Are you one of those people who have difficulty climbing stairs, which makes you very upset and may not be able to perform all the stairs without rest forever?
The rise of stairs can be stressful and difficult for some, especially for those who do not have great physical fitness, but down stairs can also indicate a health problem that should not be forgotten and related to heart health.
The problem is the risk of angina, one of the most common forms of heart disease among people.
Fever, when the stairs rise, threatens angina
Dr. Jamal Shaaban, former dean of the Institute of the Heart of Egypt, says that many people may suffer from angina symptoms without knowing what can cause serious complications to health, and some may even die if not treated quickly.
The most important symptoms of Angina Pectoris should be warned:
- Severe chest pain.
- Left shoulder weight.
- Shortness of breath and hyperhidrosis.
- When you do nothing.
- Sore throat.
- Powerful tooth mother.
He adds that angina pectoris is due to a lack of coronary artery, which makes the cardiovascular system unable to provide myocardial needs for blood perfusion.
The symptoms of this angina can disappear endless immortality only at a late stage, which suffers from severe chest pain and teeth.
Diagnosis and treatment of angina pectoris
Dr Shaaban stressed the need to go to an emergency or specialist immediately after the previous symptoms are fully known, as comprehensive medical research helps to identify the cause of the disability and identify appropriate treatment.
These measures include attaching the heart and ultrasound to the chest and catheter, a process that takes about half an hour, during which a thin hose from the femoral artery is added, where it is injected with a dye that facilitates the physician to see coronary artery and heart and identify problems.
It is generally used to install stents that work to treat coronary artery contraction.
Angina pectoris contraceptive methods
Dr Shaaban also recommends preventing angina and serious complications by following these guidelines and instructions:
- Stop smoking.
- Avoid fat and fatty foods.
- Avoid obesity and maintain healthy weight.
- Sleep well and rest as much as possible.
- Drink enough water.
- Move regularly.
- Avoid stress and tension.
- Diet and healthy life.