Different types of Heart Disease

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Heart disease which results from oral plaque buildup in your coronary arteries a condition known as vascular disease that results in blockages.

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Different types of Heart Disease

  1. 1. Types of Heart Diseases
  2. 2. Angina pectoris It is a medical term for chest pain that occurs due to insufficient supply of blood to the heart. Also known as angina, it is a warning signal for heart attack. The chest pain is at intervals ranging for few seconds or minutes. Based on the causes and risk factors, angina is of different types.
  3. 3. Arrhythmia Sometimes the heart’s electrical system does not function normally. It may race, become slow, irregular, skip beats or sometimes the heart’s electrical signal does not move in the proper sequence. This causes the heart to beat faster or slower than normal, or erratically. These abnormal rhythms are called arrhythmias.
  4. 4. Myocarditis It is an inflammation of the heart muscle usually caused by viral, fungal, and bacterial infections affecting the heart. It is an uncommon disease with few symptoms like joins pain, leg swelling or fever that cannot be directly related to the heart.
  5. 5. Cardiomyopathy It is the weakening of the heart muscle or a change in the structure of the muscle due to inadequate heart pumping. Some of the common causes of cardiomyopathy are hypertension, alcohol consumption, viral infections, and genetic defects.
  6. 6. Coronary Heart Disease (CHD) Also known as coronary artery disease, it is the most common type of heart disease across the world. It is a condition in which plaque deposits block the coronary blood vessels leading to a reduced supply of blood and oxygen to the heart.

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