Comharthaí fadhbanna croí, galar cardashoithíoch (angina agus taom croí)

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Comharthaí fadhbanna croí, galar cardashoithíoch (angina agus taom croí)

Symptoms of cardiovascular disorders

Symptoms can occur in intense and abrupt, but most of the time the discomforts are first beag, then amplify. If you experience any of the following symptoms, contact your seirbhísí éigeandála.

For angina pectoris :

  • A pian, le haghaidh an míchompordtightening chest related to a physical effort or a strong emotion;
  • Pain or discomfort can irradiate towards the left side of the body (but sometimes towards the right side), and reach the scapula, arm, neck, throat or jaw;
  • Nausea agus vomiting;
  • Giorracht anála;
  • Cold sweats and clammy skin.

Le haghaidh infarction miócairdiach :

Its manifestations resemble those of angina pectoris, but are more pronounced and persist longer (often more than 20 minutes). In the elderly and those with diabetes, the heart attack sometimes goes unnoticed.

Different symptoms for women?

It was long thought that this was the case. Some studies have supported the hypothesis that mná more often have less pronounced warning signs, such as míchompord díleá, allais, le haghaidh an gan teas agus great weakness. However, doctors now doubt that there is real dissimilarities. According to current knowledge, pian cófra are the most common symptom for both sexes. Women may minimize their symptoms or take longer to talk to a doctor than men. In addition, they are less aware of heart problems only men. In fact, in the past, they were less often victims of it prematurely.

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Daoine i mbaol

  • From a certain aois, it is normal for the risk of cardiovascular problems to increase. At the fir, we consider that the risk begins to increase ó 40 bliana d’aois, and among mná, after menopause.
  •  People including a member of the teaghlaigh suffered from cardiovascular disorders early on (father or brother before age 55; mother or sister before age 65) are more at risk.


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