Heart Disease cause and Symptoms

by Wisehealths

Posted on 2019-05-27


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Dr. Puneet

                    Heart Disease

The term "heart disease" is often used interchangeably with the term "cardiovascular disease or infection." Cardiovascular disease generally refers to conditions that involve narrowed or blocked blood vessels that can lead to a heart attack, chest pain or stroke. Other heart conditions, such as, those that affect your muscle of heart, valves or rhythm, also are considered forms of heart disease.

Like all the organs, the heart is also sick for many reasons. Heart diseases are termed as heart problems in common words, under which there are many heart-related diseases and problems which have a bad effect on the heart. These include diseases like coronary artery disease, angina, heart attack, Heart failure, etc.

Coronary artery disease

Its most common symptom is angina or chest pain. Angina can be recognized as a feeling of heaviness, abnormality, pressure, pain, burning sensation, convulsion or pain in the chest. Many times it is also a mistake to understand indigestion or heartburn. Angina can be felt in shoulders, arms, neck, throat, jaw or back. The other symptoms of illness are small breaths, Palpitations Beat fast, Feeling weak or feeling dizzy, Sweating may occur.

Heart Attack

During a heart attack, symptoms usually last for half an hour or more and do not get relief from resting or eating medication. The onset of symptoms can lead to severe pain through minor pain. Some people have no symptoms of heart attack, which we call silent myocardial infarction. This is usually done in those patients who suffer from diabetes. People who are susceptible to heart attack, they should not be late at all. Get emergency help right away, because immediate treatment is very important in a heart attack. The sooner the treatment will be, the more likely the patient is fully cured. Feeling uncomfortable, pressure, heaviness or pain in the chest, arms, nudge or chest bones. Extraction of excitement to the back, jaw, throat, and arms. Feeling full of stomach, indigestion or heartburn Feeling sweat, vomiting, nausea or weakness Too much weakness, nervousness or restlessness of breath. Fast or irregular heartbeats.

Heart failure
One of the most common complications of heart disease, heart failure occurs when your heart can not pump enough blood to meet your needs body. Heart failure can result from many forms of heart disease, including heart defects, cardiovascular disease, valvular heart disease, heart infections or cardiomyopathy.


Heart Valve Disease Symptoms
The symptoms of heart valve disease are not always related to the severity of the situation. Many times it happens that no symptoms appear, whereas a person has a serious heart attack valve, which requires immediate treatment. Occasionally it is also possible that the symptoms are very serious, the problem is also serious, but the discovery of a minor valve related disease is detected. Do not get a complete breath, especially if you are doing a normal routine or lying directly on the bed. Feeling weak or unconscious Feeling uneasy in the chest Feeling pressured or heavier on the chest when doing some work or getting out in the cold air. Palpitations (It can be felt like the speed of heartbeat, irregular heartbeats, loss of beats, etc.)


Congenital defect

Such defects can be detected even before birth, immediately after birth or in childhood. It is not known until many times grow. It is also possible that there is no sign of the problem. In such cases, sometimes it is detected in the physical examination by the sound of the heart or in the EKG or Chest X-ray. Among the adults who have symptoms of congenital heart disease, this is seen: breathing fast. Limited ability to exercise physically Signs of Heart Failure or Valve Disease Congenital cardiac impairment in newborns and children. Sineosis (visible blue color on the skin, fingers, and lips). Reduce breathing and loss of appetite.
Do not increase weight properly. Repeated lung infection Trouble exercising.

Why does a heart attack come?

 A blood clot blocking the blood flow through a blood vessel that feeds the heart causes a heart attack, possibly damaging or destroying a part of the heart muscle. Atherosclerosis can cause a heart attack.
Heart attack i.e. heart attack occurs when the flow of blood in the heart stops. This is due to the effects of fat, cholesterol and other substances in the arteries. Before heart failure, pain in the chest, nausea, trouble breathing or pain is felt. If such symptoms show up, then the doctor should consult immediately. By checking blood, activities of the heart are assessed, ECG is used for it. Cardiac disorders include coronary angioplasty and stenting and coronary artery bypass surgery.

How to Avoid Heart Attack?

The best way to stop heart attacks is to have a healthy lifestyle. Measures to stay healthy include:

Do not smoke
Eat a balanced, healthy diet
Must exercise
Have a great amount of sleep
Controlling Diabetes
Keep alcohol intake low
Maintaining Blood Cholesterol
Keep blood pressure at a safe level
Controlling Weight
Avoid stress as far as possible
Learn how to manage stress
Exercise at least 30 minutes a day on most days of the week
 This can save all people from falling into a heart attack


Heart disease is the danger for human life the heart is not checked from time to time, then the persons life can go on, therefore it is necessary to properly treat the doctor.

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