What Causes Cardiomyopathy?

Q:

What are the causes of cardiomyopathy?

A:

In some cases, it is almost impossible to find out the causes of cardiomyopathy. But in some patients, doctors can identify some risk factors. Possible causes of the disease are:

Genetic conditions

Heart tissue damage caused by a previous heart attack

Heart valve problems

Chronic rapid heart rate

Long-term high blood pressure

Metabolic disorders (thyroid disease, obesity or diabetes)

Lack of essential vitamins or minerals

Pregnancy complications

Excessive intake of alcohol

Drug abuse

The use of chemotherapy drugs and radiation in cancer treatment

Infections

Hemochromatosis

Connective tissue disorders

Lumps of cells to grow in the heart and other organs

A disorder that causes the buildup of abnormal proteins

 

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