Most Common Symptoms

Your heart is responsible for constantly supplying oxygen and nutrients to keep your body alive. The dual responsibilities of the heart are to pump oxygenated blood to the body and oxygenate poor blood to the lungs for re-oxygenation. For that reason, behind cardiovascular diseases isn’t all about poor dieting and unhealthy lifestyle choices. As a matter of fact, most Cardiovascular diseases can develop as early as birth. You can be the most active and vigorous person in the room, yet suffer from a congenital heart disease. Abnormalities in your heart are the reason you should conduct a yearly medical check-up. If the human body can go through serious changes in just one year, imagine what your heart goes through on a daily basis? Here you will be able to find the most common symptoms that might indicate your heart is not feeling well. Remember to set an appointment with a cardiologist for proper examination and treatment options.  


Children symptoms:

  • Getting out of breath easily
  • Gums and tongue turning blue
  • Can’t physically keep up 
  • Lack of appetite 
  • Repeatedly falling asleep
  • Sudden fainting 
  • Nausea 

Adult symptoms: 

  • Shortness of breath
  • Dizziness 
  • Irregular heartbeats
  • Weakness/fatigue
  • Chest pain
  • Inflammation of limbs
  • Indigestion 


All symptoms vary by body and heart condition. If your body is signaling abnormal signs and symptoms of pain, discomfort, or irritability that means it’s time to get examined by a doctor. The most common mistake is letting symptoms get worse and ending it up being too late to treat the underlying disease. Remember that your heart works non-stop and it is always nice to check up on it to see if it needs medical help. Being born with a heart disease or developing a heart problem through the course of your life can be scary, but remember that no matter the complication a cardiologist will guide you along the way!  

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