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  • Wednesday, November, 2020| Today's Market | Current Time: 01:01:02
  • New Delhi: On the occasion of World Heart Day & their 25th year Anniversary, Founder of SAAOL, Dr Bimal Chhajer highlighted the views of eradicating heart diseases through lifestyle-related changes, diet, exercise and yoga. The program included complete education on ways of overall heart care to patients and those vulnerable to heart ailments to eradicate heart diseases from the root.

    Under the banner name of ’An Education Vaccine’ the training session was conducted to spread awareness and educate the masses on the possible ways to prevent and control the most common but fatal disease – heart attacks.  Dieticians Doctors, yoga experts also educated the patients on management of heart diseases by food, exercise, knowledge and yoga.

    “Very recently a much talked about trial – ISCHEMIA trial- has shown that for most of the heart patients who are stable do equally well if they are put into Lifestyle and Medicines compared to Angioplasty /stent or Bypass surgery. If we compare the cost and complications of these invasive procedures – lifestyle and medicines are probably the most preferred treatment of most heart patients. Cardiac ailments being a lifestyle related ailment and hence the treatment should also be focused in the same direction.” Said Dr Bimal Chhajer, Director, SAAOL Heart Centre, New Delhi

    While cardiac ailments remain to be a growing burden in the Indian society, affecting millions of people and the economy of the country, it is time to eradicate them from the root.

    Dr Chajjer who has been working on ‘Reversal of heart diseases’ for the past 24 years has  treated over 2 lakh heart patients with non-invasive treatment modules like lifestyle change, US FDA approved EECP and a combination of Ayurveda, Homeopathy, Naturopathy, and Detoxification. With the development of the SAAOL Safety circle which is the best indicator of heart health has benefitted many to prevent future heart complications. 

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