4 symptoms to see a doctor immediately!

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In Hungary, cardiovascular diseases cause more than half of all deaths. It is good to know that prevention or timely intervention can save lives.

Risk factors

It is a typical picture – especially around the holidays – that we rush all day, live in increasing stress, eat foods rich in fat, sugar and salt, and almost 30 percent of the population smokes. In addition, a sedentary lifestyle and obesity also contribute greatly to the onset of cardiovascular disease. In addition to lifestyle factors, the role of heredity is particularly important, and those with a family history of cardiovascular disease have an increased risk of developing the disease.

4 warning symptoms

Cardiovascular disease is more common in men under the age of 50, while in women around the age of 50, due to the hormonal changes associated with menopause, their incidence increases rapidly in women, so from this age the risk is higher for both sexes. between almost identical. Depending on the individual, their severity and their nature, cardiovascular diseases can be indicated at an early stage, so if you have not done so before, see a specialist as soon as possible!

When should this be done?

  1. In case of chest pain (even if it often manifests as a short, mild discomfort in the chest).
  2. If you experience shortness of breath, suffocation or difficulty breathing.
  3. If you feel a palpitation at rest, a high heart rate will occur.
  4. Unusual weakness, feeling tired, tired.

What tests are needed?

The safest way to prevent it is to perform a complex cardiological screening every year, not only when the above symptoms are detected, but also in the asymptomatic state. Filtering involves the following steps:

  • laboratory testing with blood sampling (general examination covering not only cardiovascular risk factors but all organ systems),
  • assessment of complaints, previous illnesses, current physical condition with a cardiologist,
  • comprehensive physical examination (not only of a cardiological nature),
  • nyugalmi EKG,
  • heartbeat
  • exercise ECG,
  • summarizing and discussing findings and actions in writing and orally,
  • if necessary, prescription and / or lifestyle recommendations.


Source: Patika Magazin Online by www.patikamagazin.hu.

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