I understand your concern and will try to tell you the correct picture.
It is important to note that low ejection fractions caused by conditions such as heart failure
are rarely cured. Treatment is therefore focused on reducing symptoms and preventing the progress of the disease involved from worsening. These strategies include lifestyle changes, medications and procedures, such as the insertion of an implantable defibrillator (ICD).
There is no natural way to increase your EF.
Regular aerobic exercise
may be recommended, while patients may be instructed to avoid weight training
or lifting heavy objects.
As far as side effects are concerned,it is better that you ignore the side effects written about them in various sites.The fact is that these medicines rarely cause side effects and are perfectly safe to use.
As far as stem cell therapy
is concerned ,recent studies do show some promise into it but frankly speaking ,all of these are in experimental stage and have not been approved by the FDA.