mitral valve prolapse
Do Less, Relax More: Legs-up-the-Wall Pose
Viparita Karani yoga pose - Legs up the wall - Encourages circulation of blood and lymph from the feet and legs. Bathes the abdomen in fresh blood, stimulating the digestive organs. Soothes the nervous system, allowing your body to shift its attention from warding off stress to daily bodily functions, including detox. Note the pillow/bolster she is using. @PTrainerFood
ANGER or ANXIETY: To calm rage, anger or anxiety firmly hold the middle finger & breathe slowly & deeply for 2 minutes. This opens the Pericardium Meridian & balances emotions. Healing energy moves through this finger due to the meridians. So if someone gives you this finger, you'll know they’re sending you tons of healing energy!
Put Your Feet Up - and literally turn off stress
If there's one yoga pose you do, do this one. Ascension kitchen: When you literally put your feet up the wall, you are signalling to your body that it is time to switch from the highly stressed sympathetic nervous system state to the rest and repair state of the parasympathetic nervous system. Benefits: Sends blood flow to the core Alleviates menstrual cramps Relieves swollen ankles Relieves varicose veins Improves digestion Eases stress Helps you sleep Calms your nerves Relieves headaches
Mitral Valve Prolapse: Symptoms (Anxiety), Treatment & Surgery
Learn about mitral valve prolapse (MVP), the most common heart valve abnormality. Symptoms include fatigue, palpitations, chest pain, anxiety, and migraine headaches. Learn about MVP syndrome, treatment, surgery, regurgitation, causes, diagnosis, and more.
Dysautonomia TiDBit "In light of the finding that approximately one-half of patients with POTS are diagnosed with MVP, clinicians must ascertain the need for antibiotic prophylaxis for prevention of bacterial endocarditis in conjunction with invasive dental procedures." Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome - Dental Treatment Considerations