Palpitations: Rapid heartbeat and irregular heartbeat.

on December 02, 2022
What is cardiovascular disease?
Cardiovascular disease refers to the disease of the heart and blood vessels, the common cause is atherosclerosis leading to blood vessel obstruction caused by blood flow is not smooth, and then lead to a variety of diseases, symptoms such as palpitations, breathing difficulties, purple, dizziness, dizziness, dizziness and so on.
Common cardiovascular diseases include coronary artery heart disease, stroke, heart failure, arrhythmia, valvular heart disease, etc., and may die severely. Risk groups include smoking, high blood pressure, family history, diabetes, obesity, and the elderly.
Prevention of cardiovascular disease is greater than treatment, and once the disease occurs, the treatment methods are drug treatment and coronary artery surgery, including balloon dilation, cardiac stents, coronary artery bypass surgery, etc.
Symptoms of cardiovascular disease :
Palpitations: Rapid heartbeat and irregular heartbeat.
Difficulty breathing: Breathing is laborious, and the examination will find that the patient has too many breaths, fast movements and excessive amplitude.
Purple: Purple is an increase in reduced hemoglobin in the blood, resulting in a bluish phenomenon in the skin mucosa, which is very common in people with heart disease.
Dizziness: The patient will feel that the surrounding environment is shaking or spinning, accompanied by unstable standing, nausea, vomiting, pale face, sweating, and decreased blood pressure.
Dizziness: The main cause of dizziness is temporary cerebral ischemia, hypoxia, and symptoms such as dizziness will appear before losing consciousness.
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