Heart disease is often mistaken for a singular condition. It actually classifies numerous health conditions that affect heart function and is thus generalized. Heat diseases include many conditions from heart blockages to coronary artery disease. A commonly occurring condition is dysfunctional heart valves, resulting in a host of complications. Being a muscle, the heart receives oxygen and nutrients from your blood system. If complications arise within your blood it is likely that your heart will suffer. As a result many functions of your body can begin failing. Heart disease stems from multiple factors including genetics and a range of illnesses. When an alternate cause to genetics is located, heart problems are commonly treatable. Therefore understanding the underlying factors causing a patient’s heart problems is essential. Here we have provided an overview of the ten most common causes of heart disease.
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