Lack myocardial signs include: Cramps in the left chest area, palpitations, anxiety, palpitations, shortness of breath, nausea and vomiting, sweating, dizziness, fainting ... When there are signs of ischemia heart, patients need to think about the risk of ischemic heart disease and hospitalization for timely emergency.
Signs of myocardial ischemia
The most common signs of myocardial ischemia is angina. Patients often have pain in the chest behind the sternum area. The pain may radiate to the jaw, shoulder and left arm. The pain usually occurs with exertion or when touched. Period pain usually lasts about 5-10 minutes and no more than 30 minutes. Angina will decrease when patients rest or shut coronary vasodilator.
As with angina, the patient will feel very tired, may be accompanied by sweating phenomenon, feeling nausea and vomiting ... If angina lasts longer than 20 minutes, the risk of myocardial infarction is high.
In some atypical cases, patients may feel tired bouts phenomenon without angina or less pain.
The signs of myocardial ischemia associated include palpitations, tachycardia, dyspnea, nausea and vomiting, and sweating, dizziness ... and fainting.
The cardiologist recommended, as there are signs of ischemic heart disease, the patient should immediately stop all work is done, let relatives know, lie and hospitalized for examination, diagnosis and timely treatment, prevent and limit adverse events may occur.
Causes of ischemic heart disease
Ischemic heart disease may be due to many causes. Here are the causes and risk factors of ischemic heart disease:
Principle cause of ischemic heart disease include:
+ Infection fiber circuits fat: This is the cause in 90% of cases of ischemic heart disease.
Injury to the entity in the coronary arteries.
+ Acute coronary arteries due to syphilis, inflammation around the node arteries, coronary embolism caused by blood clots from far away.
+ When the oxygen supply to the heart muscle is not enough lead to severe anemia.
+ When using oxygen demand increased, hypertension, left ventricular hypertrophy, physical activity increases dramatically ...
-The Risk factors causing ischemic heart disease include:
· In families with people with ischemic heart disease
· Smoking, drinking a lot of alcohol and other harmful substances
· Lipid metabolism disorders
· Overweight - Obesity
· Less physical activity
· Living in an environment prone to stress