5 Early Warning Signs of Heart Trouble to Never Ignore

Posted by on December 23, 2017 in Hazards, Issues & Diseases, Health, Prevention with 0 Comments

By Power Of Positivity

“You can’t afford to get sick, and you can’t depend on the present health care system to keep you well. It’s up to you to protect and maintain your body’s innate capacity for health and healing by making the right choices in how you live.” – Andrew Weil

Heart problems can be hereditary, so you know what to expect by looking at your family history. But they can also be a result of a certain lifestyle – even people who don’t look unhealthy can be at risk for heart disease or heart problems throughout their lives. Our bodies will generally try to tell us when something isn’t right. That’s why there are warning signs for when something isn’t going right with our hearts, and that heart disease or heart problems are on the horizon. Here are some of the warning signs that you never want to ignore when it comes to heart problems.

Here Are 5 Warning Signs Of Heart Trouble Never To Ignore

1. Easily fatigued doing physical activities

If you’ve never been a very active person, then the chances are that getting fatigued is probably going to happen to you. But if you’re an active person who can easily go on jobs, but find that you’re suddenly unable to finish them due to fatigue, you might want to get checked out. This usually means that your heart isn’t pumping your blood fast enough to get oxygen to all of the parts of your body that need it during a job, or any other physical activity.

According to American Heart Association, “The heart can’t pump enough blood to meet the needs of body tissues. The body diverts blood away from less vital organs, particularly muscles in the limbs, and sends it to the heart and brain.

Even if you get winded climbing a set of stairs, it’s probably a sign that something isn’t right with your heart.

2. Problems in the bedroom

Especially when it comes to men, erectile dysfunction might be a warning sign – especially for men who are younger, or older men who all of a sudden have problems with maintaining their erections in the bedroom. Unfortunately, this is a classic warning sign when it comes to heart disease, or being at risk of heart disease, since the heart is needed to pump blood down to the erection. When the heart isn’t able to do its job correctly, it manifests in men being unable to get or maintain erections.

3. High blood pressure

This one is pretty well-known, and a lot of people who have high blood pressure already know that they’re at risk for some kind of heart trouble. When you get diagnosed with high blood pressure, it’s an immediate warning sign to high-risk issues like heart attacks, strokes and even heart disease.

According to Blood Pressure UK, If you have high blood pressure, this means that your heart has to work harder to push blood around your body. To cope with this extra effort, your heart becomes thicker and stiffer, which makes it less able to do its job.



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