Arrhythmia and angina pectoris are the most common cardiac pathologies associated with each other but have different symptoms. This is due to the fact that these diseases are different nature.
Thus, arrhythmia is a consequence of a violation of the heart rate, change in the frequency and sequence of beats (contractions). It arises because of diseases of the cardiovascular system or in people with arterial hypertension. Sometimes arrhythmias occur in women during menopause. Craniocerebral trauma can also be the cause of arrhythmia. What to say about frequent stresses, smoking or physical and nervous strain.
Angina pectoris is manifested in heart attacks, which are the result of arrhythmic disorders. Angina pectoris can provoke a lack of oxygen - a part of the muscle that does not get enough oxygen, is damaged, weakened, and there may be necrotic processes.
Signs of arrhythmia and angina are manifested differently. Often, due to arrhythmias, people are bled with chronic fatigue and poor health. People complain about general weakness, fever, numbness of the upper limbs, nausea. After a while, the patient experiences a feeling of fear and helplessness. And then there is a panic that only worsens the situation and increases the severity of the symptoms of arrhythmia.
Therefore, remember: it is important to maintain mental balance and be sure to contact a doctor in time. With violations of the cardiac rhythm it is necessary to completely abandon the use of alcoholic beverages. And smoking is a bad assistant here - the calming you look for, smoking the cigarette on the cigarette, only the visibility.
Arrhythmia can not be started - it can be a harbinger of a more serious disease - fibrillation of the ventricles of the heart. And this is a chance to die suddenly. Above has been said about general signs of arrhythmia. In this case, the clinical picture of arrhythmia for each individual patient is individual. Also, the condition of a person will depend on various factors, the presence or absence of concomitant diseases.
Arrhythmia is divided into several types, each of which has its own symptoms. So, with bradycardia, the patient feels a slowed heartbeat, lethargy and drowsiness. At tachycardia - on the contrary, accelerated palpitations, increased excitability, restless state of health, shortness of breath and chest pain.
With flashing arrhythmia, people experience irregular heartbeat, sudden changes in pressure, a feeling of constant nausea and dizziness. When angina pectoris there are burning and acute pain in the chest, worsening sweating, even vomiting may appear.
But when angina pectoris there are pain attacks during inhalation and exhalation; Pain with concomitant smoking in the chest; Difficulty in breathing due to lack of air. Sometimes there are pains in the back area; Disorders of digestion - heartburn, colitis, nausea, vomiting.