Anxiety; Heart attack can cause intense anxiety or a fear of death; survivors often talk about having experienced a sense of impending doom.
Chest discomfort; Pain in chest is classic symptom of heart attack, and first symptom that we typically look for, but not all heart attacks cause chest pain, and chest pain can stem from ailments that have nothing to do with heart. Heart related chest pain is often centered under breastbone, perhaps a little to left of center. The pain has been likened to “an elephant sitting on chest,” but it can also be an uncomfortable sensation of pressure, squeezing, or fullness. It’s not unusual for women to describe pain as minor ache. Women more so than men can also experience a burning sensation in their chest, rather than a pressure or pain. Sometimes people make mistake that pain comes from a stomach problem.
Cough; Persistent coughing or wheezing can be a symptom of heart failure~ a result of fluid accumulation in the lungs. In some cases, people with heart failure cough up bloody phlegm.
Dizziness; Heart attacks can cause lightheadedness and loss of consciousness. So, can potentially dangerous heart rhythm abnormalities have known as arrhythmias.
Fatigue; Especially among women, unusual fatigue can occur during heart attack as well as in the days and weeks leading up to one. And feeling tired all the time may be a symptom of heart failure. Of course, you can also feel tired or fatigued for other reasons. How can you tell heart-related fatigue from other types of fatigue! If you don’t feel well and all the wind is knocked out of your sails, don’t try to figure it out on internet or from a book, as wasting time is dangerous.
Nausea; It’s not uncommon for people to feel sick to their stomach or throw up during a heart attack. And abdominal swelling associated with heart failure can interfere with appetite.
Pain in other parts of body; In many heart attacks, pain begins in chest and spreads to shoulders, arms, elbows, back, neck, jaw, or abdomen. But sometimes there is no chest pain; just pain in these other body areas. The pain might come and go. Men having a heart attack often feel pain in the left arm. In women, the pain is more likely to be felt in both arms, or between the shoulder blades.
Rapid or irregular pulse; Doctors say that there’s nothing worrisome about an occasional skipped heartbeat. But a rapid or irregular pulse ~ especially when accompanied by weakness, dizziness, or shortness of breath can be evidence of a heart attack, heart failure, or an arrhythmia. Left untreated, some arrhythmias can lead to stroke, heart failure, or sudden death.
Shortness of breath; People who feel winded at rest or with minimal exertion might have a pulmonary condition like asthma or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). But breathlessness could also indicate a heart attack or heart failure. Sometimes people having a heart attack don’t have chest pressure or pain but feel extremely short of breath. It’s like they’ve just run a marathon when they haven’t even moved. During a heart attack, shortness of breath often accompanies chest discomfort, but it can also occur before or without chest discomfort.
Sweating; Breaking out in a cold sweat is a common symptom of heart attack. You might just be sitting in a chair when all of a sudden you are really sweating like you had just worked out.
Swelling; Heart failure can cause fluid to accumulate in the body. This can cause swelling (often in feet, ankles, legs, or abdomen) as well as sudden weight gain and sometimes a loss of appetite.
Weakness; In days leading up to a heart attack, as well as during one, some people experience severe, unexplained weakness. Men and women have different symptoms, but both may have pain, pressure, or discomfort in the chest. Other symptoms include shortness of breath, sweating, fainting, and nausea. You may also have pain in the neck, jaw, or shoulders. Men are more likely to break out in a cold sweat and feel pain move down the left arm during a heart attack.
PREVENTION; To avoid congestive heart failure, you must prevent the various forms of heart disease that lead to it. To prevent coronary heart disease, currently practiced measures to prevent cardiovascular disease include:
- DIET~ low fat, high-fiber diet including whole grains and plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables
- EAT~ a healthy, balanced diet, control your blood pressure and cholesterol level, eat plenty of fruits, veggies, and whole grains to keep arteries healthy
- EXERCISE~ increase daily activity to 20 minutes of vigorous exercise per day at least five times per week
- Limit alcohol consumption to the recommended daily limits consumption of one standard drink per day, as excessive intake increases the risk of cardiovascular disease
- PRESSURE~ keep blood pressure in control
- Routine counseling of adults to recommend them to improve their diet and increase their physical activity has not been found to significantly alter behavior, and thus is not recommended.
- STRESS~ decrease psychosocial stress, it however plays a relatively minor role in hypertension
- Taking a daily aspirin helps some people prevent a heart attack. Talk to your doctor to see if it’s right for you. Find positive ways to manage stress.
- Tobacco cessation and avoidance of second-hand smoke. If you smoke, stop. It will immediately cut chances of a heart attack by a third.
- WEIGHT~ decrease body fat if overweight or obese, maintain a normal body weight
Some congestive heart failure cannot be prevented. The American Heart Association recommends 150 minutes of moderate-intensity exercise per week.
TREATMENT of congestive heart failure focuses on lessening symptoms, decreasing hospitalizations and improving life expectancy. To accomplish these goals, doctor will advise a low-salt diet and medication ‘per conventional medicine’. The treatment can differ depending on the type of heart failure.
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