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Our heart is a hollow cone shaped muscle which is located between our lungs and behind the sternum. The Heart acts as a pump in our circulatory system to provide the continuous circulation of our blood through the whole body. This circulation involves both pulmonary circulation as well as systemic circulation. A Systemic circulation involves circulation to and from the body while pulmonary circulation is the circulation of the blood to and from the lungs.

Common Heart problems

Coronary artery disease, heart attack, congestive heart failure are some of the common types of heart problems.

1. Coronary heart disease

It is often mistaken for indigestion or heartburn. Angina is the most common symptom of this disease. Angina or chest pain is the painful feeling in the chest and it may also be felt in our shoulders, neck, throat, arms, jaw and back.

2. Heart attack

Symptoms of heart attack typically last for at least 30 minutes or longer. Some people may have a heart attack without having any symptoms and this heart attack is known as silent myocardial infarction. It occurs more often in person suffering from diabetes.

3. Congested heart failure

Congestive heart failure occurs when our ventricles cannot pump enough blood that is required for normal functioning of the heart. The fluid builds up in the legs, ankles, feet, arms, lungs and other organs and our body become congested and hence the term congested heart failure is used.

Ayurveda and heart problems

In Ayurveda, heart diseases are collectively known as "Hridaya roga". Heart diseases are of three types according to Ayurveda, depending upon the doshic cause of the body.

1. Vataka Hridaya roga

This type of Hridaya roga is caused by the vitiation of Vata dosha. It is characterized by acute pains that are not localized at a particular point.

2. Paittika Hridaya roga

This type of Hridaya roga is caused by the vitiation of Pitta dosha. It is characterized by a burning sensation in the chest.

3. Kaphaja hridaya roga

This type of Hridaya roga is caused by the vitiation of Kapha dosha. It is characterized by mild pain in the chest accompanied by coughing.

Is there any Ayurvedic treatment for heart problems?

The treatment of heart disease depends on the type and cause of that particular problem. In general, there are so many factors that help to maintain a healthy body. Healthy balanced diet provides essential nutrients to our body which is required for a healthy body. Regular exercise helps to maintain healthy muscles which in turn help to stay fit. Healthy lifestyle is necessary to maintain our body free from disease. Avoid smoking and alcohol consumption to maintain a healthy heart.

Planet Ayurveda's natural supplements for Healthy heart

Healthy diet is the main requirement to maintain a healthy body. Natural supplements support healthy diet and are not meant for curing any disease. Planet Ayurveda provides following natural supplements that help to maintain a healthy heart. All these supplements of Planet Ayurveda are 100 percent pure, natural and vegetarian. These are free from chemicals, additives and preservatives. These are safe to use as these are free from side effects.

1. Arjun tea

The Arjun tea of Planet Ayurveda contains pure Arjuna (Terminalia arjuna) in it.

Pack size: Each pack contains 125 g of tea in it.

Dosage: 1 cup two times a day.

2. Total heart support

The total heart support capsule of Planet Ayurveda contains the extracts of four ingredients in it. These ingredients include Arjuna (Terminalia arjuna), Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera), Brahmi (Bacopa monnieri) and Shankhpushpi (Convolvulus pluricaulis).

Pack size: Each bottle contains 60 capsules in it.

Dosage: 2 capsules two times a day, with plain water, after meals.

3. Arjuna Capsules

The Arjuna capsules of Planet Ayurveda also contain the pure extracts of arjuna (Terminalia arjuna) in it.

Pack size: Each bottle contains 60 capsules in it.

Dosage: 2 capsules two times a day, with plain water, after meals.

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Terminalia arjuna, commonly known as arjuna, is about 25m tall plant which has usually buttressed trunk. This trunk forms a wide canopy at the crown and the branches drop downwards from here. Leaves are green in color and conical in shape. Flowers are of yellow color and appear between March and June. This plant is usually found on river banks in West Bengal and South and Central India. The bark of arjuna contains arjunic acid, tannic acid, saponins, tannins, gallic acid and flavonoids. It also contains phytosterols. Arjuna is not only good for healthy heart, but for the overall health of the body.

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