How to detect coronary heart disease as early as possible?

To detect coronary heart disease early, it is important to pay attention to the following symptoms:

  1. Chest discomfort or pain behind the sternum or in the precordial area, or a squeezing pain that radiates to the left shoulder or arm, lasting for 3-5 minutes and relieved with rest.
  2. Chest tightness, palpitations, or shortness of breath during physical activity, relieved with rest.
  3. Exercise-related headaches, toothaches, leg pain, etc.
  4. Chest pain or palpitations occurring after a heavy meal, exposure to cold, or watching thrilling movies.
  5. Feeling of chest tightness or breathlessness with a low pillow while sleeping at night, requiring a higher pillow position for comfort. Sudden onset of chest pain, palpitations, or difficulty breathing while lying flat during sleep or in the daytime, relieved by immediately sitting up or standing.
  6. Feeling of palpitations, chest tightness, shortness of breath, or discomfort during sexual activity or straining during bowel movements.
  7. Feeling of palpitations or chest tightness triggered by hearing loud noises or other sounds.
  8. Recurring irregular heartbeat, unexplained tachycardia, or bradycardia.
  9. Symptoms such as fainting, blacking out, fatigue, nausea, etc.
How to detect coronary heart disease as early as possible?
How to detect coronary heart disease as early as possible?

If any of these symptoms occur, it is important to seek medical attention promptly for examination and early detection and diagnosis of coronary heart disease. At the same time, it is important to make lifestyle adjustments and maintain healthy habits, such as quitting smoking, limiting alcohol consumption, maintaining a balanced diet, engaging in appropriate exercise, etc., to reduce the risk of developing coronary heart disease.

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