Congenital heart disease is a general term used to refer to a series of birth defects that affect the heart.
Types of congenital heart disease
There are over 30 different types of heart defects.
The two main types of congenital heart disease are:
-cyanotic heart disease
-acyanotic heart disease
Cyanotic heart disease
Cyanotic heart is where problems with the heart mean there isn’t enough oxygen present in the blood.
Babies born with cyanotic heart disease generally have a blue-coloured tinge to areas such as their fingers, toes and lips because of a lack of oxygen.
They may also experience symptoms of:
Acyanotic heart disease
Acyanotic heart disease is where the blood contains enough oxygen but it’s pumped abnormally around the body.
Babies born with acyanotic heart disease may not have any apparent symptoms but, over time, the condition can cause health problems.
The symptoms of cyanotic heart disease include:
Children with cyanotic heart disease have lower levels of oxygen in their blood, this is known as hypoxia.
Sometimes, their oxygen levels can fall further and cause additional symptoms such as anxiety and confusion or disorientation.
The symptoms of acyanotic heart disease include:
Some symptoms are present in both cyanotic and acyanotic heart disease.
Children with acyanotic heart disease are usually underweight, and children with cyanotic heart disease are usually underweight and small for their age.
Topically apply 5 drops Heart Restore Blend over the heart, twice a day.
Topically apply :
-Cedarwood Blend over the heart and neck, twice daily,10-15 drops.
Always spread capsules over the course of the day, if you have to ingest many, not more than two capsules at a time. Spreading the capsules throughout the day assists the body with proper absorption. Always good to have a very small snack/fruit before drinking capsules.