Heart diseases are involved in many situations that affect your heart. It includes cardiovascular failure, coronary artery disease, erythema, angina, and other cardiac infections, irregularities, and birth defects. The word “heart disease” is often used to replace each other with the word “cardiovascular disease”.
Cardiovascular disease usually refers to those conditions that contain narrow or blocked blood vessels in the heart, which can lead to heart attack, chest pain (angina), or stroke.
A saturated fat diet, impending lifestyle, misuse of alcohol, high blood pressure, and diabetes are some factors that can increase the risk of heart disease.
Symptoms of Cardiovascular Diseases
Symptoms of cardiovascular disease depend on the type of disease. In fact, sometimes it may be difficult to keep in mind the symptoms of cardiovascular diseases, or they may be present without initial symptoms.
The symptoms of cardiovascular disease in your blood vessels (atherosclerotic disease) cardiovascular disease is due to narrow, blocked, or hard blood vessels, which prevents your heart, brain, or other parts of your body from receiving enough blood. Symptoms of cardiovascular disease can vary for men and women. Some symptoms are:
1 shortness of breath
2 chest pain (angina)
3 neck, jaw, throat, upper stomach, or back pain
4 Pain, restraint, weakness, or cold 5 in your feet or hands, in those parts of your body in which blood vessels are compressed.
Diagnosis of cardiovascular disease can be difficult. It can happen that unless you have a heart attack, angina, stroke, or heart failure, your cardiovascular disease cannot be diagnosed.
Symptoms of heart disease due to the abnormal heartbeat (heart erythematous)
Heart’s Erythemia is the heartbeat of the heart. Your heart can kill very slowly, very fast, or irregularly. Symptoms of cardiac arrhythmia may include:
1 chronic crunch
2 Heartbeat (tachycardia)
3 slow heartbeat (bradycardia)
4 chest pain or discomfort
5 shortness of breath
Heart disease symptoms due to heart defects
Congenital heart defects can be diagnosed before birth, immediately after birth, during childhood, or until adulthood. There can be defects even when there are no symptoms. Occasionally, it can be diagnosed due to the heart’s crisp, physical examination, or abnormal EKG.
Cardiac symptoms in children include:
Fade gray or blue skin color (Neelima)
Inflammation of the legs, stomach, or surrounding areas
In a child, lack of breath during breastfeeding, results in weight reduction