Angina pectoris is a sharp pain in the heart that does not go away for a short period of time. During an attack, blood pressure may rise, but it returns to normal spontaneously, without taking any means. Since pain in the heart can be a harbinger of not only angina pectoris, but also a heart attack, it is better to call an ambulance, and before she arrives, try to stop the attack.
It is necessary
- - valocordin;
- - validol;
- - corvalol;
- - nitroglycerin;
- - motherwort;
- - hawthorn fruits;
- - honey;
- - lemons;
- - garlic.
Get into a comfortable position as soon as you feel chest pain. Lie on your right side or sit down to relax your body. Open a window or window, fresh air will help relieve your condition. Putting nitroglycerin under your tongue will help stop an angina attack. If pain relief does not come after 2-7 minutes, take another nitroglycerin tablet. Make sure that this drug is always in your home and in your pocket or purse, because an attack can happen at the most inopportune moment.
Dissolve a tablet of Validol or dissolve 20-25 drops of Valocordin or Corvalol in 50 ml of water. This will help you calm down and reduce your heart rate and blood pressure. Take sedative drops in courses: drink them for 15 days, and take a break for 15 days.
Drink a sedative tea made from motherwort herb. Brew a tablespoon in a glass of boiling water. Since this herb tastes bitter, add a tablespoon of honey to it before taking. Drink 50 g 4 times a day. If motherwort does not suit you, replace it with hawthorn or rose hips.
Make a healing mixture of lemons, honey, and garlic. Pass 5 lemons and 3-5 heads of garlic (peeled) through a meat grinder, juicer or blender. Add 500 g of honey to the resulting mass. Cover the jar tightly and leave in a dark place for about 2 weeks. Take 4 teaspoons before meals 2-3 times a day.
Try to avoid physical activity, they are the main culprits of angina attacks. Emotional calmness does not hurt either. Lead a measured lifestyle, walk more in the fresh air, because this is the only way to maintain the health of the cardiovascular system for many years.