Symptoms suggestive of a weak heart, and everyone ignored
People usually ignore these problems. They do not assume that these are symptoms of the most dangerous killer in the world, writes the British “Daily Mail”.
Cardiologist John Erwin reveals that when arteries begin to give way, the symptoms begin to manifest in the body.
These are the symptoms of heart disease that most people do not notice until it is too late.
Many think that the problems in sex reflect the psychological barriers, and often does. However, especially in men, this indicates poor blood flow characteristic of heart disease. If you notice any of these symptoms contact a doctor.
Snoring and sleep apnea
This phenomenon sounds irritant, but it can be deadly. ‘Snoring may indicate a short interruption of breathing in sleep, which is a signal that there are psychological or physical problems in the body that are not solved.
‘Snoring can be a sign of too strong and heart rate which can be an indicator of heart problems.
Bleeding gums can be a consequence of serious infection, parodentoza that can destroy even the jawbone. This infection can spread and make hot spots around the body. This infection significantly increases the risk of heart attack.
Tightness and pain in the shoulder blades
Many people feel like an elephant sitting on their chest during a heart attack. Besides, most people experience before a heart attack feel neck pain, tightness around his shoulders and tingling in his hands.
Swelling of limbs
Swelling of the hands and feet is a normal process that occurs even multiple times throughout the day during physical activities. However, if you notice swelling at rest, or if the swelling does not decrease, it is possible to have blockages in the arteries, which causes swelling.
Indigestion, heartburn and heartburn
– Many people come to the Emergency Center thinking they have heart problems, and actually have heartburn and heartburn. However, if you feel a burning sensation in the chest accompanied by breathlessness, dizziness and feeling faint, immediately call a doctor – advises Dr. Erwin.