Recognize 4 Causes Of Sudden Death

In the world of health, sudden death is nothing new. There are several diseases or congenital abnormalities that exist without noticeable symptoms. Make a Prayer for healing often so that you avoid sudden death, especially if you are sick. Here are four diseases that can cause sudden death.

Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy
It is estimated that one in 500 people suffer from heart abnormalities that cause the heart muscle walls to thicken and lose strength. It is estimated that one percent of people with this disease die suddenly every year, usually because their heartbeats become too fast. Many of them are young and do not know that they have hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. Most hypertrophic cardiomyopathy is genetic. Know your family’s health history is the best way to prevent sudden death from this disease. The doctor can also do an EKG or ultrasound examination. Beware of symptoms such as shortness of breath and shortness of breath and heart palpitations that are out of normal. Medication, defibrillators, and surgery can sometimes help.

Faulty heart wiring
While cardiomyopathy changes the shape and thickness structure of the heart muscle, faulty heart wiring affects the electrical system that controls and synchronizes the heartbeat. The initial symptoms are often not felt by the sufferer until the ventricular chambers of the heart begin to vibrate and cannot pump properly and you fall down. This disease or disorder is also mostly genetic. Knowing your family’s health history and consulting a doctor is highly recommended.

Brain aneurysm
Most brain aneurysms are asymptomatic. According to the journal Stroke, there is about 40 percent of cases fatal. A cerebral aneurysm is a health condition due to abnormal enlargement of blood vessels in the brain. The causes include cerebral aneurysm, which is a health condition due to abnormal enlargement of blood vessels in the brain, consumption of tobacco, alcohol, blood pressure and high cholesterol. Avoiding triggers with a healthy lifestyle, such as not smoking and excessive alcohol consumption is the best way to prevent aneurysm conditions

Aortic dissection
Aortic dissection is a medical condition caused by tearing of the aortic blood vessels. In addition to men over the age of 40, people with diabetes, hypertension, high cholesterol, and smokers are also susceptible to this aortic dissection. In addition, this disease can also arise due to genetic factors. The highest risk is smokers. Cigarettes slowly cause injury to blood vessels, which separate the inside and the aortic wall. A healthy diet and regular exercise are the main keys to prevention. Plus, stay away from cigarettes and regularly do medical check-ups especially CT scans.

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