Common Risk Factors Leading to Heart Diseases
It is a universal fact that increase in blood cholesterol (LDL) level often leads to strokes, heart diseases, heart attacks leading to death. People living in industrialised world like US, and fast developing countries like ours, are more prone to fatal heart attacks or other equally serious diseases, related to heart or circulatory system. This is further compounded by reckless or unhealthy lifestyle of indulging in junk food, smoking and alcohol indulgance.
Junk Foods, Smoking and Alcohol
Nevertheless, though conscientious medical research has given us many effective allopathic drugs to combat this, physicians’ still advice people, to lead active lifestyle and minimize the chances of heart ailments as well as drug dependence. They preach regular exercises, eat fat free food and indulge more in greens, switch over to olive oil etc. You are also advised to avoid smoking and abstain from alcohol consumption.
Risk of Diabetes, Strokes and Heart attacks
Although statins and other known drugs being used to lower cholesterol levels have been proven to be very effective, there are also other ways available for people to lower their cholesterol levels without the use of such drugs. One of these is trying to lead a more active lifestyle. More physical activity and exercise, coupled with low cholesterol diet, helps in weight control, minimize risk of diabetes, strokes and heart attacks.
Along with all of this you also have an option of trying alternative medicines on verifying their efficacy to your comfortable satisfaction.
"Clear Heart Therapy"
One such safe product therapy based on ayurvedic principles now available as ‘Clear Heart Therapy*’. It’s a combination of Liquid + Capsules whose ingredients, like Apple cider vinegar, ginger, garlic, honey, Arjun Chal, Dalchini, Kutki, Pipli, Methi, Ashwagandha etc., known from times immemorial to possess properties such as strengthening heart muscles for pumping, cleansing liver and kidneys, monitor heart beats to name a few. Therefore, it would be worth your while to try ‘Clear Heart Therapy*’