6 Signs of Cardiovascular Disease
The occurrence of Cardiovascular Diseases is not an accidental event. Long before the occurrence, there will be many signals in our body to remind us, but few people notice that. If we can find out them early and take preventive measures, we can greatly increase the survival rate and reduce the risk factors. Now let’s see the 6 signs of cardiovascular disease.
1. Chest tightness, palpitations
Often days or even hours before the onset of cardiovascular disease, your body may become unwell or abnormal, such as chest pain, chest tightness, palpitations and so on. For the elderly, they should be alert and pay attention to these signs. Early detection can help you grasp the best time for prevention.
2. Breathing difficulty
When your body is in a quiet state, or in doing some extremely ordinary small movements, you will feel short of breath or difficult breathing, but do not produce cough, expectoration and other symptoms. Then at this moment you have to be careful of the heart, which may appear dysfunction problems.
3. Feel tired all over
In your daily life, you do not do heavy work, nor participate in excessive physical exercise, but feel tired all day. As long as you exercise a little, the symptoms will be more serious, but after a short rest, you will get some relief. At this time, you have to be careful whether your cardiovascular and cerebrovascular abnormalities have occurred. Because of the abnormalities, there is insufficient blood supply on the whole body, so even a little exercise will make you feel tired.
4. Often feel dizzy
Dizziness is also common in our daily life. It can be caused by many factors, such as sitting up for a long time, sudden rise, and blood sugar problems. And you should also be careful about cardiovascular diseases, which can lead to abnormal blood supply; for example, low oxygen carrying in our blood, high blood pressure, low blood pressure and so on may lead to dizziness. If you often have dizziness with unknown causes in your daily life, you should be careful about cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases.
5. Lower limb swelling and reduced urine
If you've recently noticed edema in your lower extremities and a decrease in your urine when you urinate, be on your guard. This may be a distress call from your heart and brain. Especially for the elderly, if there is edema of the lower limbs, they must be careful of cardiac and cerebral insufficiency caused by venous blood obstruction.
6. Unexplained sweating
You do not do exercises, and the weather is not hot, but you have a lot of sweating suddenly. Sometimes it make your whole body wet, accompanied by pale skin. Then you should be careful. There may be something wrong with your cardiovascular system.
Now you know the 6 signs of cardiovascular disease. Once you detect them, take treatment as early as possible. For more information on Cardiovascular Disease Treatment, please leave a message below or contact online doctor.
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