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The 'Total Heart Health' view of heart disease - Part I
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18 June 2007
Hardening of the arteries, or Atherosclerosis, results from loss of connection of your body with its inner intelligence, due to prolonged unhealthy habits or environment. This results in a specific mind/body imbalance leading to disease.
Imbalance begins on the subtlest level of the basic principles governing all the activities and processes of your body. In the Vedic science of Ayurveda, these fundamental physiological operators are called Vata, Pitta and Kapha. Vata is the principle of movement, Pitta is the principle of metabolism, transformation or heat, and Kapha is the principle of structure. If allowed to progress, these subtle imbalances in the body eventually manifest as disease.
To restore heart health, the Total Heart Health Program uses simple techniques to restore balance at the subtle level where the imbalance began. This results in a comprehensive, natural return to health in your whole body, including your heart.
There are three main types of hardening of the arteries: Vata, Pitta and Kapha. This means one of these principles has been thrown out of balance by your mind, body or environment.
•Overuse of the mind, stress, anxiety, anger, and depression. •Poor diet or digestion, fatigue, over exertion or lack of exercise, or unhealthy routines
•Living and working in unhealthy buildings, collective stress of war, or biological rhythms
For effective heart health, the Total Heart Health Program restores balance in mind, body and environment, through re-establishing their connection with the inner intelligence of nature.
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