Differences In Hypertensive Heart Disease And Hypertensive Heart Failure?
Good morning, I want to ask the difference between HHF and HHD then to distinguish whether there is a distinctive sign? thank you
Good afternoon, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. HHD or hypertensive heart disease is a condition of heart disease caused by high blood pressure. High blood pressure can constantly cause various kinds of disorders of the liver, both in the form of heart failure (heart failure), coronary heart disease, enlarged heart space and much more. So simply, HHD is the big title, and HHF (hypertensive heart failure) is part of HHD. So these are not two completely different diseases and cannot be distinguished according to their distinctive signs, because indeed one is part of the other.
Among the factors that increase a person's risk for experiencing this condition are:
Having high blood pressure, especially those that are not controlled
Lack of exercise
Eat foods high in fat and cholesterol
Have a family history of similar complaints
Regarding the symptoms, not much different from heart failure caused by other things, such as shortness of breath, fatigue, swelling in the body, weight gain and so forth. If you experience or know someone who is suspected of having heart failure, consult your heart doctor regardless of the possible cause.
Meanwhile, to maintain heart health, live a healthy lifestyle by staying away from cigarettes, dust and pollution, exercising regularly, maintaining food intake by eating high nutritious foods such as vegetables and fruits, avoiding stress, regular exercise, adequate rest, and if you have already experienced high blood pressure, reduce salt and control routine. So, hopefully answering your question.