How To Have a Healthy Heart

In the United States, heart disease is the leading cause of death. Heart disease is used to describe several conditions but many of these conditions relate to plaque buildup in the walls of the arteries. Heart disease prevents blood, increasing the risk of heart attack, stroke, angina, and heart failure. Additionally, men are more vulnerable due to them making […]

Warning Signs of Myocardial Infarction

Myocardial infarction, which is sometimes called a cardiac arrest, is a serious condition that could kill you. It is an illness because of a lack of oxygen-rich blood reaching the heart’s muscles. Although there are several potential culprits, a lack of blood flow is caused by a clog in one or more of the heart […]

An Overview of Cardiovascular Diseases

Heart and blood vessels are two parts of the cardiovascular system. The phrase “cardiovascular disease” (CVD) embraces a wide range of disorders, including the ones mentioned below. Diagnosis and treatment of coronary heart disease Angina, myocardial infarction (MI), and heart failure are all symptoms of coronary heart disease (CHD), which is also known as coronary […]


An arrhythmia is a heart rhythm that is out of sync. People with arrhythmias have a faster or slower beating heart than those without the condition. Your heart may beat abnormally for a variety of reasons, and the treatment you receive depends on the underlying cause. If your heart is racing, you’re dizzy or lightheaded, […]

Cardiac Tamponade


A cardiac tamponade is when blood or other fluids expand the sac that typically retains the heart’s content. As a consequence of the pressure, your heart’s capacity to pump blood will be impaired, which will have the effect of reducing your blood pressure. Both disease and trauma have the potential to bring on a cardiac […]

Acute Pericarditis

This condition is caused by an inflammatory process that leads to symptoms such as chest pain, ECG alterations, and, in certain cases, an effusion of the pericardium, as well as changes in the electrocardiogram (ECG). At least two of these three traits must be present to make a diagnosis. Acute pericarditis is the most prevalent […]

Atrial Septal Defect

If you have a hole between the top chambers of your heart, it’s called an atrial septal defect (ASD. The increased flow of blood through the lungs is a result of the hole. The birthmark of the disease is a congenital heart defect. Atrial septal defects as small as a few microns may be discovered […]

Accurate Diagnosis for Valve insufficiency 

Accurate diagnoses and treatment can reduce the risk of complications.    Changes in the heart due to old age  High level of hypertension Atrial fibrillation and heart valve disease  Inability to breathe or faint    In order to better comprehend the causes of aortic valve illness, it may be necessary to grasp how the heart […]

Sinus Bradycardia

  Sinus bradycardia is a condition when your heart beats less frequently than usual, typically below 60 bpm, but it still performs normally. It frequently happens, especially in persons who regularly exercise and in people over 65. When this happens, you could feel weak, easily fatigued, worn out, and breathless. Bradycardia occasionally happens without any […]


Angina is also known as angina pectoris, but it’s not the same thing. Many people who have angina say that the pain is like squeezing, tightness, heaviness, or pain in the chest. It might feel like a big weight is on your chest. New pain that needs to be checked by a doctor, or pain […]