How to understand heart disease

How to understand heart disease

 Chest pain: - Cardiovascular chest pain is usually severe.  The pain starts during labor and the pain is cured in a very short time after taking rest.  With this type of chest pain, palpitations and shortness of breath may occur.  The pain can spread around the chest such as: neck, jaw, arms, hands, upper abdomen.  Sometimes the pain can spread to the back.  Some people do not feel chest pain without feeling strong pressure, burning sensation in the chest, the chest may feel very heavy.  This type of chest pain can occur if you are too excited.

 This type of pain can be felt when you are very anxious, after having a nightmare, after witnessing or knowing a heartbreaking event, when walking on a full stomach or in very cold weather, or when climbing a hill, when climbing stairs, doing normal activities in a hurry.  Maybe.  Symptoms of a heart attack include severe chest pain, excessive sweating, shortness of breath, palpitations, nausea, or vomiting.  In this case, an experienced doctor or hospital should be consulted very soon.

 Shortness of breath: - Shortness of breath with short exertion, feeling chest pain with shortness of breath or palpitations are the symptoms of heart disease.  There may be dry cough with shortness of breath.  Shortness of breath and coughing when lying in bed, waking up in the middle of the night for shortness of breath, feeling tight inside the chest with shortness of breath, shortness of breath while working out and decreased when resting.  Shortness of breath while sleeping and shortness of breath when sitting up are types of heartburn.  If you have these types of shortness of breath, you should understand that your heart rate has increased a lot.  It is vital that you get the right treatment.

 Chest throbbing: - We do not usually feel heartbeat or heartbeat.  Unbeknownst to us, our heartbeat is 80 to 100 times per minute, but if we ever feel a heartbeat in the chest, in this condition to understand the heartbeat is called palpitations or palpitations in the language of medicine.  Palpitations may be accompanied by other symptoms of heart disease.

 Dehydration: - Swelling of hands, feet, mouth and whole body in water is a major symptom of heart disease.  However, such symptoms can occur for other reasons as well.  Such as: liver failure, kidney failure, excessive anemia, during pregnancy, due to malnutrition, thyroid gland disease and sometimes as a side effect of various drugs.

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