About 2 years ago (2019), the physical examination accidentally found that the left ventricular diastolic function decreased, and then underwent cardiography, which was normal. Recently this year, we did color Doppler echocardiography, which indicated that the left ventricular diastolic function decreased. ECG is normal and there are no discomfort symptoms. Will it progress to heart failure in the future? How long can you live?
Left ventricular diastolic function is decreased. In clinical examination, many patients will have the return of this data. If the patient does not have the symptoms of heart failure, the return of color Doppler ultrasound is of little clinical significance, and it does not suggest that it will develop into systolic failure in the future. This is not the early manifestation of systolic failure and heart failure
Your performance should have nothing to do with it. With the gradual increase of age, most of the organs of the human body will degenerate or decline in function, and the diastolic function of the left heart will decline, that is to say, its function will be reduced to a certain extent. This is a normal degradation process, so you don't have to worry about how. It's also normal to have left heart failure when you get older.
The examination is only for reference. It needs to be judged comprehensively in combination with your clinical symptoms, ECG and previous medical history. At present, it should be no problem. It is recommended to check blood glucose, blood pressure, blood lipid, blood uric acid and thyroid function. At ordinary times, pay attention to maintaining a healthy lifestyle, ensure good sleep, keep a good mood, and eat more green vegetables and fruits