HOMEOPATHY FOR ARTERIOSCLEROSIS

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Arteries circulate blood throughout the body, but when plaque-fat, cholesterol, and other cellular waste-build up on artery walls, arteriosclerosis can develop. Arteriosclerosis can develop into atherosclerosis, which is when arteries become thick and stiff and restrict blood flow to organs and tissues in the body. This gradual process, also known as hardening of the arteries, weakens arteries and can occur in various organs, most commonly the heart.

As arteriosclerosis worsens, clogged arteries can cause a heart attack or stroke, with the following symptoms: Mild arteriosclerosis is symptomless; as arteriosclerosis worsens, these symptoms can also be present.

路 Chest pain or pressure

Acute numbness or weakness in the arms or legs

Speech impediments or slurred words

Temporary blindness in one eye

路 Drooping of facial muscles

路 Pain when walking

路 High blood pressure

路 Kidney failure

HOMEOPATHY MEDICINES

When it comes to treating arteriosclerosis, homoeopathy has a number of potent medications available, but the choice depends on the patient’s individuality, taking into account their mental and physical health. Homoeopathy is a growing system that is currently used throughout the world. Its strength lies in its evident effectiveness as it adopts a holistic approach towards the sick individual by promoting inner balance at mental, emotional, spiritual, and physical levels.

ADRENALIN

Roaring in the ears, a feeling of excruciating thoracic pain, vertigo, nausea, and vomiting are all symptoms of arteriosclerosis.

ARNICA MONTANA

Older people’s vertigo, cerebral arteriosclerosis treatment, thrombus prevention, tendency to bleed, and arteriosclerosis treatment.

AURUM METALLICUM

The patient has arteriosclerosis and valvular lesions, high blood pressure, a rapid, feeble, irregular heartbeat, pain beneath the breastbone at night, oppression at the heart and violent palpitations, sensation as if the heart stopped beating for two or three seconds, followed by tumultuous rebound with sinking at the epigastrium, and is hopelessly depressed.

BARYTA CARBONICUM

Heart palpitations when lying on the left side or just thinking about it. Senile dementia, causing confusion and mental deterioration. Arteriosclerosis with hypertension and aneurysms. Full, hard, and rapid pulse.

BARYTA MURIATICUM

The elderly person has asthma, headaches, vertigo, and tinnitus, as well as aortic and large blood vessel arteriosclerosis, an irregular heartbeat, a hardly perceptible pulse, elevated blood pressure, and increased heart throbbing.

CACTUS GRANDIFLOROUS Q

Heart palpitations are worse when lying on the left side and are accompanied by vertigo, dyspnea, and flatulence in arteriosclerosis with marked heart weakness.

CONIUM MACULATUM

Weakness of mind and body with vertigo, trembling, and violent palpitations are symptoms of arteriosclerosis. Palpitations are made worse by exertion, drinking, and going to the bathroom.

CONVALLARIA MAJALIS

Smokers’ arteriosclerosis, a pulse that is incredibly rapid and irregular and a sensation that the heart is beating throughout the chest as if it stopped and then suddenly resumed.

CRATAEGUS OXYCANTHA

There is the least dyspnea with the least amount of effort, extreme breathlessness with heart pain, an irregular, feeble, and intermittent pulse, and Crataegus has great solvent powers on calcerous and crustaceous deposits in the lumen and arteries.

NATRUM IODATUM

With angina pectoris, vertigo, and dyspnea associated with arteriosclerosis, natrum iodatum is prescribed.

PLUMBM METALLICUM

Plumbum is more indicated when chronic nephritis develops. Arteriosclerosis of anemic, weak, and hypertensive individuals. Painful constriction of peripheral arteries.

RADIUM BROMATUM

Arteriosclerosis-related hypertension lowers blood pressure. The patient experiences rapid, erratic, and fluttering heartbeats at night, which causes them to wake up. They also feel as though their heart is constricting.

SECALE CORNUTUM

Boring chest pain, artery hardening that begins early and progresses quickly, ice-cold extremities, dyspnea, cramps in the diaphragm, and palpitation with irregular heartbeat are all symptoms.

STRONTIUM CARBONICUM

A flushed face and pulsating arteries are symptoms of arterial stenosis, which also causes high blood pressure. Other symptoms include violent heart and artery beating, vertigo, and nausea.

STROPHANTHUS HISPIDUS

The arteries are extremely rigid, the pulse alternates between being fast, weak, small, and irregular, and there is cardiac pain and dyspnea. Arteriosclerosis, particularly in smokers.

SUMBULUS MOSCHATUS

Arteriosclerosis-related high blood pressure, lack of vessel elasticity, nervous palpitations, palpitations in response to even mild excitement, and irregular heartbeat.

TABACUM

Heart palpitations that are violent and worse when lying on the left side, hardening of the coronary arteries, and imperceptible, intermittent pulses that resemble cords.

VANADIUM METALLICUM

He feels anxious pressure on his entire chest, as if his heart is being compressed and there isn’t enough room for the blood in the aorta, and he has atheroma of the arteries in his brain and liver. This is a treatment for conditions that affect the arteries that cause them to become brittle.

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