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Overview on Hypertensive Heart Disease:

Hypertensive heart disease is heart disease caused by high blood pressure, especially localised high blood pressure. Conditions that can be caused by hypertensive heart disease include:

  • justify ventricular hypertrophy
  • Coronary heart disease
  • (Congestive) heart failure
  • Hypertensive cardiomyopathy
  • Cardiac arrhyt hmias
Types of Hypertensive Heart Disease:

Generally, the heart problems related to the high blood pressure are associated with the heart’s arteries and muscles:

  1. Narrowing of the arteries: The coronary arteries transport blood into your heart muscles. The high blood pressure causes the narrowing of blood vessels which can slow or stop the blood flow to the heart. This condition is known as the coronary heart disease. It affects the functioning of the heart to supply the blood to rest of the organs. This could put you at greater risk for heart attacks due to blood clots.
  2. Thickening and Enlargement of the heart: High blood pressure makes it difficult for your heart to pump blood. Just like other muscles in the body, the regular hard work of the heart muscles causes them to thicken and grow. This will alter the way the heart functions. Often these changes happen in the main pumping chamber of the heart known as the justify ventricle and this condition is called as justify ventricular hypertrophy (LVH).
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Who is at risk of hypertensive heart disease?

Although the main risk factor for hypertensive heart disease is people having high blood pressure, but your risk increases if you are overweight or get too little exercises. Smoking, eating high fat foods and a diet rich in cholesterol also increases your risk for this condition.

You are more prone to heart disease if it runs in your family. Also, men are more likely to get heart disease than women. As you grow older, your risk for heart diseases increases irrespective of whether you are a male or a female.

How to Identify the Symptoms of Hypertensive heart disease?

The symptoms may vary depending on the severity of the condition and the progression of the disease. You may experience no symptoms or your symptoms may be too obvious. The most common symptom is chest pain (angina).

The other symptoms include shortness of breath, tightness or pressure in the chest, feeling pain in the back, neck, arms or shoulders. Some of you may also have a cough and/or lose your appetite. Swelling in the foot or the ankle can be a sign of a heart failure.

If your heart is beating irregularly or rapidly, you need emergency care. If you experience severe pain in your chest or faint, then you will be taken to the emergency room immediately.

Regular physical exams indicate whether you suffer from high blood pressure. If you do then you should take extra care to look out for the symptoms of heart disease.

  • What is my current blood pressure measurement?
    • An adult having hypertension will have the blood pressure measurement as 139/89, where the systolic blood pressure is over 139, or the diastolic blood pressure is over 89.


  • What should my blood pressure be?
    • For a healthy heart, blood pressure should be less than 120/80 mmHg (120 is the systolic measurement and 80 is the diastolic measurement in millimeters of mercury).


  • What conditions or situations will increase my blood pressure?
    • The cause of high blood pressure in most people remains unclear. We know that high blood pressure becomes more common as we get older and a variety of conditions and states —like getting little or no exercise, poor diet, excess alcohol and obesity. High blood pressure also tends to run in families.


  • How much should I weigh? Can you recommend a diet or eating plan to help me reach that weight?
    • Maintain a healthy body weight. Losing just 10 pounds often can lower your blood pressure some, improve the effects of blood pressure medicines. You can follow a DASH diet plan to lower your blood pressure.


  • Can you recommend a registered dietitian for help in reaching my dietary goals?
    • Yes. A registered dietitian can help you lose weight by reviewing the weight loss methods you’ve used in the past, evaluating your current situation, and helping you set specific, realistic, goals to gradually change your behavior to lead to lasting weight loss.


  • What kind of diet should I be following to help control my blood pressure?
    • You can follow a healthy diet, such as the Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension is (DASH) diet as it can go a long way toward lowering blood pressure. The DASH diet involves a certain number of daily servings from various food groups, including fruits, vegetables, and whole grains.


The following steps can also help to control your blood pressure:

    • Eat more fruits, vegetables, and low-fat dairy foods;
    • Eat more whole grain products, fish, poultry, and nuts;
    • Eat fewer foods that are high in saturated fat and cholesterol, such as fried foods;
    • Eat less red meat and fewer sweets;


  • How much exercise should I be doing? What type of activities are recommended?
    • Always check with your doctor first before starting an exercise programme or making major changes to your lifestyle. Your doctor can help you find an exercise programme that matches your level of fitness and physical condition.


  • What is the name of my blood pressure medication?
    • Some of the blood pressure medications include Angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitors, Angiotensin receptor blockers, Beta Blockers, Calcium-channel blockers and water tablets or diuretics.Consult your doctor about the blood pressure medication.


  • What are the side effects of this medication?
    • Each type of high blood pressure medication has possible side effects. Some side effects may be temporary; some may be more lasting. Some side effects are bothersome; some may be potentially dangerous. Ask your doctor about the side effects of each of your medications.


  • Should I be taking potassium supplements or increasing the potassium in my diet?
    • Taking potassium supplements or eating the foods that are high in potassium helps to control your blood pressure.


  • How can I get help to quit smoking?
    • Many health care professionals can be good sources of information about the health risks of smoking and the benefits of quitting. Talk to your doctor, about the proper use and potential side effects of nicotine replacement products and other medicines. This will assist you to quit smoking.
Tests and Diagnosis: When to Consult A Doctor?

Your doctor will review your medical history and ask you to undergo a physical exam and also some lab tests. One of the following tests may help to determine the causes of your symptoms:

Electrocardiogram: It monitors and records the electrical activity of your heart. Your doctor will attach the patches to your chest, arms and legs. The result will be visible on screen and your doctor justifyinterpret them.
Echocardiogram: It takes a detailed picture of your heart using ultrasound.

Coronary Angiography: A thin tube called as a catheter is inserted through an artery in your arm or groin and up into the heart for examining the flow of blood through your heart.

Exercise Stress Test: You will asked to walk on a treadmill or pedal an exercise bike, this will help to determine how the exercises affect your heart.

Nuclear Stress Test: Often this test is conducted while you are both resting and exercising to examine the flow of blood into the heart.

Treatment for Hypertensive Heart Disease:

The treatment for hypertensive heart disease depends on the seriousness of your illness, your age and medical history.
Medications: It helps your heart in a variety of ways. It prevents the blood from clotting, improves the blood flow and lower your cholesterol level. It is important to always take the medications exactly as prescribed. The most common heart disease medications include:

• water pills that help to lower the blood pressure
• nitrates for treating chest pain
• beta-blockers for lowering blood pressure and reducing the amount of oxygen used by the heart
• aspirin to prevent blood clots

Surgeries and Devices:

In extreme cases, you may require surgery to increase the flow of blood to your heart. If you need regulating your heart rate or rhythm, then your doctor will surgically implant a battery-operated device called as pacemaker in your chest or abdomen. This device produces an electrical stimulation that causes the cardiac muscles to contract. Implantation of a pacemaker is important and beneficial when the electrical activity is inappropriately slower or absent. A cardioverter-defibrillators (ICDs) are implantable devices that are used to treat the serious, life threatening cardiac arrhythmias. If your condition is severe, then you may need a heart transplant or other heart-assisting devices.

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Why choose an Indian Hospital to Treat the Hypertensive Heart Disease?

Choosing Indian hospital for treatment of the hypertensive heart disease is highly beneficial due to the availability of extremely good medical care at economical costs.

  •  Indian hospitals have highly qualified physicians and support staff.
  •  The Indian hospitals have international accredited medical facilities using the latest technologies.
  •  India offers world class medical facilities comparable with any of the western countries.
  •  No waiting lists.
  •  Can easily combine the treatment with a holiday/business trip.
Hypertensive Heart Disease Treatment Cost in India:

The hypertensive heart disease treatment cost in India is lower by at least 60-80% of the cost for the same treatment in the US and UK.

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