Prevention & Treatment of Heart Failure

Updated:May 19,2015

Take steps to manage heart failure graphicHeart failure caused by damage to the heart that has developed over time can't be cured. But it can be treated, quite often with strategies to improve symptoms.

Successful treatment depends on your willingness to get involved in managing this condition, whether you're the patient or a caregiver. You and your loved ones are an active part of the healthcare team.

Your treatment plan may include:heart failure

Regardless of your treatment, you need to follow all of your doctor's recommendations and make the necessary changes in diet, exercise and lifestyle to give you the highest possible quality of life. View an animation of heart failure

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This content was last reviewed on 04/06/2015.

Heart Failure Questions to Ask Your Doctor

Questions to ask your doctor

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