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10 signs of heart trouble you should never ignore
Written by SOT.COM.AL 21 Mars 2023
Experts warn of 10 signs that we should never ignore as they can disturb our heart health.
It is not easy many times to identify when our heart sends warning signs that we may be in danger and often we ignore even these symptoms that can be decisive in our prevention of serious diseases.
Feeling dizzy when you stand up quickly and swollen feet are just some of the symptoms that should never be left unchecked, experts say.
Dr Ameet Bakhai, a cardiologist at Spire Bushey Hospital in London, said people often ignore the signs "until it's too late" and offers some important advice, according to the Daily Mail.
Bakhai notes that a healthy adult should be able to run two flights of stairs, stand up quickly without feeling dizzy, be able to hold his breath for 20 seconds.
Ten warning symptoms
But the cardiologist said many people think symptoms such as dizziness and leg swelling for example are caused by something else, so early heart signs are ignored.
He said things like arm weight when you exercise, shortness of breath when you climb stairs, and a fast or slow heart rate could be that "your heart needs help."
Some symptoms, such as difficulty bending over and standing up, may indicate that our heart is "not adjusting to our positions or holding excess fluid in the body."
The consultant states that other symptoms that should never be overlooked are sweating with light exercise, mixed with chest pain and fatigue after waking up.
What does the research show?
But of the 2,000 adults surveyed, more than half (54%) said they would not think these symptoms were heart-related, despite 50% claiming to have experienced them.
Dr Bahai, who advises Healthspan on its Love Your Heart line of supplements, said: Heart problems often get progressively worse until one day we have a more complex problem that could have been avoided if we had heeded the signs. warning.
Ai shtoi se kujdesi për zemrat tona është “thelbësor” dhe duhet të jetë një prioritet.
Pavarësisht mungesës së vetëdijes për simptomat, 68% e të anketuarve e konsiderojnë shëndetin e zemrës si “shumë të rëndësishëm” për ta, me një rritje në 80% për ata mbi 65 vjeç.
Rob Hobson, dietolog sportiv në Healthspan, tha se kjo tregon një kontradiktë midis asaj që njerëzit thonë dhe bëjnë për shëndetin e tyre.
Ekziston një mungesë e njohurive
“Miliona njerëz e dinë se shëndeti i zemrës është jetik, megjithatë ata injorojnë shenjat paralajmëruese dhe bëjnë gjëra që nuk janë miqësore me zemrën, të tilla si ngrënia e ushqimeve të padëshiruara, pirja e duhanit dhe hulumtimet kanë treguar se njerëzit po përpiqen të bëjnë ndryshime, por ka një mungesë njohurish”, shtoi ai.
The survey also found that 26% of people did not describe the symptoms as 'serious', while 17% thought they were too young to be suffering from heart problems.
Dr Bahai said: It is an unfortunate misunderstanding as heart disease can affect people of all ages, especially in the period of COVID as the virus can attack the heart and lining of the heart quite often as a condition called myopericarditis (inflammation of the heart and the mucous membrane of the heart, the pericardium)'.
A 2021 NHS study found that more than half of people hospitalized with Covid had heart damage.
Heart damage included inflammation of the heart muscle (myocarditis), scarring or death of heart tissue (infarction), restricted blood supply to the heart (ischemia) and combinations of the three, according to the London researchers.