High Cholesterol treatment at Jiva Ayurveda has enabled thousands lead a healthier life and reduce health risks significantly. Cholesterol is a type of fat present in the blood in small quantities. It forms a part of the cell walls, nerve coverings and brain cells. So it has an important function in the body. As per density, cholesterol has been classified into high density cholesterol, low density cholesterol and very low density cholesterol. While high density cholesterol is supposed to be cardio-protective, low density cholesterol and very low density cholesterol may cause coronary blockages if present in excess quantities. Having excess cholesterol in the body is called hypercholesterolemia in medical terms. Before beginning high cholesterol treatment, Jiva doctor evaluates all factors, symptoms and causes to arrive at a precise diagnosis of the root-cause.
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Every person is unique, hence treatment for the person’s disease must be unique too. Jiva doctors take
the Ayunique™ approach, which includes:
Completely personalized authentic Ayurvedic medicines and Ayurvedic natural remedies based on thorough diagnosis of the root-cause
Throughout your treatment journey, a team of health coaches stay connected with you to track your relief progress and help with your health queries.
Customized treatment including medicines, diet, therapies and home remedies designed by your doctor to compliment the medicines for holistic treatment of the root-cause
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My toes and fingertips became cold and numb frequently. I also felt a pain in my neck and jaw. My lipid profile showed that I had high cholesterol. Jiva doctor explained that the root-cause was ama and weak agni. 6 months after taking medicines, my lipid profile test has come back normal.
Jiva Ayurveda was founded with the mission of 'taking Ayurveda to every
home'. Our objective of making people happy and healthy
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