Is It True That Asthma, Shortness Of Breath And Heart Disease Are Hereditary Weak?
Ass ,,, is it true if asthma, shortness of breath or weak heart can occur because of heredity
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In contrast to asthma and weak heart, shortness of breath is not the name of a disease, but only a symptom of an illness. Shortness of breath can also occur due to asthma and weak heart. Although, this does not rule out tightness arising from other factors, such as bronchitis, bronchhiolitis, allergies, pleural effusion, pneumothorax, congestive heart failure, heart valve disorders, heart rhythm disorders, gastroesophageal reflux disease, gastritis, panic attacks, and so on.
Asthma (asthma bronkhiale) occurs when the walls of the lower airway narrow and increase mucus production. This condition is not yet clear why. But indeed, it is strongly suspected that its appearance is related to genetic (hereditary) and environmental factors. In line with asthma, weak heart (in the medical realm is called cardiomyopathy) can arise due to a combination of genetic and environmental factors. The environmental factors that often trigger asthma are exposure to air substances (such as dust, pollen, cold, smoke, animal feces, animal hair), digestive infections, exposure to extreme temperatures, the influence of certain foods or drugs, stress, hormonal fluctuations, gastric acid reflux smoking habits, and so on. While weak heart, can be triggered by various environmental factors, such as long-term hypertension, heart tissue damage due to heart attack, valve or heart rhythm disorders, metabolic disorders, lack of nutrition (especially vitamin B1), pregnancy, alcoholism, narcotics abuse, connective tissue disorders , etc.
Because the clinical symptoms are almost similar, asthma and weak heart are often considered to be the same disease, even though the treatment is clearly much different. Therefore, if you experience shortness of breath or other symptoms that lead to asthma or weakness of the heart, you should check yourself directly to the doctor or internist.
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