Posted on - March 10, 2021
Left ventricular hypertrophy is the enlargement and thickening of the walls of the heart's main pumping chamber that is the left side. It is caused mostly because high blood pressure, Diabetes, and Arrhythmia. Identifying LVH becomes difficult at initial levels as the other side compensates for the left side.
It is recommended to visit a doctor as and when the ECG shows LVH it puts you at a higher risk of congestive heart failure and irregular heart rhythms. Treatment of High blood pressure can help to ease the symptoms of Left Ventricular Hypertrophy. The doctor may prescribe you medications depending on the damage that has occurred, keeping a check on your blood pressure and having a healthy diet is also prescribed. Exercising and doing yoga is best to maintain health.