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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention of the USA, approximately 600,000 Americans die every year from heart issues.
Both men and women suffer from heart issues that are related to lifestyle habits.
However, our body gives us some signs of heart issues that we end up not noticing or overlooking. Did you know that?
We have already talked about the meaning of body odors, facial acne, half moon on nails, and eyes and how all these things can indicate health issues.
Do you want to learn more? Watch the videos linked in the card at the end.
See which symptoms you should pay attention to, to protect your heart:
0:00 Signs of Heart Issues
0:50 Swollen legs, feet, and ankles
When the heart can’t pump well, the liquid from blood vessels is filtered by the surrounding tissues; the legs and feet are the most affected areas due to gravity’s action.
1:13 Uncommon spots and rashes on the skin
Two studies showed that eczema and herpes are high-risk factors for heart diseases. Did you know it?
1:45 Pain in the arms
Do your arms ache? Did you know that many men feel pain in their left arms, while women feel the same pain in one or both arms?
2:12 Loss of appetite and nauseating sensation
In some research, it was noted that many patients with heart diseases show a loss of appetite and nausea, even when eating fewer meals.
2:42 Loss of consciousness or fainting spells
Feeling dizzy and losing consciousness is something common for cardiac patients.
3:03 High level of anxiety
Many studies show that people who suffer from extreme anxiety from early on are more prone to suffer from heart diseases.
3:26 Frequent and persistent cough
Cough can be caused by many things, but it can also be a sign of cardiovascular disease. Did you know that?
These symptoms don’t necessarily show in all patients with heart disease, but they are some of the most common signs of heart issues.
Remember that prevention is key for avoiding any future issues.
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