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1 year ago
Is heart failure dangerous?
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1 year ago
More advanced stages of heart failure can increase the chances of dangerous complications; this can increase the risk of hospitalization and death. Heart failure together with other heart diseases is more serious.
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1 year ago
Is depression a cause of heart failure?
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1 year ago
Depression can lead to unhealthy diet and lifestyle choices, such as unhealthy food, lack of exercise, etc.; which can increase the risk of heart disease, such as heart failure.
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1 year ago
What is the prognosis for heart failure?
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1 year ago
Heart failure requires lifelong medication and lifestyle changes. Despite that, it is not uncommon for heart failure patients to get hospitalized again for some emergency or develop complications of heart failure. Heart failure also lowers the life expectancy.
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1 year ago
Can smoking weed, lead to heart failure?
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1 year ago
It is not conclusive if smoking weed leads to heart failure. What is true is that it causes some changes to the heart and blood vessels (such as a fast heartbeat, increased requirement of oxygen by the heart, increased blood pressure, etc.), which increases the work of the heart, thereby increasing the possibility of heart failure.
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1 year ago
What is biventricular heart failure?
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1 year ago
Heart failure can be right-sided (which is the part that receives blood from the body) or left-sided (which is the part that pumps blood to the body). If both of these occur together, it is termed as biventricular heart failure.
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1 year ago
What role do calcium-channel blockers play in heart failure?
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1 year ago
Calcium-channel blockers are a class of drugs used in the treatment of heart failure. They lower blood pressure by relaxing the blood vessels, which reduces the load on the already-overworked heart muscle during heart failure.
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1 year ago
Can block arteries lead to heart failure?
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1 year ago
Yes, when an artery supplying blood to the heart becomes blocked, the heart has to manage the same amount of work with less oxygen and nutrients. This over time can lead to heart failure.
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1 year ago
How does anorexia lead to heart failure?
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1 year ago
Anorexia has a negative effect on the heart: It affects blood circulation, causes low blood pressure, slows down the heart or cause irregular heartbeat, and can lead to heart failure. It may also cause heart valve disease.
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1 year ago
Can bypass patients suffer from heart failure?
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1 year ago
Heart failure can sometimes occur in patients who have had bypass surgery—this can happen soon after the surgery or later. This can be due to various reasons related to the surgery itself or heart or kidney injury.
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1 year ago
What is systolic heart failure/systolic dysfunction?
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1 year ago
Systolic heart failure, or systolic dysfunction, is a subtype of left-sided heart failure. This term is used when the left ventricle fails to effectively pump blood out of the heart. Thus, a less-than-usual amount of blood per beat is ejected out of the heart.
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1 year ago
What is the role of vitamin D in heart failure?
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1 year ago
Vitamin D influences the absorption of calcium, which is required by the heart muscle cells to pump. Vitamin D is also required for certain chemicals essential to the heart to work properly. Thus, deficiency of vitamin D could cause or aggravate heart failure.
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1 year ago
What are the symptoms of heart failure?
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1 year ago
Heart failure can present with a myriad of symptoms: Breathlessness (while performing everyday physical activities or on lying down), swelling on the feet, ankles, and legs, restlessness, cough, sweating, or abnormal heartbeat and respiration among other symptoms.
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