The next widespread type includes a dilated one. Such cardiomyopathy occurs while the lower chambers of the heart, also known as the ventricles, get larger and weaker. The left ventricle is the first place to be damaged. Sooner or later, the issue spreads over to the right side. The attacked chambers cannot pump blood the way they should. Patients feel their primary muscle functioning in a wrong manner. Many patients face such outcomes as heart failure, irregular rate, and blood clots.

There is also a restrictive (limited) type of this disorder. The lower chambers get tough while the walls of this primary life organ remain the same. It prevents the heart muscle from relaxing and fulfilling its functions correctly. As the time passes by, the cardiomyopathy prevents the heart from pumping the blood. The heart valves may suffer; patients also risk facing heart failure.

Finally, there is an Arrhythmogenic right ventricular dysplasia. This phenomenon cannot be noticed often. The patients face a serious problem: some fatty tissues remove the healthy muscle tissue. It happens in the right lower chamber of the heart. As a result, the electrical signals break down. Most of the time, such issue is experienced by children and adolescents. People who do sports can face this problem too.