What is Congestive heart failure?
Congestive heart failure is a condition in which the heart is unable to pump blood to the body or receive blood back to the heart normally. As a result, various organs in the body receive insufficient blood supply to meet their needs, leading to fatigue due to that lack of blood supply to the brain and muscles.
Causes and Risk Factors:
Chronic heart failure can be caused by diseases of blood vessels. The main causes are angina and hypertension, toxic Thyroid disease, chronic anaemia, cardiac arrhythmia.
- Avoid sugary foods, foods containing unsaturated fats, and very salty foods.
- Eat foods that are low in fat.
- Exercise regularly.
- Avoid smoking.
- Get enough sleep No stress.
- Control body weight.
- Have a health check-up at least once a year.