​myHeart_KE KISUMU COUNTY TOUR –KASAGAM HIGH SCHOOL. (PART 2)

Hello there our online audience, as promised I will be teaching you on something about cardiovascular health we learned at Kasagam High School. Now I cant stress enough that this school was amazing ,I really felt contented after doing this talk on this school. With this kind of interaction with the students, I feel that we really impacted to these students.

Now in our part 2 segments, we will be talking on information about your cardiovascular health you should know. Without further ado let’s get to this.

Today we will be taking about

symptoms of cardiovascular diseases

 

What are the symptoms of cardiovascular disease?

There are many different types of cardiovascular disease, so symptoms and signs will vary depending on the specific type of disease a patient has. However, typical symptoms of an underlying cardiovascular issue include:

  1. Pains or pressure in the chest, which may indicate angina.
  2. Pain or discomfort in the arms, the left shoulder, elbows, jaw, or back.
  3. Shortness of breath (also known as dyspnea).
  4. Nausea and fatigue.
  5. Light-headed or faint.
  6. Cold sweat.
  7. Overall, symptoms vary and are specific to the individual – but these are most common.


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