Ischemic Heart Disease (or coronary heart disease) is heart condition characterized by the blockage of the artery that is responsible for transferring blood to and from the heart. Usually, the accumulation of fatty substances is the primary reason behind the blockage of the concerned artery. This heart disorder mostly occurs when a person is exercising or carrying out activities that require heavy physical exertion, or is experiencing periods of stress or excessive cold. Nausea, dizziness, weakness, irregular heartbeat and shortness of breath are some of the symptoms of this disease.
HOW IS ISCHEMIC HEART DISEASE DIAGNOSED?
Ischemic Heart Disease cannot be cured, but its symptoms can be managed through various treatments such as lifestyle medication, surgeries and medications.