Define Heart Failure
What is heart failure?
Heart failure describes a condition where the heart fails to pump blood around the body strong enough. This means that each agency receives insufficient blood supply; the most typical problems that arise, the heavy breathing and impaired physical performance. For a mild degree of heart failure is marked by this first effort, while in severe heart failure have shortness of breath even at rest. You will also notice that breathing becomes heavier when you lie down, and it will be easier in an upright position. Eventually, it may develop swelling in the legs and elsewhere in the body. Other symptoms include weakness, increased fatigability, decreased appetite.