Heart problems are very serious and should be treated on time.
Symptoms of heart disease are not always intense and easily recognizable, differ for different people depending on gender.
See list of 7 possible symptoms that may be a sign of heart problems and that should not be ignored …
Heart attack can cause anxiety, restlessness. People with myocardial infarction reported that they experienced a feeling of “impending doom”, experts explain.
2. Chest pain
Chest pain is a classic symptom of heart attack. Not every attack, however, is accompanied by chest pain, in some cases this symptom may result from a disease that has nothing to do with the heart, said Dr. Jean McSweeney of the University of Arkansas.
When connected to the heart, usually the pain is felt below the breastbone. It may be accompanied by an uncomfortable sensation of pressure, squeezing or fullness. In women, a common symptom is burning sensation in the chest rather than tension or pain.
Sometimes people imagine that pain is caused by stomach problems, says Dr. Goldberg Nieka from New York University and an expert on the symptoms of heart problems in women.
Persistent coughing or wheezing may be symptoms of heart failure due to fluid accumulation in lungs. In some cases, people with heart failure devote bloody sputum.
Infarcts may cause dizziness and fainting. It is connected with dangerous abnormal heart rhythm known as arrhythmia.
Unusual feeling of fatigue, especially in women, may be a sign of occurring or imminent in the coming days and weeks of a heart attack.
6. Lack of appetite
During a heart attack be felt or symptoms of stomach problems and vomiting. Bloating associated with heart failure can reduce appetite.
7. Pain in other parts of the body
Most heart attacks, chest pain begins and spreads to the shoulders, arms, elbows, back, neck, jaw or stomach. Sometimes the pain is felt in the chest, but in other parts of the body. In acute myocardial infarction in most cases women feel pain in the left hand. In women, more pain may be felt in both arms or between the shoulder blades.