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New York : 5 signs that you have a heart disease

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Heart disease, like many other diseases, sometimes present without even showing symptoms or warning signs. They are there, hidden, until the moment they appear.

However, there are ways to identify a heart problem. According to what Health and Love Page points out, people over 50, or those who suffer from obesity, high blood pressure and high cholesterol are more likely to suffer from heart disease.

The body usually alerts if something is wrong. And this is not the exception. But you have to be very attentive since these signs can sometimes go unnoticed.

1. Difficulty performing daily routines

You may suddenly have difficulty performing your usual routines. Even the most essential can be more difficult to do. This could be due to poor circulation of blood flow.

It is possible that in these cases, the arteries are clogged and therefore it is difficult for the blood flow to be irrigated correctly throughout the body.

2. Lightheadedness or dizziness

Dizziness has various causes, such as a poor diet, exhaustion or it can be due to a heart problem.

Very low blood flow causes dizziness and lightheadedness. This discomfort is usually accompanied by discomfort and trouble breathing.

3. Cold sweats

If you break out in a cold sweat without even having a fever, it is definitely blood circulation problems. In fact, some heart conditions are accompanied by constant sweating, causing the skin to become sticky and clammy.

Women can also have night sweats due to this. Something you should not do is underestimate this symptom, since it is very common to confuse it with some other disease, such as a cold or another health condition.

If you have chest discomfort it may be due to heart problems. Source: Pixabay 4. Chest discomfort

Discomfort in the chest and its underlying areas is a sign of a heart problem. If this discomfort is accompanied by a pain in the left arm, it is more than evident that you have a condition that affects your heart.

But this discomfort can extend to the upper abdomen, shoulders and back, neck, teeth and jaw or throat.

5. Frequent colds and flu

Who are prone to heart attacks in general have coughs, flu, and colds more often than usual.

This sign is overlooked because we often think they are associated with viral or bacterial infections, but it is an indicator that something is wrong.

It is important that you get constant medical check-ups, and be aware of these conditions. It must be clear that, by themselves, they are not indicators of a heart problem, but if the signs are continuous and appear together, it is necessary to go to a cardiologist.

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