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Congestive heart failure, also more commonly known as heart failure, happens when the muscle of the heart doesn't pump blood as efficiently as it should. There are certain conditions which will progressively leave the heart too stiff or too weak to pump well. These conditions include high blood pressure, narrowed arteries of the heart, and more. Unfortunately, it's not possible to reverse all the conditions which lead to congestive heart failure. However, there are treatments available which can help improve the symptoms and help those who suffer from the condition live longer.

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Congestive heart failure is one of those dangerous diseases because it doesn't manifest symptoms at the beginning. This is because, for a specified period, your heart and your body can still make up for the condition through the process called compensation. In such a process, your heart may start pumping faster while also pumping more blood each time it beats. However, as time goes by, the heart will get weaker. It will start having trouble pumping enough blood throughout the body. When this happens, you may begin experiencing the common signs and symptoms of congestive heart failure. These will emerge once your heart isn't able to pump adequate blood to the rest of the body.

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