Cardiovascular Diseases

Cardiovascular diseases form a diverse group of health problems that affect the heart and vascular system and often progress with age. Symptoms can range from chest pain and shortness of breath to dizziness or even fainting.

In this section you will find articles on some common cardiovascular diseases:

  • Low Blood Pressure

    Low blood pressure can lead to the cells no longer being supplied with sufficient oxygen and nutrients.

  • Arteriosclerosis

    Atherosclerosis is a disease of the arteries characterised by deposits of calcification in the vessel walls.

  • High Blood Pressure

    Hypertension is a widespread health disorder characterised by persistently elevated blood pressure.

  • PAD

    PAD is a vascular disease affecting the arteries that supply blood to the extremities.


Types of Cardiovascular Disease

The most common diseases include coronary heart disease, heart failure, arteriosclerosis and stroke. These diseases can have a serious impact on quality of life and require comprehensive treatment.

Unhealthy lifestyle habits such as smoking, poor diet, lack of exercise and excessive alcohol consumption are considered to be the main triggers of cardiovascular disease. Genetic predisposition and chronic inflammatory diseases also play a role in their development.

The importance of environmental factors is also increasingly coming into focus, as various environmental toxins, such as pesticides, herbicides, heavy metals and plastic nanoparticles, can accumulate in the body and contribute to such disorders.

Therapy of Cardiovascular Diseases

Conventional therapy often focuses on drug treatments to lower blood pressure and cholesterol and, in severe cases, surgical interventions such as bypass operations or stent implantations. However, these measures can be associated with serious side effects and do not always take into account the underlying causes of the diseases.

Holistic medicine aims to identify the causes and focuses on lifestyle changes such as a healthy diet, regular exercise and the elimination of deficiencies in the body through micronutrients and detoxification measures. It is particularly important to eliminate heavy metals with chelates in order to restore the enzyme chains in the body and support the metabolism.

Early diagnosis, preventive measures and continuous medical care are crucial to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease and improve quality of life. A holistic approach enables comprehensive treatment and can help to address the underlying causes rather than just treating the symptoms.

Proper functioning of the heart and blood vessels is essential for long-term health. Cardiovascular diseases should always be treated in a cause-oriented manner.