The system which supplies blood to our body is called the circulatory or cardiovascular system, heart, arteries, veins, and capillaries are part of the cardiovascular system.

For unhealthy lifestyles and other reasons, as published on Medical News Today on July 26, 2019. Cardiovascular diseases are the most common reason for deaths in the US and around the world, but fortunately, there are many ways to reduce the risk of developing these diseases. These diseases are curable with proper medication and treatment 

Conditions of CVD Diseases

There are different diseases and conditions associated with cardiovascular disease, some of which develop separately while others come in a group. The conditions and diseases that affect the heart are:

Heart Attack, 

The worst condition is a sudden blockage of blood flow and oxygen supply to the heart. 


 In this disease, the heart does not beat regularly or rhythm 

Coronary Artery Disease

In this condition, it affects the arteries, which feed the muscles of the heart, 

Heart Failure

This disease is the main cause of heart failure because the heart can not contract or relax as usual 


This is the most common type of heart disease in wich a person feels sever chest pain 

 Congenital Heart Disease

This problem, the structure of the heart, is present from birth 

Pulmonary Stenosis

In this condition, chest pain occurs due to narrowing pulmonary artery which reduces blood flow to the right ventrical 

Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy

In this disease, the walls of the heart muscle become thick and cause problems while relaxing muscle and blood flows and develops electrical instability.

Mitral Valve Prolapse

In this condition mitral valve bulges into the left atrium due to some reasons while contacting 

Atrial Fibrillation

The risk of stroke increased in this condition due to an irregular rhythm

Radiation Heart Disease

Heart valves and blood vessel’s damage when radiation directly hits the chest 

Aortic Stenosis

In this condition, the valve of the heart becomes narrow, which causes blockage of blood flow, leaving the heart

Dilated Cardiomyopathy

In this disease, the heart gets larger than its actual size and cannot pump properly, 

Mitral Regurgitation

In this condition, the mitral valve did not work properly and leaks blood back during the heart contraction 

Aortic Stenosis

Any valve in the heart gets narrow and causes blood blockage 

Rheumatic Heart Disease

Inflammation caused by strep throat in the heart affects the function of valves 

Vascular Diseases

This disease affects veins, arteries, and capillaries around the heart and throughout the body, the diseases include in Vascular diseases are 


this condition walls of blood vessels are filled with a plaque which causes narrowing and reduces the flow of blood and oxygen. 

Raynaud’s disease

In these conditions, arteries spasming and inhibiting blood flow for a short period ,

Renal Artery Disease

This disease affects the blood flow in kidneys and causes high blood pressure 

Peripheral Artery Disease

The arteries which supply blood to the limbs become narrow and reduce the flow of blood to and from limbs

Ischemic Stroke

The brain becomes damaged because of moving blood clots to it 

Blood Clotting Disorders

In this condition, the blood did not remain in its proper condition and forms blood clots too fast that cause excessive bleeding 


The artery bulge or enlarge that bleed or rupture 

Peripheral Venous Disease

It is a general type of damage in veins that transports blood to the arms and feet, this condition causes varicose veins and leg swelling 

Buerger’s Disease

In this disease inflammation and swelling in the legs occurs due to blood clots 

Venous Blood Clots

This condition breaks loose and becomes dangerous if clots travel to pulmonary


Although these diseases are very harmful and dangerous, it is possible to manage these health conditions just by changing lifestyle, controlling diabetes, eating healthy, doing proper exercise, losing weight, and a healthy diet. But sometimes, these conditions can be fatal and require emergency surgery