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What in your opinion is crucial in bringing about a successful outcome in treatment of coronary heart disease?
Three conditions vital to the curing of any disease are: 1. The doctor’s faith in himself to cure his patient. 2. The patient’s faith in his doctor that he will cure him. 3. The doctor’s Karma – his skill and… Read more >
Nutritious diet, pure drinking water, sunlight, and moderate exercises are important for our health. However equally important, or perhaps more vital, is to have the feeling of harmony in our heart. Harmony is the quality of Soul, which is the… Read more >
Regular practice of Shavasana and Meditation helps the patient to experience his SOUL FORCE by quieting the activities of mind and body. The SOUL FORCE is common to all living creatures. This experience increases the inner strength of individual to… Read more >
While treating coronary heart disease patients and advising them to make lifestyle changes, like giving up smoking, giving up excessive use of alcohol, and losing weight, we felt that patients change their lifestyle out of fear of the disease, whereas… Read more >
The program consists of: •Diet counseling •Moderate exercise like walking on a level surface for 30 to 40 minutes •Stretching and relaxation exercises leading to progressive deep relaxation, i.e. Shavasana. •Meditation and visual imagery. • Group discussion with an emphasis… Read more >
Obesity is on the increase worldwide. It is a complex multifactorial disease of appetite regulation and energy metabolism. Hence losing weight is not simple. A diet with too much fat is at the root of this problem. The body needs… Read more >
In an average Indian diet, the fat content is about 30 – 40% of the total calories. Recommended fat intake for a heart disease patient is less than 10%. The diet recommended is purely vegetarian. It should be rich in… Read more >
Very often there is difference of opinion regarding management of CAD. One doctor advises conservative approach and the other advises intervention. This causes great confusion. What would you suggest to solve this problem?
As the last word is not yet written regarding the treatment of coronary artery disease, such difference of opinions may occur. More than one opinion is helpful and is encouraged in many situations. Unbiased opinion from a clinical cardiologist may… Read more >