Recognize the Signs of Heart Disease Public

Heart disease does not know age. Not a few people who look but apparently suffered a heart attack. Even a heart attack claimed as a human being the number one killer in the world. In the United States, 1.5 million people die each year from heart attacks.

Actual heart attack risk can be minimized as long as you can recognize early symptoms of heart disease. In order to minimize the risk of heart attack. Here’s a simple info recognize heart disease according to the American Heart Associaton, National Heart Lung and Blood Institute.

Chest discomfort
Discomfort in the chest is not just a symptom of heart disease but also other diseases. But if the bad taste or chest pain occurs more regularly, it should be suspected as a symptom of heart disease. Do not let these symptoms if it occurs more frequently. Especially if you have a history of this disease. immediately consult with a physician to be addressed before it’s too late.

Discomfort in the Upper Body
These symptoms are fairly common, but by no means be ignored. Pain that feels heavy and uncomfortable on the back, neck, arms, hips, shoulders, elbows, jaw, ears hinga also be indicated as a heart attack. Again, the more likely if your family has a history of heart disease.

Digestive Problems
Although there seem trivial but a very close relationship between gastrointestinal problems with the heart. When you often feel upset stomach and nausea without cause, do not ignore these symptoms because it may be indicated as a problem in your heart. Especially if you have a history of high blood pressure or hypertension. This happens because blood vessels are blocked so that cause digestive problems.

Short of breath
Shortness of breath is the most common sign of heart disease should be suspected. Especially if you did not have symptoms of chest disease or other respiratory diseases like asthma or bronchitis. If you have these signs and often occur within a fairly frequent. It is better if you check the condition of your doctor.



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