There are a variety and array of heart diseases that are destroying the functioning of the heart.
There are two basic types of heart diseases: coronary heart disease and pulmonary heart disease. Coronary heart disease or atherosclerotic is caused by the accumulation of atheromonic plaques in the walls of the coronary arteries. Pulmonary heart diseases occur due to lung disorders. This occurs when the right side of the heart has to push vigorously to distribute air, the heart muscles swell and heart failure can occur.
Other most common types of heart diseases include high blood pressure,
heart stroke, heart attack, ischemic disease, cardiac rhythm disorder, tachycardia, cardiomyopathy, cardiac murmur, rheumatic disease, hypertensive disease. Mycocardial infection, commonly known as a heart attack, when the heart is not given enough oxygen to function properly.
Ischemic disease is caused by reduced blood flow to the arteries. Rhythm disturbances occur when there is a change in the sound of the heartbeat. However most people cannot recognize it unless properly diagnosed by a doctor stethoscope.
Most cardiovascular diseases occur either due to decreased.
blood flow and lack of oxygen in the body. However rapid increase and decrease in heartbeat are also serious symptoms that cause heart diseases.
Tachycardia is a disease that occurs unnecessarily due to rapid heartbeat. Another dangerous risk to the heart is rheumatic fever; This fever occurs when a specific bacterial infection known as a streptococcal bacterial infection is left untreated.
This fever causes cardiovascular disorders and is called rheumatic heart disease.
The disease can also affect the brain and joints. Cardiomyopathy, it is a serious threat to the heart muscle and a major cause of cardio death.
This disease can also occur due to unnecessary use of alcohol. Both men and women suffer from major types of cardiovascular risks, although the only difference is that men are more affected by cardiomyopathy while women suffer from high blood pressure and hypertension.