Congestive Heart Failure is also known as heart failure, occurs when your heart doesn’t pump enough blood as well it should. There are certain conditions, such as narrowed arteries (coronary artery disease) or high blood pressure, will gradually leave your heart to stuff or weak to fill and pump blood efficiently.
There are certain conditions leading to heart failure can’t be reversed, but there are treatments that can improve the signs and symptoms and help you live longer. To improve quality of life, lifestyle changes such as exercising, reducing sodium intake, managing stress and losing weight must be implemented. One way to prevent heart failure is to control the conditions that lead to it.