7 Weird Signs You Might Have A Heart Problem

6. Fainting

Fainting tends to occur due to a sudden drop in blood pressure levels, and this can take place by a wide variety of elements, including the medications that we are taking, and even sudden changes of posture, for instance, getting out of bed too fast often tends to give us a head-rush.

However, in certain instances, fainting can be an indication of a serious body ailment. It can be explained by valve disorders that prevent a smooth and effective blood flow, an aortic tear or even an excessively fast or excessively slow heartbeat can also cause fainting.

However, if you have experienced fainting only once, it is highly unlikely to be cause for much concern. However, if you are constantly fainting, or if you’ve fainted once along with the onset of other symptoms, you must consult your doctor immediately.

7. Dizziness

Much like most of the symptoms mentioned in this article, dizziness that tends to occur occasionally doesn’t raise much concern. Sometimes, it is common to experience light-headedness due to fatigue, standing up too fast or even dehydration amongst countless other reasons.

However, if the dizziness continues to persist, it becomes a cause for concern and you must immediately rush to consult your doctor. If it is being caused by an ailment in your heart, it could be occurring due to valve issues interfering with your blood pressure levels or even artery blockages.


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  1. I have severe pain like an elephant sitting on my neck, and dizziness. I have a severe cervical neck disease, and bad headaches and head pain.

  2. Hy, well I don’t know about me but I often feel like I could stretch my neck my back until they make that stretchy sound… It always like I’m not free or my bones are sore… By the way I’m a male of age25 … People think I might I have a problem especially my lower back I have to bent over for to be relieved. ….

  3. I was 37 yrs old and ended up in icu for 70 days I have endocarditis and recently went thru open heart surgery to repair valves and they implanted a angioplasty ring but my odds are maybe 2;more years longer

  4. What men need to understand is that erectile dysfunction is often a precursor to heart disease. Doctors will not do their due diligence and simply prescribe ED drugs to cover up the real underlying problem.

    If you’re having problems like this and it’s not due to relationship issues or psychological problems, it’s important to get assessed. Change your lifestyle and eat healthy. Stop smoking and drinking.

    Once you get a heart attack, many of the drugs you’ll be forced to take for the rest of your life often kill libido and/or will cause further ED. It’s not a pretty picture of you used to enjoy sex.

  5. I have numbness in my left leg, and numbness in my penis sometimes.. could this be related, and should i be concern ed?

  6. Hi, I had mild heart attack.
    few years ago I used to get back pain I told my GP she send me for phjio they thought me to do excise that made my back pain so worsh that I could walk at all without family members helping me after few day in morning I fainted admitted to hospital they said I had mild heart attack.
    Few days ago found out that I have enlarged heart.
    I wonder why doctor don’t notice the symptoms of anxiety and heart attack.

  7. Natural are the way the medicine doctors give mess you up more to many side effects and they don’t work take care of your self naturally. The reason why? They wanted you to be well they can but you got to have a lot of money or be Ginny pig and get hurt more.

  8. I have had all this and was put in the hospital. They found I have a coiled aorta. My heart was pounding in my head bad. I felt like weights on my back and I was weak and felt faint. I am getting an MRI and aultrasound on my neck. Believe I have neck problems. I always feel like I am going to throw up and if I lay down I can feel my heart pounding in my head. Scarys me but I always talk myself into relaxing and forget about it. It just doesn’t feel right.

  9. I experience most of these symptoms occasionally one or more at a time. I just turned 30 last year in December. Should I be worried?

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