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Dr. Ravindra Vijay Waware and Dr. Deepnarayan Shukla


The incidence of cardiac diseases is increasing at a high rate in our society due to dietary and lifestyle changes as an impact of western culture and civilization. Increased mental and physical stress, social and environmental changes lead to us in the era of Hypertension, Hyperlipidaemia, Obesity, Cardiac disease and many more diseases. Cardiovascular diseases have now become the leading cause of mortality or even morbidity in India. Though in this era of modern medicine, various advance diagnostic techniques and modalities of treatment available for the patient of cardiac diseases but these all measures put lot of mental and financial pressure on patients thus it would be great asset if these diseases could be managed through Traditional system of medicine like Ayurveda, which would prove to be good conventional treatment and prevent the complications and need for surgery There are number of drugs and medicinal preparations described in the texts of Ayurveda having wonderful effects in Hypertension, Hyperlipidaemia, etc. Various Yoga like Asana, Pranayama, etc. having wonderful preventive and therapeutic effects on Anxiety, Hypertension, Atherosclerosis, etc. which are main risk factors of cardiac diseases.

Keywords: Cardiac diseases, Hypertension, Ayurveda, Asanas, Pranayama.

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