New DelhiHeart disease is a very fatal disease, due to which thousands and millions of people die around the world. Experts say that this problem is seen more in people who are 60 years or older, overweight, diabetes, high cholesterol and people suffering from high blood pressure. Not all heart problems come with clear warning signs. Some heart disease symptoms don’t even occur in your chest and it’s not always easy to tell what’s going on.
This is the most common sign of heart disease. If you are having heart blockage or a heart attack, you may feel pain, tightness, or pressure in your chest. Everyone’s experience may be different. Some people feel that an elephant has sat on them, while some people feel something like prickling or burning in the chest.
Sometimes it happens that a person loses his balance. This may be due to being hungry and thirsty for a long time, but if you suddenly feel unsteady and you have chest discomfort or shortness of breath, you should see a doctor immediately. Vincent Bufalino says, ‘It could mean that your blood pressure has gone down, because your heart is not able to pump like it was before.’
throat or jaw pain
Throat or jaw pain may not be related to the heart. It’s more likely to be caused by a muscle problem, a cold, or a sinus problem, but if you have pain or pressure right in the center of your chest that extends to your throat or jaw, it could be a sign of a heart attack. could.
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Excessive sweating without any workout and work can be a sign of heart disease. When the heart is unable to pump blood properly, excessive sweating occurs without any reason. If these symptoms are visible, consult a doctor without hesitation.
high blood sugar
High blood sugar increases the risk of coronary artery disease. In fact, due to the increase in the level of sugar in the blood, the coronary arteries narrow. This obstructs the function of blood vessels. Hence checking blood sugar level from time to time is important for maintaining heart health.
high blood pressure
People with age can have problems of high BP. These days digital machines are available in the market to measure blood pressure, this makes it easy to keep an eye on BP. If your parents are over 50, check their blood pressure every week or 15 days. If their BP remains high, they should be checked regularly. Explain that uncontrolled high blood pressure can also lead to a heart attack.
Vomiting and nausea and indigestion
With ageing, many changes take place in the body. Due to these people sometimes feel nauseous. They have trouble due to restlessness after vomiting. If your parents are facing all these situations, then their checkup should not be delayed.
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