Mudra For Muscle Cramps/Mudra For Leg Cramps/Mudra For Calf Muscle Pain/Mudra For Leg Muscle Pain leg cramps or muscle cramps especially in calf muscle will leads to sudden contraction of that muscle causes muscle spasm and pain main cause of muscle or leg cramps is lack of fluid in body . here i have explained about mudra for muscle cramps which are varun mudra and pran mudra , that will do fluid balance in our body , so cramps will be cured for detail information .......... VARUN MUDRA https://youtu.be/t1JfhuErN5Q PRAN MUDRA https://youtu.be/1IZvN0ChAiE basic science of hasta mudra : hast mudra - hand pose or hand posture : science of mudra is the essence of deep meditation and research of our ancient yogic saints by doing these mudras you can stimulates and activates all your muscles and endocrine glands so you can change your nature and your personality by doing these mudras all mudras are like keys for our inner hidden power and energy , by doing these mudras all our negative vibrations will be eliminated ,and there is balanced flow of energy in our body , so our body becomes healthy , you will not only get physical benefits , but also spiritual and psychological benefits basic science of mudra : like universe is made of five elements , our body is also made five elements , like agni - fire , vayu - air , akash - sky , prithvi - earth , jal - water our all fingers represent all these five elements as below thumb represents agni index finger - vayu middle finger - akash ring finger - prithvi little finger - jal if you put finger to the tip of thumb , there is stimulation of that energy of that finger ,and if you put finger to the root of thumb, there is sedation of the energy of that finger all can do these mudras you should do mudras with both hands right hand pose will benefits to left side of body and left side pose to right side of body you should do mudra maximum 45 minutes in a day in one sitting or 15 - 15 minutes in morning and in the evening do mudra 30 minutes after meal . only vayu mudra you can do directly after meal if you do all these mudra in padmasana ,or vajrasana , or during meditation , it will give excellent results follow my channel google plus : https://plus.google.com/u/0/100021764... facebook : https://www.facebook.com/apakahealthg... twitter : https://twitter.com/Apakahealthguru pinterest : https://in.pinterest.com/apakahealthg... linkedin : https://www.linkedin.com/in/apaka-hea... for more videos SUBSCRIBE to my channel
Effects Of Changes Of Ph On The Contractile Function Of Cardiac Muscle.
1. Am J Physiol. 1990 Jun;258(6 Pt 1):C967-81. Effects of changes of pH on the contractile function of cardiac muscle. (1)Department of Physiology, University of Leeds, United Kingdom. It has been known for over 100 years that acidosis decreases the contractility ofcardiac muscle. However, the mechanisms underlying this decrease are complicated because acidosis affects every step in the excitation-contraction couplingpathway, including both the delivery of Ca2+ to the myofilaments and the responseof the myofilaments to Ca2+. Acidosis has diverse effects on Ca2+ delivery.Actions that may diminish Ca2+ delivery include 1) inhibition of the Ca2+current, 2) reduction of Ca2+ release from the sarcoplasmic reticulum, and 3)shortening of the action potential, when such shortening occurs. Conversely, Ca2+delivery may be increased by the prolongation of the action potential that issometimes observed and by the rise of diastolic Ca2+ that occurs during acidosis.This rise, which will increase the uptake and subsequent release of Ca2+ by thesarcoplasmic reticulum, may be due to 1) stimulation of Na+ entry via Na(+)-Ca2+ exchange; 2) direct inhibition of Na(+)-Ca2+ exchange; 3) mitochondrial r
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Mild Metabolic Acidosis Impairs The -adrenergic Response In Isolated Human Failing Myocardium
Mild metabolic acidosis impairs the -adrenergic response in isolated human failing myocardium Schotola et al.; licensee BioMed Central Ltd.2012 Pronounced extracellular acidosis reduces both cardiac contractility and the -adrenergic response. In the past, this was shown in some studies using animal models. However, few data exist regarding how the human end-stage failing myocardium, in which compensatory mechanisms are exhausted, reacts to acute mild metabolic acidosis. The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of mild metabolic acidosis on contractility and the -adrenergic response of isolated trabeculae from human end-stage failing hearts. Intact isometrically twitching trabeculae isolated from patients with end-stage heart failure were exposed to mild metabolic acidosis (pH 7.20). Trabeculae were stimulated at increasing frequencies and finally exposed to increasing concentrations of isoproterenol (0 to 1 10-6 M). A mild metabolic acidosis caused a depression in twitch-force amplitude of 26% (12.1 1.9 to 9.0 1.5 mN/mm2; n = 12; P < 0.01) as compared with pH 7.40. Force-frequency relation measurements yielded no further significant differences of twitch force. At the m
In this clip (10 of 10), Dr. Gurley answers questions from the audience. This clip is part of the lecture "Clinically Relevant Herb-Drug Interactions: Past, Present, and Future," by Bill J. Gurley, Ph.D., professor of pharmaceutical sciences at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) College of Pharmacy and director of the UAMS Clinical Pharmacokinetics Research Laboratory. This lecture, given in 2014 at NIH, is part of the NCCAM Online Continuing Education Series. Free CME/CEU credit is available to health professionals (see http://nccam.nih.gov/training/videole...).
Effects Of Clinically Relevant Acute Hypercapnic And Metabolic Acidosis On The Cardiovascular System: An Experimental Porcine Study
Effects of clinically relevant acute hypercapnic and metabolic acidosis on the cardiovascular system: an experimental porcine study Stengl et al.; licensee BioMed Central Ltd.2013 Hypercapnic acidosis (HCA) that accompanies lung-protective ventilation may be considered permissive (a tolerable side effect), or it may be therapeutic by itself. Cardiovascular effects may contribute to, or limit, the potential therapeutic impact of HCA; therefore, a complex physiological study was performed in healthy pigs to evaluate the systemic and organ-specific circulatory effects of HCA, and to compare them with those of metabolic (eucapnic) acidosis (MAC). In anesthetized, mechanically ventilated and instrumented pigs, HCA was induced by increasing the inspired fraction of CO2 (n = 8) and MAC (n = 8) by the infusion of HCl, to reach an arterial plasma pH of 7.1. In the control group (n = 8), the normal plasma pH was maintained throughout the experiment. Hemodynamic parameters, including regional organ hemodynamics, blood gases, and electrocardiograms, were measured in vivo. Subsequently, isometric contractions and membrane potentials were recorded in vitro in the right ventricular trabeculae. H
Just 10 foods account for nearly half of all heart disease deaths in the U.S., researchers reported Tuesday. If people ate less salt and meat and ate more nuts, fruits and vegetables, they could greatly lower their own risk of heart disease, the researchers at Tufts Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy found. It comes together in a handy list of what to eat more of and what to eat less of. What to eat more of: Nuts Seafood rich in omeg ...
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The effects of increased H+ concentration and the competition between H+ and Ca2+ on cardiac contractile function and metabolism have been investigated using the perfused rat heart. A working heart preparation was established by cannulating the aorta and left atrium. Fluid ejection from the left ventricle passed into a small closed air space and escaped through the coronary circulation, thereby allowing a minimum dead space between changes of pe ...
Abstract Previous studies reported increased risk of cardiac events in subjects with fasting blood glucose (FBG) levels lower than the diagnostic threshold of diabetes mellitus. However, whether increased cardiac events in those with upper normal FBG is secondary to the shift of their cardiac sympathovagal balance towards sympathetic predominance is unknown. The study enrolled 42 healthy young adults. Following sociodemographic and clinical asses ...
In Brief The pathophysiology of the link between diabetes and cardiovascular disease (CVD) is complex and multifactorial. Understanding these profound mechanisms of disease can help clinicians identify and treat CVD in patients with diabetes, as well as help patients prevent these potentially devastating complications. This article reviews the biological basis of the link between diabetes and CVD, from defects in the vasculature to the cellular a ...
Issued by University of Leicester Press Office on 5 January 2016 First study to show direct evidence of blood vessel contraction due to glucose (sugar) Effects observed even at glucose levels that could be reached after a large meal Research provides a potential therapeutic target for improving outcomes following a heart attack or stroke Scientists at the University of Leicester have demonstrated for the first time the mechanism by which the leve ...