#Angina Pectoris

Today my topic is on #Angina pain #Chest pan #Heart Attack.Most of the peoples are worrying about this I will try to give solutions. Angina is chest pain that happens because there isn't enough blood going to part of your heart. It can feel like a heart attack, with pressure or squeezing in your chest. It’s sometimes called angina pectoris or ischemic chest pain. It's a symptom of heart disease, and it happens when something blocks your arteries or there's not enough blood flow in the arteries that bring oxygen-rich blood to your heart. Angina usually goes away quickly. Still, it can be a sign of a life-threatening heart problem. It's important to find out what's going on and what you can do to avoid a heart attack Usually, medicine and lifestyle changes can control angina. If it's more severe, you may need surgery, too. Or you may need what’s called a stent, a tiny tube that props open arteries. Angina Symptoms Chest pain is the symptom, but it affects people differently. You may have: • Aching • Burning • Discomfort • Dizziness • Fatigue • Feeling of fullness in your chest • Feeling of heaviness or pressure • Upset stomach or vomiting • Shortness of breath • Squeezing • Sweating Angina in Women vs. Men Men often feel pain in their chest, neck, and shoulders. Women may feel discomfort in their belly, neck, jaw, throat, or back. You may also have shortness of breath, sweating, or dizziness. One study found that women were more likely to use the words "pressing" or "crushing" to describe the feeling.

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Very good informative topic to know about ischemic Hd .angina pectoris its symptom..and diffirance men &womens thanks alot