Strokes

From our list of herbs and spices, the following are recommended for Strokes:

  • Fish Oils
  • Ginko Biloba
  • Hemp Oil

Natural Cures and Remedies for Strokes

Hypertension, if not eliminated, may cause heart attacks or strokes or other disability conditions such as detachment of the terina.

The hypertension and the hypercholesterolemia that occur in conjunction with obesity both increase the incidence of strokes in fat folks. The brain uses more oxygen than any organ of the body and depends on an unimpeded flow of oxygenated blood. When that flow is interrupted, either because a blood vessel ruptures under high blood pressure or because an artery or arteriole becomes clogged from the buildup of cholesterol, the brain tissue that the blood flow nourishes will quickly die. The tragic result is a stroke whose damage is all too frequently permanent; severe disability or death will usually follow.

Fish Oils, Ginko Biloba, Hemp Oil

The patient is made to lie on the back with the arms at the sides. The masseur starts manipulating the chest by means of strokes with both hands on each side of the breast bone. A circular motion is formed by the movement made up and down, moving down the chest. Next the muscle kneading is done by picking up the skin and muscles with both hands. Treatment is given to both sides of the chest likewise. Circular kneading is next done by placing one hand on each side of the breast bone and making the circular motion outward towards the side.

There are many varieties of bhastrika. The simplest technique is as follows : Sit in padmasana. Do 20 strokes of kapalbhati. Inhale and exhale rapidly, making a puffing sound. This is a good exercise for abdominal viscera and lungs.

The foremost consideration in the treatment of this disorder is to keep the hair and scalp clean so as to minimise the accumulation of dead cells. The hair should be brushed daily to improve the circulation and remove any flakiness. The most effective way to brush the hair is to bend forward from the waist with the head down towards the ground, and brush from the nape of the neck towards the top of the head. Short or shoulder-length hair can be brushed right from the roots to the ends in one stroke. In the case of long hair, two strokes would be best to avoid stretching the hair.

Extreme emotion or heartbreak, sadness, and depression physically a?ect our hearts. Countless studies have shown how depression and feelings of isolation and loneliness a?ect the heart. Heart-break can cause people to become sick, or even die, following the death of a loved one. Modern technology has made it easier for us to have limited physical contact with others, yet most of us still feel the physical need to share friendship, deep love, gratitude, values, or simple contact through a smile. Without such contact, the heart and cardiovascular system can undergo physical changes, such as irregular functioning or harden-ing of the arteries. e repetitive experience of negative emotions also leads to atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries) and inflammation in the heart. Atherosclerosis, of course, is one of the leading causes of heart attacks and strokes.