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Do Natural Remedies For Cardiospasm Work
Cardio Spasm: Are you talking about coronary artery spasm? If not, i don't know what you are referring to... Either way, natural remedies may work... If you are willing to take a chance and find out for yourself.. Unfortunately there are no objective, scientific studies demonstrating such efficacy. One life, one chance, the choice is yours! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Achalasia is an esophageal motility disorder. It is diagnosed by manometry, showing a lack of relaxation of the distal esophagus and decreased peristalsis. Primary achalasia (most common) is due to loss of inhibitory neurons in the distal esophagus. Secondary achalasia is caused by chagas disease. "pseudo-achalasia" is seen with cancers. Surgical treatment ...Read more
Achalasia : The disease is known as achalasia, where the esophagus doesn't push the food down in to the stomach. Symptoms are classically the sensation that food is stuck in the chest. Patients are usually the last to finish eating at the table, and sometimes have chest pain due to esophageal spasm. Hope this helps. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Temporary narrowing: Temporary narrowing of blood vessel to heart causing obstruction of blood flow and chest pain. Usually resolves with nitroglycerine. The condition is called prinzmetal angina and is diagnosed by abnormal ekg showing st segment elevation when you are having chest pain but resolved within a few minutes, . ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Coronary spasm: The problem with coronary spasm is that you can't prove its absence, you can only (sometimes) prove its presence. Thus, anyone with any form of chest pain could be diagnosed with "coronary spasm" however, as invasive cardiologist, in my experience, it's relatively rare, especially when one considers how very common a complaint chest pain is. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Achalasia can be bad: Achalasia is defined by absent peristalsis in the esophagus & incomplete relaxation of the lower esophageal sphincter (les). It may be a "primary" esophageal motility disorder, or "secondary" to cancers invading the les (pseudoachalasia), chagas disease from reduviid bug bites, amyloidosis, sarcoidosis, eosinophilic infiltration. This is not something you should ignore or that fixes with herbs. ...Read more
Adjunct only: Achalasia is life-threatening short-term. If you've been offered definitive treatment, take it. Don't waste time or focus on herbal / pop / health-food-store alternatives. If you have an evidence-based holist in your area, you may get some recommendations for discomfort after treatment. ...Read more
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