There are a number of diseases that affect the cardiovascular system, we mention those that can be treated through biomagnetism.
The heart disease they are diseases of the heart, which can be congenital (by the very structure of the heart); Ischemic heart disease that is due to poor blood circulation in the heart muscle itself, can be caused by excess cholesterol in the coronary arteries (see obesity). Biomagnetism has discovered that the presence of trypanosoma cruzi It can also generate this type of disease.
Angina pectoris, check the pair for: Streptococcus alfa.
Arteriosclerosis, hardening and narrowing of the arteries that prevent proper blood supply. Certain pathogens can favor this condition: Chlamydia T .
Atherosclerosis, is the narrowing of the arteries and veins as a result of the formation of plaque inside the walls, mainly formed by fats (cholesterol and triglycerides).
Cardiomyopathies are heart muscle diseases in which alterations in the structure and function of the myocardium occur in the absence of coronary disease, hypertension, valvular disease or congenital heart disease that explain such abnormalities. Among cardiomyopathies, dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM) is defined by the presence of dilatation and systolic dysfunction that affects the left ventricle or both ventricles. Current studies indicate that several genes can be the cause of these diseases, although environmental factors are not ruled out, or even degenerative processes caused by autoimmune diseases or food intolerances.
The high blood pressure "hypertension" can be Primary, when it occurs with age without any specific cause; or it can be Secondary, in this case it can be due to several causes such as: kidney problems, adrenal glands, thyroid, sleep apnea, congenital defects, medications, drug abuse or atherosclerosis. Normal blood pressure is considered when it is below 80 (diastolic) and 100 (systolic). The special pairs Marimar, Cardiovascular balance can help reduce blood pressure; In addition, they should be revised: Streptococcus B , System dysfunction and of the sympathetic nervous system, Clostridium tetanie, Isaac, Marco Antonio
Mitral valve diseases. Various factors can alter the function of the mitral valve located on the left side of the heart, causing deficient blood circulation.
Hypercholesterolemia,or excess cholesterol in the blood, is the main cause of arterial hypertension; especially due to a diet exceeded in saturated fats and trans fats. Review the pairs:
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Dyslipidemia, consists of the alteration of the levels of lipids in the blood, mainly cholesterol and triglycerides. This term includes hyperlipoproteinemia (hyperlipidemia or hyperlipemia), which refers to high levels of total cholesterol, low density lipoproteins (LDL, "bad" cholesterol) or triglycerides, as well as a low concentration of lipoproteins. of high density (HDL, the "good" cholesterol). Test the pair: