Different physical and mental conditions can cause various problems in the human heart. These Problems include chest pain, heart attack and heart fail.
Chest pain or angina
Although there are chest pains for various reasons, the most important is heartburn chest pain. This type of chest pain is called angina or angina pectoris (angina / angina pectoris) when the heart muscle does not get adequate blood supply. Angina is usually thought to be a reversal of a heart attack!
Symptoms of Angina
1. Chest pain in the back of the sternum. Lasts 5-30 minutes.
2 Exercise or other physical activity, stress, overweight, cold or panic can cause chest pain.
3. Angina can spread to the neck, shoulders, jaw, arms, back and even teeth.
4. A lot of the time where the pain is coming from is not clear.
5. Chest irritation, pressure, squeezing or numbness causes discomfort.
6. In addition to chest pain, there may be indigestion and nausea.
7. Much shortness of breath or shortness of breath can cause asthma.
Many angry angina is not detected, but the shoulders and arms become heavy. Chest pain is accompanied by sweating, headaches and then even simple tasks seem difficult.
Dizziness or the body becomes pale. Anger is thought, head is shaken. Stays weak and exhausted all day!
Getting and maintaining good health is the main way to prevent angina. Therefore, some issues should be observed with special importance. There are some things we don’t have control over, such as age, gender, heart disease and family history of angina. Things we can reach include: walking or exercise, preventing obesity, eating a balanced and heart-friendly diet, controlling blood pressure and cholesterol, diabetes
Resist or control, quit smoking; Do not go near the edge of drinking!
Having a full body checkup.
(Heart Attack or Myocardial Infarction)
Continuous supply of oxygen-rich blood is essential for the healing of heart muscle. Through the coronary arteries
Oxygen-rich blood reaches the muscles. Fatty substances, calcium, protein, etc. accumulate in the lining of the coronary arteries and form different shaped plaques. This is called coronary atheroma.
The outside of the plaque gradually hardens. In this way, when they reach the extreme stage of pre-hardening, they are torn
Is. The molecule accumulates and then begins to clot around the plaque. Carotid due to blood clotting
When the lumen of the artery closes completely, the supply of nutrients and oxygen-rich blood to the heart muscle also stops,
As a result the heart muscle is destroyed or dies and a fatal situation is created. It’s called a heart attack or myocardial
Payocardial infraction; myocardial means heart muscle, and infarction means insufficient blood flow
Symptoms of a heart attack
1.Many days from the accumulation of cholesterol in the coronary arteries to the end of a heart attack.
Is spent. The symptoms assigned to the various symptoms during this period are considered very important.
Chest-discomfort: Discomfort in the middle of the chest that lasts for a few minutes, goes away.
Comes back again. Unbearable pressure, tingling, tingling or pain is felt in the chest.
2. Discomfort in other areas of the upper body: one or both arms,
Feeling of discomfort or pain in the back, neck, jaw or upper part of the stomach.
3. Shortness of breath: Frequent shortness of breath occurs when there is discomfort in the chest. Lots
Such a condition can occur even before the time chest discomfort.
4. Nausea: Nausea with discomfort in the stomach, nausea, sudden dizziness
Or sweating cold.
Sleep disturbance: Sleep disturbance, feeling weak or tired.
1, seasonal fresh fruits and vegetables should be eaten.
2. Fat and cholesterol foods should be eliminated.
3. Body Mass Index (BM1) should be followed as per the advice of the doctor.
Minutes walk etc.).
5. If you are a smoker, you must quit smoking, if you are a non-smoker, you must promise not to smoke.
6, alcohol should be banned in life.
7. Cholesterol, blood pressure and diabetes should be controlled.
8. Regular medication should be continued or discontinued as per the doctor’s prescription.
9. A complete body checkup should be arranged at least once a year (twice if possible).