Thursday, May 19, 2016



Discomfort in the chest shortness of breath, irregular heartbeat, and are the main symptoms of angina. Angina usually occurs in patients with atherosclerotic heart disease. How can you know angina? How will you differentiate it from any other symptoms? Atherosclerotic heart disease belongs to the world's top-toothed killer diseases.

 This problem is more common in older people and those who have lived an unhealthy lifestyle when they were young.

 This means that this condition can be acquired through the risk factors. They are sedentary lifestyle, lack of exercise, high-fat, unhealthy food, like junk foods and canned food, alcohol and abuse of nicotine, recurrent infections, and family history of atherosclerotic heart disease.

 The symptoms of this problem, chest discomfort, shortness of breath, irregular heartbeat, chest congestion and frequent palpitations. Sometimes there is an increase in blood pressure and frequent cough. Discomfort in the chest or angina is considered as the main symptom.

 This pain is felt on the left side of the chest that may radiate to the shoulders, neck, and jaw. This type of pain was 2 classification: Stable angina Unstable angina. Stable angina is a left-sided chest pain, which is caused by the activity of heavy loads, severe depression or stress.

 This pain is dull, regular in rhythm, a regular in frequency and no longer than a maximum of 15 minutes. This pain is normally a symptom of atherosclerosis of the heart, but can interfere with many daily activities.

 This type of pain can be relieved by anesthetic as nitroglycerin patches and other types of non-steroidal analgesics. Unstable angina and left-sided chest pain, causing even inactive or resting. This pain is sharp, irregular in rhythm, irregular in frequency and can last longer than 15 minutes.
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