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Often heart disease does not give any kind of warning or signal before and it is also not necessary that you should see symptoms like heart palpitations, chest pain, and shortness of breath before having heart disease. Not only this, some symptoms of heart disease do not develop in the chest itself, in such a situation it becomes even more difficult to detect the real problem.

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  1. Symptoms associated with heart disease can be as follows
  2. Takeaway
Doctors for 10 Symptoms of an Unhealthy Heart

Here we are telling in detail about the symptoms related to heart disease -

Pain in chest

The feeling of chest pain is the most typical symptom of heart-related diseases. If there is a blockage in your artery and you are having a heart attack, during this time you will feel severe chest pain or stretching and pressure. Each person describes this pain in a different way, such as feeling the pressure of a heavy object on the chest or a burning sensation in the chest.

This pain may last for a few minutes and may recur when you lie down or do any physical activity. If this pain lasts only for a few seconds and gets worse upon applying pressure, it may not be heart-related pain. But many times the symptoms of chest pain do not develop in cardiac problems, especially in women, old people, and people suffering from diabetes.

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Stomach problems

Stomach problems can also be a symptom of heart disease, but it is not as common as chest pain. Abdominal-related symptoms such as abdominal painvomitingacidity, etc. usually develop in heart diseases. Usually, these symptoms are associated with flu or stomach infection, so people ignore them and do not understand that these symptoms can also be related to heart disease.

If you are having stomach problems and you are sure that it is not because of the food you have consumed, then you should get yourself examined by a doctor to find out the cause. It is important to remember that women are at a higher risk of developing abdominal problems associated with heart conditions than men.

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Sudden pain in the arm, neck, jaw, or upper back

If these symptoms appear suddenly and are accompanied by restlessness, shortness of breath, sweating, and nervousness, then these symptoms can often be associated with angina (chest pain) or heart attack. If it is a symptom of angina, then it calms down for some time. These symptoms are often mistaken for cervical spondylosistoothache, or muscle pain.

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Feeling unsteady

There can be many reasons why you may feel lightheaded or dizzy. Due to not getting enough food or water, the balance of the body can be disturbed for a few moments or any sudden intense activity can also cause dizziness. But if along with feeling unsteady, you are also experiencing symptoms like chest discomfort and breathlessness, then it could be a sign of a heart attack. In such a situation, you should go to the doctor as soon as possible.

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Pain around the windpipe and mouth

Pain in the mouth or throat usually does not indicate any heart disease. These are mostly symptoms of common cold or sinus problems. However, if you are also experiencing chest pain that radiates to your throat or mouth, it could potentially be a sign of a heart attack. To be sure of this condition, contact your doctor immediately or go to the hospital.

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Feeling weak

If you start feeling tired while walking or doing normal daily activities, then you should talk to the doctor about it as soon as possible. Such changes may indicate a major physical problem. Especially in women, feeling tired and weak for a long time can be a symptom of heart-related diseases.

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To sweat

If your body suddenly turns cold and starts sweating profusely, these can also potentially be symptoms of a heart attack. If you are experiencing other symptoms along with this, contact your doctor immediately.

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Swelling in the lower part of the legs

Swelling in the legs, ankles, and feet usually occurs when the heart is unable to pump enough blood to them. You may also develop varicose veins due to an abnormal amount of blood in the veins. Apart from this, heart problems also affect the kidney, due to which its ability to extract water and sodium deteriorate, and as a result, bloating occurs.

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Persistent cough

Generally, a persistent cough does not indicate heart-related diseases, but if you already have any heart-related problems, then you should be alert. If the cough increases on lying down or doing physical exertion and there is difficulty in breathing along with it. This could mean that your heart is not working properly, causing blood to pool in your lungs. If you notice any such symptoms, contact your doctor immediately.

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Irregular heartbeat

It is normal for the heart rate to increase during excitement. When you are excited, your heart often beats faster. But if your heart stops beating continuously for a few seconds and if it is accompanied by symptoms like dizziness, then you should go to the doctor as soon as possible.

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If you see any of the above symptoms, then you should get your checkup done immediately. By checking such conditions immediately and giving medicines on time, the life of the patient can be saved by restoring blood circulation in the heart. Get in touch with Medanta's Heart Institute to know how to control, prevent and treat the effects of heart disease.

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Cardiology
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