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Heart Disease
By : Nhia Moua

Research Question
How do you have heart disease when your all

What is Heart Disease?
○ Heart disease describes a range of conditions that affect your heart.

What cause Heart Disease?
○ begins with damage to the lining and inner layers of the coronary (heart) arteries. Several factors contribute to this damage. They include: smoking,high blood pressure

How can you have Heart
You have heart disease by smoking. And doing some other
stuff like having drugs.

What treatment would you have?
Treatment for coronary heart disease (CHD) usually
is the same for both women and men. Treatment
may include lifestyle changes, medicines, medical
and surgical procedures, and cardiac rehabilitation

Symptoms for heart disease
● Chest pain (angina)
● Shortness of breath.
● Pain, numbness, weakness or coldness in your legs or arms if the blood vessels in those parts of your body are narrowed.
● Pain in the neck, jaw, throat, upper abdomen or back.

Risk factors for heart Disease
Some risk factors for heart disease are under your control and some are not. Coronary artery disease causes roughly 1.2 million heart attacks each year, and more than forty percent of those suffering from a heart attack will die. Even more worrisome, 335,000 people withheart attacks will die in an emergency

department or before ever reaching the hospital. According to the American Heart Association,over 7 million Americans have
suffered a heart attack in their lifetime.

How can you get rid of Heart

Change your diet.
Start an exercise program.
Consider medications
Consider surgery.
Stop smoking

problems and diseases in the long run due to being overweight. One of those diseases is heart disease. A couple reasons why people are so overweight are lack of exercise, poor diet, and unfortunately also heredity. Heredity is major factor when dealing with heart disease or any disease in general. Issues, like heart disease and stroke. Heart disease has controllable risk factors like, hypertension, high cholesterol, diabetes tobacco use, obesity and poor diet. It is important for one to address these risks early because only then he or she can prevent the problems of cardiovascular disease.