What Triggers Heart Failure in Hypertensive Heart Disease Heart Failure?

Q:
Is the hypertensive heart disease heart failure easy to happen? What are the triggering factors?
A:  
It depends. You should ask your doctor firstly. Here listed are the possible three triggers.
1. Too much sodium.
This is a common trigger for the hypertensive heart disease heart failure. Recalculate your sodium consumption at first. Then stay away from the canned foods or not fresh meals, fruits and vegetables.
2. Too much exercise.
More attention is needed during the exercise with heart problems.  Stop it right now and ask for professional help if you are experiencing signs like out of breath, chest pain and dizzy.
3.Medicines side effects.
You must tell your doctor all the medicines you are taking, yes, everyone and one by one.

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