There has been an increased rate of heart diseases worldwide. With more death being recorded. The recent percentage of female deaths have been tracked to be higher than male deaths.
Due to this, the general public is been advised to monitor their daily health. And look out for signs which could point towards a heart disease. But before you start any examinations on yourself, it is vital to know what a heart disease is.
A heart disease can be classified as a condition where your heart, brain and other organs do not get the needed amount of blood. Which is due to blocked blood vessels in your body. Some heart conditions include; Chest pain (Angina), Heart Attack, Stroke, Congestive Heart Failure, etc.
A candidate likely to contact heart related issues is vulnerable to the following:
- High blood pressure- This is where your heart pumps much faster than normal to help circulate blood in the body. This cause the heart to be enlarged after some time, promote heart failure and most of the time coronary artery conditions.
- Increased heart rate on a regular day.
- Becoming exhausted very quickly and a hard time breathing properly.
- Suffering from Sleep Apnea (Snoring, Gasping and Choking) when you sleep. This means that, your body is not receiving enough oxygen.
- Sudden swellings around the feet, ankles, legs, abdomen.
Aside the information given above, it very necessary you go for regular health screenings. This is because some signs may not be easily noticed as a symptom of a heart disease.