3 Basic Signs You Will Notice When You Develop Heart Conditions.

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According to Biomed Research International, heart attack and stroke are leading causes of death globally. The World Health Organisation estimates that 7.3 million deaths globally were due to coronary heart disease and 6.2 million were due to stroke in 2008. By 2030, almost 23.6 million people will die from cardiovascular disease every year.

So whether you like it or not, some basic signs indicate you might be developing heart disease. But the earlier you know the better for you to tackle it immediately. It is not to be ignored or joke about.

And any diseases that affect the heart can be so disastrous because they can eventually lead to death. After all, the heart is the engine house of the body system. However, here are some signs that will help you to know if you have heart disease or not.

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1. Heavily sweaty

It is normal to sweat but when it becomes unusual there is a need for immediate attention. Sweating when you have been to the gym or it's a really hot day, is nothing to worry about. But feeling hot and clammy along with chest pains is a sign that you might have heart conditions.

2. Swollen Ankles

Aside from it been a sign of heart condition it is something you don't want to have and be relaxed about it. As a symptom of heart disease, it makes your legs and ankles swell within a short period. Also, one suffering from heart disease has difficulty walking.

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3. Jaw pain

Research has shown that with heart attacks, you can experience pain in the jaw. Also, if it does not go away, I recommend you ask for help or call a doctor.

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Source: Heart Matters Magazine

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