Friday, 8 November 2019

Symptoms Of Coronary Heart Disease

A reduced blood intake to the heart may not lead to any symptoms at first. However, if added fat is accumulated in the arteries, it will be visible symptoms of coronary heart disease (CHD), such as:

Angina is chest pain due to reduced blood supply to the heart muscle. Although it is generally not life-threatening, it can increase the risk of a heart attack or stroke.

Angina can occur in more than a minute, and is generally seen as being triggered by physical activity or stress. The pain experienced by angina is also varied. Angina is easy to cause discomfort such as heartburn. However, heavy angina attacks can result in chest pains such as being infected. The chest pain sensation can spread to the arms, neck, chin, abdomen, and back.

Cardiac arrest
Cardiac arrest occurs when the arteries are fully clogged. This condition needs to be handled immediately, so that there is no permanent damage to the heart muscle.

Pain due to cardiac arrest is similar to angina. However, pain in the heart attack will be heavier, and can occur even if the sufferer is resting.

Heart attack symptoms can be pain that propagates from the chest to the arms, chin, neck, abdomen, and back. The pain can occur for more than 15 minutes. In addition to the symptoms, patients can also experience dizziness, sweating, nausea, and the body becomes limper.

Heart attacks can occur suddenly, especially against diabetics and elderly people.

Heart failure
Patients with coronary heart disease can also experience heart failure, when the heart is weak to pump blood throughout the body. The condition carries the impact of blood accumulating in the lungs, so that people experience shortness of breath.

Heart failure can occur instantly (acute), or develop gradually (chronic).

In more than one case, PJK sufferers experience different symptoms, such as palpitations (heart pounding). Some sufferers do not feel any symptoms, until diagnosed with CHD.

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