As the blood (rakta dhatu) becomes deficient (anemic), the heart rate speeds up. The effect of a pounding heart is to activate the mind, creating anxiety and making a person jumpy, easily startled.
A heart deficiency leads to poor circulation, making a person pale, swollen, and wet (a common condition in the elderly). The limbs may be cold, a person will have a lack of zest and may be introverted. There may be shortness of breath on exertion.
The heart is easily disturbed by ama, which can cause palpitations. Pain in the heart area should always be checked by a doctor, as it may indicate cramping of the heart due to poor blood flow and an impending heart attack.
It is important to keep your heart strong with 20 minutes of cardiovascular activity daily. Strengthen the heart by keep the blood balanced and strong (including rasa and rakta dhatu). Find good stress management techniques to keep your heart relaxed when your mind is under pressure. The soul is close to heart, which where one develops of consciousness of about the meaning of one's life and others. The heart is the center of our identity. We point to the heart when we say, "Here I am." Felicity (deep abiding joy) is the best emotional medicine for the heart, encouraged by a habit of praising those around you and God, and marveling at God's creation.
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DISCLAIMER: The pathogenesis of each person's condition is unique, and so the diet must be fit to the individual and the unique root causes of the condition in your body. The information on this page is for educational purposes only and should not be used to treat a medical condition. It is not a substitute for medical care. Please check with your doctor before making any changes to your health and wellness routine.
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WHY IS AYURVEDA THE RIGHT SOLUTION?Ayurveda strengthens the body, in addition to addressing the disorder. It take a holistic, systemic approach, instead of myopically focusing on the disorder in question. Ayurveda shows a person how to interpret signs and symptoms of imbalance, and how to address them using materials from home, so they can optimize their health on a continual basis. You can't take the doctor home with you, but you can take Ayurveda home with you. Ayurveda is the most advanced and easy to use home system for self healing with an exceptional focus on digestion.
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