Thursday, August 18, 2011
CHF, or congestive heart failure, the results are often by reason of unhealthy lifestyles such as smoking, addiction to alcohol, physical inactivity, lack of physical activity, diet rich in fat and cholesterol and obesity. Aelement from these unhealthy lifestyles, CHF may also be by reason of some reasons beyond our control. These include genetic factors, toxicity, illness and complications from another complaint.
High blood pressure often causes the left ventricle pumping more than enough work so that blood is pumped through the heart. Extend the pressure put forward by the left ventricle can cause weakening of the heart muscle resulting in heart failure.
Heart valves are responsible for directing the flow of blood in the right direction. When these valves are damaged because of some injuries, it causes blood to flow in the opposite direction. For this reason, the heart must make additional efforts to maintain pbaruction. If the valves are not treated, this condition will lead to heart failure.