Heart disease symptoms can range from mild to severe, depending on the type of problem you have.

Chest pain or discomfort that lasts more than a few minutes or comes and goes can be described as pressure, squeezing or fullness in the center of your chest. It may also make you feel weak, light-headed or faint.

Extreme fatigue and dizziness – warning signs that something serious may be going on, especially if they worsen with activity. They could be indicative of hypertrophic or restrictive cardiomyopathy, conditions which cause thickening and rigidity in the heart.

Chest Pain – If you feel a sharp, center-of-your-chest pain that radiates to the arms, shoulders or back, it could be indicative of coronary artery disease – the most common type of heart disease.

Blood Tests – If you have a heart condition, your doctor may run a blood test to check for signs of it, such as high levels of fats, cholesterol, sugar and protein in your blood. These tests help them diagnose your condition and suggest the most effective treatment options.

Other symptoms that may accompany or accompany chest pain include shortness of breath, nausea/vomiting or discomfort in the jaw, neck or back. These could be signs of a heart attack. If you’re experiencing any signs or symptoms, it is essential that you speak with your doctor about them. For any sleep problem, you can contact The Air Station about the sleep study and sleep apnea therapy with a CPAP machine based on your condition.


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