Sudden heart failure can be prevented
by avoiding the triggers that cause it. Not all people are
sensitive to or react to the same triggers. What may cause sudden heart failure
in one person may not cause another person any difficulty. To avoid
sudden heart failure:
- Pay attention to your symptoms. Changes in
your weight, difficulty breathing, decreased appetite, and swelling (usually
first noticed in the feet and legs) may be signs that your heart failure is
- Keep your diet, exercise, and medicine routine as
close to the same schedule as possible.
- Avoid things that you know
can trigger heart failure, such as eating too much salt.
How can you avoid triggers for sudden heart failure?