Bad diet to take a toll on heart health

28 September 2020 | News

Ayurvedic herbs are also known to be effective in keeping the heart healthy Image credit- shutterstock.com Image credit- shutterstock.com

Stress, bad diet, and emotional turmoil can take a toll on the heart. Over a period, it becomes weak and coupled with incorrect lifestyle choices such as smoking, drinking alcohol or eating junk food, the high risk of developing heart diseases goes up. Adopting an Ayurvedic lifestyle and adding Ayurvedic herbs in your daily routine can help.   

“Practice yoga and pranayama to reduce stress levels. A gentle head massage or full body massage with oil relieves tension and reduces the load on your heart. Switch off highly charged TV broadcasts if it is causing you stress. Spend time cultivating what actually makes you happy, healthy and gives you peace,” advised Dr Partap Chauhan, Director, Jiva Ayurveda. 

Ayurvedic herbs are also known to be effective in keeping the heart healthy.

On World Heart Day 2020, celebrated on 29th September, here are a couple of herbal recipes that doctors at Jiva commonly recommend for a healthy heart.  

Arjun ki Chaal (White Marudah): Boil half a spoon of Arjun ki Chaal in a cup of water for 10-15 minutes on a low flame till it is reduced to half a cup and drink it. 

Lehsun (Garlic): Boil a cup of milk with a garlic clove, cinnamon, honey, and drink in the morning. You can also start your day by eating a clove of garlic to enjoy its heart-friendly benefits.  

Dr Chauhan added, “The psychological effects (loneliness, stress, anxiety, isolation, unemployment fear and economic burden) of the pandemic combined with other lifestyle factors like smoking and drinking, irregular eating habits, unhealthy diet and physical inactivity may increase cardiovascular disorders cases during the pandemic.” 

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