"Healthline" says that heart failure is when the heart's ability to contract weakens. This means that the heart's ability to pump blood to the body is no longer helpful, and blood moves through the heart and the rest of the body much more slowly than it should. The disease is caused by a problem with how the heart is set up or how it works.
Most cases are caused by congestive heart failure, in which blood flow to the organs is reduced and water builds up in the organs. Here are some early signs of heart failure, though:
1. Chest pain
Heart failure usually causes pain on the left side of the chest. Before the heart feels heavy and tight in the chest, the chest is squeezed and tightened.
Fatigue is caused by not enough blood being pumped out and not enough blood going to all of the organs in the body. Patients with anemia are always tired, which makes it hard for them to do anything. In expansion, the patient is also feeling weak, dizzy, forgetful, and has a headache.
3. No wet cough
If you have a dry cough that doesn't go away and you don't know why, it could be the first sign of heart failure. Heart failure patients have trouble coughing up a dry mucus, which is a sign of heart failure.
The patient can't sleep because of his long-lasting cough, which makes him tired and hoarse. The more severe the disease, the more likely it is that you will cough. Coughing is most likely to happen when you are lying down, so you must sit up completely to feel better.
4. Trouble getting enough air
This is one of the first signs of heart failure that most people notice, especially when they are working hard or when their head is down or they are lying down. Due to heart failure, the person feels short of breath and has heart palpitations.
Please use the tips in this article to avoid having a heart attack.
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