The heart is an important part of our body. It is located in the middle of the chest, on the left side. Our heart beats about one lakh times in one day and 60-90 times in one minute. The heart muscles are lively and they need diet and oxygen to stay alive. When one or more arteries stop, some muscles of the heart cannot get food and oxygen. This condition is called a heart attack. (In this connection some people may have the illusion that there are more heart-related problems such as the problem of heart valve, the congenital heart problem etc., and when we talk about heart diseases, it is usually not included. But these problems are also related to heart disease)
Precise diseases occur with growing age. But in today’s modern life style, people are beginning to have heart problems at the age of 30 to 40 years. In the last one to two decades, due to bad lifestyle, stress, exercise and bad food habitats in India, people have started to suffer from heart related serious diseases.
According to Who
According to the WHO report, this heart disease has increased 300 percent between 1970 and 2000. Today is World Heart Day. In this case, it is very important to know what the symptoms of heart disease are. How to protect yourself from premature disease of heart. TOI, by Dr. Karthik Vasudevan, Senior Consultant Cardiologist, Columbia Asia Referral Hospital, such 10 early symptoms of heart disease which can be avoided prematurely from serious heart diseases.
The Main Causes of Coronary Artery Disease
The main cause of most cases of coronary artery disease or cardio vascular disease is that the fat known as atheroma gets accumulated inside the arteries. Along with Samat, this surface gets increased and the flow of blood starts getting interrupted and angina becomes the pain. This happens mostly when blood clots are formed on this surface. When this happens, a part of the heart muscle suddenly reduces blood and it gets damaged. This condition is called heart attack only. If the damage is limited, then the heart can return to its first state, but if there is more damage than death can also occur.
Many individuals with congenital heart problems have little or no symptoms. But symptoms appear in some serious cases, especially in newborn babies. These symptoms include breathing fast, breathing, fatigue, and blood circulation in the nails of skin, lips and fingers. Exercise involves fatigue in the symptoms of heart attack. Difficulty in breathing, blood clotting and fluid accumulation in the lungs and fluid accumulation in the feet, ankles and legs. Unless the child is in the uterus or immediately after birth, symptoms of severe cardiovascular disease usually come into being. But in some cases it is not recognized until the child grows up.
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So Let’s Know How to Identify the Symptoms of Heart Disease –
Feeling Uneasy in the Chest – If your artery is block or art attack then you will feel pressure in chest and feel tight with pain.
Pain in the Nose, Heartburn and Abdomen – Before some serious heart problems occur, some people get nausea, burning sensation in the heart, stomachache, or digestive problems.
Pain in the Hand – Many times the heart is complaining of chest pain and left shoulder pain. These pain gradually move towards the side of the hands.
Cough for Many Days – If you have been coughing for many days and sputum is being white or pink, then this is a symptom of heart failure.
Sweating – sweating more than usual, especially if you are not doing any physical action, it can be a warning to you.
Swelling in the Legs – Swelling in the legs, ankles, soles and ankles may also mean that the circulation of the blood in your heart is not properly formed.
Pain in the Hands and Waist – pain in the hands, pain in the waist, pain in the neck, and pain in the jaw can also be a symptom of heart diseases.
Dizziness or screaming – Sometimes there are signs like dizziness, headache, fainting and very tiredness are also a warning.
Difficulty in breathing – difficulty breathing or breathing less is a major symptom of heart failure.
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