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These men’s heart disease symptoms should not be ignored

These men’s heart disease symptoms should not be ignored

These men’s heart disease symptoms should not be ignored

These men’s heart disease symptoms should not be ignored

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  • Heart disease can be caused by a sedentary lifestyle, smoking, high blood pressure.
  • Chest pain may indicate coronary artery disease.
  • It is important to exercise daily, eat a well-balanced diet, stay stress-free.
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Whether a man or a woman, a sedentary lifestyle can increase the risk of heart attack or stroke, while smokers, people with high blood pressure, people who have high cholesterol levels, people who have high blood sugar levels, and people who are under a lot of stress can also get heart problems. In addition, someone with a family history of heart problems may also develop them in the near future; however, one must take responsibility for his or her health and refrain from ignoring the symptoms of heart problems.

In Pakistan, where certain heart conditions like heart failure, coronary heart disease, angina, and arrhythmia are frequently seen, heart disease is one of the leading causes of death. Doctors and Consultant Cardiac Surgeon and Research Centre, discussed in an interview with HT Lifestyle some critical signs and symptoms of heart disease that men shouldn’t ignore because they are the red flags men should recognize at the right time and seek immediate medical attention for:

Ache in the chest

It indicates that your heart is not working properly. Some individuals experience a burning and pushing sensation in their chests. Especially after going for a walk or working. In some men, chest pain may indicate coronary artery disease. It is preferable to see a doctor before beginning treatment.

Abdominal pain, indigestion, and nausea:

Abdominal pain can be a sign of heart disease in some patients.

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In the arm, pain:

Did you realize? A heart attack occurs when pain radiates from the chest to the left arm. The left arm and shoulder are also experiencing weakness and numbness.

Dizziness or lightheadedness:

One may experience dizziness or even lightheadedness if the heart is unable to pump blood to the brain and other parts of the body. When there is not enough blood flowing through the body, this occurs as a result of a lack of oxygen. Heart arrhythmia and even cardiomyopathy may be associated with dizziness and lightheadedness.

Heart pain or Angina

The central chest pain that spreads to the left shoulder or throat is known as heart pain or angina. After walking or engaging in other activities, this occurs.

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Do not be afraid to tell your doctor if you experience angina pain or discomfort while walking so that they can conduct additional investigations and provide you with the right treatment. According to their advice, “It will be imperative for you to exercise daily, eat a well-balanced diet, stay stress-free, and maintain an optimum weight to keep heart disease at bay.” To give your heart the best possible care, try to live a healthy life. Follow the doctor’s advice and schedule a heart health checkup every six months. Also, quit smoking if you want to keep your heart strong. It is preferable to undergo the recommended regular health examinations and follow-ups.

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