Heart disease, Causes of Heart Disease
Heart disease is a disease that occurs in cardiac performance due to the disruption of the heart to pump blood.
Causes of Heart Disease
Eating foods that contain high cholesterol causes heart disease
Lack of rest
High stress levels
High blood pressure
History of hereditary heart disease in the family
Symptoms of Heart Disease
Pain. Heart disease is caused when the muscles are not getting enough blood (a condition called ischemia), then the oxygen is inadequate and excessive metabolic cause cramps or spasms. Angina is a feeling of tightness in the chest or squeezing chest feeling, which arises when the heart muscle not getting enough blood. The type and severity of pain or discomfort varies in each person. Some people experience a lack of blood flow could not feel any pain at all (a condition called silent ischemia).
Shortness of breath is a symptom of heart disease commonly found in heart failure. Congested as a result of the influx of fluid into the air cavity in the lungs (pulmonary congestion or pulmonary edema).
Fatigue or exhaustion. If the heart is not pumping effectively, blood flow to the muscles during activity will be reduced, leading to heart disease patients feel weak and tired. Symptoms of heart disease is often mild. To overcome this, people with heart disease usually reduce gradually its activity or thought these symptoms as part of aging.
Palpitations (heart pounding).
DanPingsan dizziness. Decreased blood flow due to rate or abnormal heart rhythm or because of poor pumping ability, can cause dizziness and fainting.
Prevention of Heart Disease
Congenital heart disease or non-treatment side effects can be prevented. Here are some things you can reduce your risk of heart disease:
Get regular exercise
Losing weight (if overweight).
Eat healthy foods rich in vitamin C, low salt, and less cholesterol. (Foods rich in sodium, fat and cholesterol can cause atherosclerosis and increased blood pressure)