Warning Signs of Heart Disease

The following signs of heart disease should not be ignored:
Angina. A feeling of tightness, pressure, or pain that appears with exertion or stress and disappears with rest. Usually the chest, throat, upper abdomen, or arms.

Shortness of breath. Difficulty breathing, whether you’re exerting yourself, at rest, or asleep.

Edema, Swelling of your ankles, usually at the end of the day.

Palpitations. Forceful, rapid, or irregular heartbeat.

Fatigue. Decreased ability to
exercise, tiring easily,

Fainting. Sudden loss of consciousness or light-headedness.

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