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What are the different types of heart disorders?

In the 21st century, a huge percentage of the Indian population experienced various types of cardiovascular diseases and in 2015, more than one-quarter of deaths had been reported. Around 17.9 million people died worldwide from these diseases in 2016, which was 31% of global deaths.

India is the centre of excellence in healthcare due to availability of highly qualified medical professionals, top-quality medical institutions, latest infrastructure and affordable treatments. Thus, patients of various nations who are suffering from different diseases along with cardiovascular ailment avail the services of medical tourism in India and visit India to get them cured. Chikitsatour is a reputed medical tourism operator in Kolkata, and here we will discuss various types of heart disorders and their symptoms so that you can elaborate your problems to medical and technical experts which will help you to take necessary steps to avail affordable treatments in India.


Due to blockage in coronary arteries, heart muscles don’t get enough blood and oxygen. This may cause sudden death. The patients of heart attacks or other heart diseases are in maximum risk.


Silent Ischemia is also a kind of coronary artery disease. Here, blood flow to the heart muscle is reduced, but there is very little pain or negligible symptoms.


Due to narrowing or muscle spasms of the arteries, your heart will not get enough oxygen and nutrients which will cause discomfort or pain. These issues in arteries are caused due to smoking, extremely cold environment, sudden strong emotions and few other factors. The symptoms are aching, burning, cramping, heaviness, indigestion, pain, feeling extreme pressure, shortness of breath, squeezing, feeling tightness on chest, sweating and dizziness.


Sometimes, if the blood flow is blocked, a part of the heart muscle can be damaged permanently. However, the damage can be reversed or cured, if the blockage does not continue and the heart receives enough blood, oxygen and nutrients again. So, after a heart attack, the patient should get quick medical aid. The symptoms may include intense chest pain, heavy feeling, pressure, fainting, vomiting, rapid heartbeat, profuse sweating, shortness of breath etc.


If the heart does not pump enough blood to meet the body’s need, then the heart may experience a failure. It may happen due to high blood pressure, diabetes, coronary artery disease, past heart attacks, lung disease and few other reasons.


If the heart’s electrical signal does not move in proper sequence, then it may cause slow and irregular beats or skipping the beats. The symptoms are chest pain, shortness of breath, fainting, dizziness, rapid palpitations and a few more.