Acupuncture for Angina Pectoris
This is a traditional and ancient Chinese treatment that focuses on balancing the chi (energies) inside your body, which, when unbalanced, can lead to disease, disorders, and pain. Acupuncture can help with angina pectoris by providing valuable relief. It involves the use of tiny metallic needles that are inserted into the skin and then manually moved or electronically stimulated.
Supplements for Angina Pectoris
It’s important to give your body the nutrients and vitamins it needs in order to keep healthy, especially in those you are deficient in. CoQ10 is a supplement that protects the blood vessels and the heart from oxidative stress and can lower the hearts demand for oxygen and improve efficiency. Other supplements include L-carnitine which can prevent angina, fish oil which helps keep blood flowing.
Exercise for Angina Pectoris
It is recommended to start an exercise program that can help you to improve your stamina and can reduce stress and improve the symptoms of angina-related pains. As you increase your exercise time you will have a higher exercise tolerance. It is important to build up your heart strength and so you must take it slow to start with. Start out with a short walk on flat ground for ten to fifteen minutes. As your endurance increases you can increase the intensity and distance. Other exercises might include yoga, Pilates, and tai chi.
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