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Angina

Angina is temporary pain or feeling of pressure in the chest due to lack of adequate oxygen to the heart muscle. The most common cause of angina is coronary artery disease, a condition in which blood flow in the coronary artery is obstructed by fatty deposits. Typically, the pain starts from the breast bone in the center of the chest, goes to the left shoulder, and passes along the inner side of the upper arm to the tip of the little finger. The pain or discomfort usually lasts for only a few minutes and is often triggered by physical activity. Natural remedies, such as nutritional supplementation and certain lifestyle changes, can be helpful.

Home Remedies
  • Thoroughly mix two teaspoons almond oil with one teaspoon rose oil. Rub gently on the chest, morning and evening.
  • Boil one teaspoon fenugreek seeds in one-and-a-half cups water. Strain and add two teaspoons honey. Take twice daily.
Do's
  • Aerobic exercise.
  • Eat fiber rich foods.
  • Eat more raw fruits and vegetables.
  • Lose weight if necessary.
Don’ts
  • Avoid alcohol, smoking, caffeine.
  • Avoid spicy foods and fried foods.
  • Avoid stress.
See Doctor
  • The heart is precious, vital organ. If you have any chest pain that could be due to your heart, so consult your doctor. If you get chest pain from less exertion than usual, or if your chest pain lasts longer than a few minutes, treat it as a medical emergency.
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