In America there are many things people fear. Some people fear heights some people fear gaining weight. A tragic and life changing fear for me is being diagnosed with Heart Disease. One of the most common killers are Heart Disease. Statistics show that Dilated Cardiomyopathy is the third most common cause of heart failure in the United States. There are many forms of Heart Disease but Cardiomyopathy has three different types and every form is deadly.
Cardiomyopathy has several diseases that affects the myocardium (Heart muscle) and are associated with mechanical and electrical dysfunction. There are three different types of Cardiomyopathy and they are Dilated Cardiomyopathy, Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy and Restrictive Cardiomyopathy. The prognosis is extremely vital when dealing with Heart Disease because there are many types and the all half to be treated accordingly. Each type is treated differently upon diagnosis but they all could have been brought about through the same clause.
How would you know that you have a heart disease? Research shows that the only way to determine a problem concerning the heart can only be though an “Electrocardiogram” also known as an EKG or ECG. After the EKG is interpreted by a specialist she or he will then explain what the prognosis means to the patient. After the first interpretation is given there is one more step called the diagnosis. The diagnosis informs the patient of the type of disease their carrying and how it affects their lives and also how to treat it.
It is extremely important to get checked out by a specialist if you are showing some of the giving symptoms concerning heart disease. Some symptoms include tiredness, irregular heartbeat, extreme fatigue, and abdominal bloating. Some of the most obvious symptoms are breathing difficulties, dizziness which might lead to a person fainting. My advice to readers if you are anyone you know has shown even one of these giving symptoms get an “EKG” as soon as possible....