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Characteristics Disease Heart Failure

November 23, 2014 beninguide 0 Comments

Health must be a top priority in life. Maintaining health is very important primarily anda.Salah vital organs which are the heart of where he is tasked to pump blood throughout your body. If the heart is sick it will greatly affect your entire body

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Therefore you need to know how the characteristics of heart failure disease so that you can handle it early.

1. Shortness of breath

Weak heart makes the liquid back into the lungs, causing shortness of breath during exercise, as usual even when lying down. Collection of fluid in the lungs also cause coughing and asthma.

2. The collection of fluid in some parts of the body

Weak heart can not pump blood to the kidneys overall cause fluid retention and water in the body. Consequently ankles, legs, and abdomen becomes large or swollen. You also become more frequent to the restroom to get rid of excess fluid and do not be surprised if you feel nauseated or decreased appetite but your weight increases.

3. Dizziness, weakness, and fatigue

Because the heart is able to pump less blood only then you will be more tired and weak. Lack of blood supply in the brain causing dizziness and confusion. Do not let one think this is a symptom of anemia or lack of red blood cells.

4. irregular heartbeat and rapid

So the heart beats faster to pump blood throughout the body. This will trigger an irregular heartbeat and fast.

These symptoms could be just the one that appears or you do not even feel the symptoms as above. In addition, the symptoms that you may experience is not a symptom of heart failure. A person with symptoms similar to all of the above, does not mean they have severe heart. It could be people who just feel mild symptoms and thought little heart was already severely weakened. We recommend that if felt like the above symptoms, immediately consult a doctor for proper diagnosis and treatment.

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