Heart Disease


Symptoms are seen if you have a heart pain or chest pain in most people thought it was just indigestion. Then other symptoms of feeling depressed in the center of the chest for 30 seconds to 5 minutes. Another thing is the cold sweat, palpitations, dizziness and feeling faint. These symptoms are not always perceived to suffer. Another warning sign is shortness of breath during exercise.

For several months before the heart attack usually people with heart disease often feel very tired. Do not assume that these symptoms are caused by lack of sleep and stress of work.

Pain or pressure in the chest, called angina pectoris, give notice to half of those who suffer a heart attack. Some people breath or feeling of weakness and exhaustion symptoms, indicating that the heart does not receive enough oxygen due to blockage of a coronary.

Usually, a few days before having a heart attack, a person experiences sudden muscle contractions in the chest which is a small stroke or a mild heart attack. Usually mild heart attack occurs before a major attack within days.
Tips for preventing heart disease

To reduce the risk of coronary heart disease, which can do the following:

  • Healthy eating

Avoid foods that are high in fat or cholesterol. Seafood contains high levels of cholesterol that can damage the heart. Reduce consumption of fried foods that contain lots of fat, otherwise the food can be processed by boiling, steaming or roasting.