The most common type of non-ischemic heart muscle disease is Dilated Cardiomyopathy Market. It affects the lower chamber of the ventricle as well as the upper chamber of the atria.
Typically, the disease begins in the left ventricle, and the heart muscle begins to dilate, or stretch and become thinner. As a result, the interior of the chamber expands. The problem frequently spreads to the right ventricle, then to the atria. As the heart chambers dilate, the heart muscle does not contract normally and cannot pump blood very well, resulting in heart failure in some cases.