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Food Supplements

In everyday life, food supplements, because they are not prescription only, are usually taken unintentionally or too much. This can lead to blood pressure fluctuations and other symptoms. However, certain dietary supplements can influence the metabolism in a positive way if they are taken in the right quantities. At Cardiopraxis we use these as supplementary therapy components. These include, for example, magnesium, calcium, vitamin D, vitamin B6, iron – or simply the right amount of fluid intake!

When do we use food supplements?

Nutritional supplements can be a useful therapy if you have one or more of the following symptoms:

  • restlessness
  • weak performance
  • sweating
  • sleep disorders
  • cardiac arrhythmias

How does a therapy with food supplements work with us?

In the course of treatment, we take a close look at the effects of the dietary supplements: their influence on your metabolic activity, your muscle strength (by spiromanometry) and your circulation by recording body temperature and blood flow. Depending on the result, we adjust the dosage accordingly or leave it as it is. Of course, we always keep an eye on the possible interactions with other therapeutic interventions.

body workout

Targeted body training can be a useful complementary component in the treatment of your cardiovascular disease. Balanced endurance training and muscle building activate your metabolism: In people with a reduced metabolism, for example, better blood circulation leads to a drop in blood pressure; in people with an increased metabolism (e.g. overweight people), adrenaline reduction (stress!) is particularly helpful.

When does physical training make sense as a component of therapy?

Sport and exercise are particularly appropriate if you have the following therapy goals:

  • Weight reduction
  • Blood pressure reduction
  • Reduction of dizziness and dizziness
  • Reduction of atrial fibrillation attacks

What forms of physical training can help?

We also recommend yoga, which is becoming more and more popular, in cardio practice. Hardly any other sport promotes your cardiovascular system and your blood circulation in such a varied and effective way: for example, yoga strengthens the peripheral muscle pump of the leg and trunk muscles, the venous return flow, the suction power of the lungs and also the suction power of the heart. Pelvic floor training, also a therapy component in cardiopractice, strengthens the venous return flow to the heart and the contraction during exhalation. Especially for older people we show exercises to strengthen the leg and trunk muscles or the diaphragm. We can also help you to condition your blood pressure in cardiopractice, because it can vary depending on the position of your body: By measuring your circulation in different positions, we can, for example, determine your “correct” sleeping side.

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