What are cardiovascular diseases?
The CVD are a class of diseases that affect the heart and blood vessels (arteries and veins). In most cases, this is due to the progressive effects of atherosclerosis in the arteries. Common examples of cardiovascular disease are related to coronary arteries, stroke and peripheral vascular disease.
What are the symptoms of cardiovascular disease?
Symptoms of cardiovascular disease depend on the location of the disease in the body. Common symptoms include symptoms of stroke, angina symptoms, and symptoms of peripheral vascular disease.