Coronary Heart Disease, Cardiovascular diseases

Coronary Heart Disease, Cardiovascular diseases
Cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) affect the heart and blood vessels. Almost half of all adults in the U.S. have at least one form of heart disease. You may make lifestyle changes to manage cardiovascular disease or your healthcare provider may prescribe medications. The sooner you detect cardiovascular disease, the easier it is to treat.
Cardiovascular disease (heart disease) refers to a group of diseases that affect the heart and blood vessels of your body. These diseases can affect one or many parts of your heart and /or blood vessels. A person may be symptomatic (physically experience the disease) or be asymptomatic (not feel anything at all).
Heart disease includes heart or blood vessel problems of these types:
Abnormal heart rhythms.
Heart valve disease.
Narrowing of the blood vessels in your heart, other organs or throughout your body with plaque.
Heart squeezing and relaxation difficulties.
Heart and blood vessel problems that you’re
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