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Cardiologist named three hidden symptoms of cardiovascular disease

Cardiologist Dmitry Napalkov named three hidden symptoms of cardiovascular disease. These include high blood pressure with normal state of health, cardiac arrhythmia and light-headedness, according to RIA Novosti.
Cardiologist named three hidden symptoms of cardiovascular disease

The physician explains that elevated blood pressure should not be attributed to overwork or weather change with normal state of health. In this case, it is imperative to consult a doctor.

It is also important to consider the problems with arrhythmia, since the disease in these cases can also be asymptomatic, according to a specialist.

“The problem is that when arrhythmia occurs, the risk of blood clots in the heart increases. This blood clot can break off, fly and virtually completely block the lumen of any vessel. It may be a coronary artery feeding the heart, and there will be a heart attack; or it may be a cerebral artery and there will be a stroke; or it can be a renal artery and there will be a kidney infarction, rarely, but it happens; or it may be a mesenteric artery and there will be intestinal thrombosis,” Napalkov said.

Source: https://ria.ru/20210503/infarkt-1730956801.html

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