There is no question that progress has been made in the diagnosis of heart disease, as well as in our understanding of the risk factor and the treatment of cardiovascular problems. Yet this area still remains one of medicine’s main concerns, as heart disease is one of the primary causes of death, along with cancer. Complementary therapies, through their interest in the patient’s ‘terrain’ and the question of diet, have an enormous contribution to make in the management of these serious illnesses.
Heart and blood vessels: Tinnitus (ringing in the ears) – High blood pressure (hypertension) – Palpitations – Nosebleeds – Vertigo.
Limbs and extremities: Restless legs – Raynaud’s disease – Vasomotor problems (acrocyanosis).
Veins: Vein trouble and varicose veins – Haemorrhoids.
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