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I had undergone bypass surgery on 29/12/2009. While lying on hospital bed I was reflecting as to what went wrong with me. After discharge from hospital I studied life after open heart surgery. By 15/06/2010 i felt confident to forego cardiologist and medication and I did so. Now it is 25 months since then. Yes,do you like to have insight from my experience as to how to strengthen the heart?
Dear Sir,
First of all I wish you a very very long Healthy and Safe life.
As regards to your post, Certainly we would like to have your experience of strengthening your heart.
Thanks & Regards,

Hello Dr. Jogeshwar mahanta,
I am with Sudhir in wishing you a Long & Healthy Life & also requesting you to share your experiences in this Forum.
After all, I guess that's what CiteHR is meant for--bi-directional sharing--right?
I recollect a Quote here: The Wise learn from others' experiences; the Layman learns from his experiences & the Fool doesn't ever learn.
Ignoring the III part of the Quote, YOU could be the medium/channel for those in the I Lot to benefit--especially with cardiac diseases being among the primary causes for concern in the Global Health Scenario.
Waiting to hear from you.

DR.Jogeshwar Mahanta I too join other members in wishing you great health and am eager to benefit along with other members from your experiences. B.Saikumar Mumbai
Dear Dr.Jogeshwar Mahanta Please accept my wishes on behalf of our team ''Wish you a happy and a long healthy life''. Request you to share your experiance with us. Keep on touch.
Thank you all for your good will and let me share my experience. You need not be an MD to understand and prevent heart attack.I am excluding all technical jargons.However, please interrupt whenever there is any communication gap.Let this project be named as NO-HEART-ATTACK-ANY-MORE.
Lesson 1.
The term heart attack is a misnomer. The heart never attacks like a terrorist.Heart is an indispensable organ of the body.Through blood pipes called arteries it percolates clean blood and through other types of blood pipes called veins it receives unclean blood to clean.When dirt clogs and hardens inside these pipes the blood flow gets blocked and the heart emits distress call in the form of pain which is named as heart attack.Actually the culprit is clogging of dirts inside the blood pipes.

Dear Jogeshwar,
May the Lord grant you long healthy and happy life. Still waiting to read about your experience. I have aortic heart problem and is not on any medication; I do not have any symptoms like brethlessness, just under regular observation.

Dear Dr. Jogeshwar Mahanta
May the Almighty gives you long, happy and healthy life. Please seek the guidance from good Cardiologist and act accordingly.
Your able guidance will surely help us to prevent the heart disease. Thanks for presenting your ideas for strengthening our members heart.
Keep on sharing Doctor.

Lesson 2.
Body is to perform 3 vital functions to sustain it.
1.Reception.Like intake of food,water and oxygen.
2.Absorption-Assimilating portions from the above that are necessary for the body.
3.Ejection-Excretion of unnecessary intakes and dead cells of the body.
Are all these 3 processes of your body well regulated?

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