How the heart hurts: signs

Angina pectoris


Angina pectoris is the most common form of real heart pain. So ischemic heart disease (CHD) is clinically manifested. It appears, as a rule, during mental, emotional and physical exertion. It can quickly stop when taken under the tongue of validol, nitroglycerin, or simply at rest. An attack of angina can occur with a sudden change in temperature. For example, when leaving the frost from a warm room in winter. Patients usually characterize the pain as a pressing or compressing chest. Angina is most often accompanied by a panic attack or a sense of fear.

Myocardial infarction


Myocardial infarction is another manifestation of ischemic heart disease (CHD). This is a very dangerous disease. It manifests itself in different ways - nausea, shortness of breath, feeling of fear, cold sweat, accompanied by severe pain in the heart may appear. The pains can go to the shoulder, left arm, neck, back or jaw. And this disease can also manifest itself without clear symptoms: a feeling of discomfort, not too much chest pain, fatigue,nausea and headache due to high blood pressure.

Pericardial inflammation


Pericardial inflammation occurs most often as a result of viral etiology. For example, after some viral illness. The pain in the heart at the same time will be stabbing and sharp. Fever may develop and cause general malaise.

Aortic dissection


The disease is very rare and develops due to an increase in blood pressure in the aorta. The reason may be some kind of injury, uncontrolled hypertension (persistent increase in blood pressure). More often it happens due to acquired or congenital heart defects. The pain of this disease in the heart is sharp and severe. Patients usually can not even describe it in any way.

Other reasons


It may be other diseases, often associated with acquired or congenital heart defects. At the same time, patients usually describe pain in different ways, depending on their own sensations and pathologies: burning, stabbing, pressing, giving to the neck, back, shoulder, left arm, jaw, etc. �clenching fist� syndrome � the patient in this case, trying to explain the pain, brings the fist to his chest and squeezes it with force. Such symptoms usually occur with angina.In any case, when any suspicions appear, it is necessary to seek help from a doctor.


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