockage is mainly of Apana vayu. It rises in the body and blocks the other 4 vayus due to which there normal functions are disturbed.

It is due to cigarette smoking, uncontrolled hypertension, hyperlipidemia and diabetes. Family history may be reason.

Dhanwantharam gulika excellent and widely used Ayurvedic medicine for the heart diseases, highly effective in discomforts like breathlessness, severe cough, hiccups, giddiness, nausea

Doses Buy Now

  • Varanadi Kashayam 20 ml with warm water in morning and evening before food
  • Dhanwantharam Gulika 1 in morning and evening with Kashayam before food
  • If swelling in legs is there,
  • Sukumaram Kashayam: 20ml with 40ml warm water,before breakfast and dinner.


  • Daily exercise and do yoga
  • Avoid sedentary life
  • Avoid chicken, pork, beef, butter and spicy food
  • Garlic, amla, ginger and onion are good

Duration    Consult Now

  • The above products are to be taken as per doctor consultation
  • General recommendation is for 5 to 6 week i.e.
  • Varanadi Kashayam 7 Bottles
  • Dhanwantharam Gulika 1 packs
  • Has no side effects
  • Gives happy, healthy disease free long life
  • They are non-toxic and non-invasive
  • Remove the root of diseases not just symptoms
  • Good for physical and mental health as well.
  • Relaxes mind and makes you Tension Free
  • Enhances immunity that resists diseases


  • It is highly recommended you consult an ayurvedic physician for the ailment before purchasing the product.
  • The treatment is only a suggestion in general cases.
  • Dosage and promotion may vary fron case to case basis 

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