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1 year ago
Are angina attacks hereditary?
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1 year ago
Out of various causes of anginal attacks, hereditary factor can also lead to angina. If someone in your family especially first degree relative like mother, father, brother are suffering from angina, then there are increased chances of you getting angina. Other risk factors of angina like high blood pressure, high cholesterol, etc. also runs in families.
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1 year ago
Does angina worsens after heavy eating?
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1 year ago
Yes, angina can be worsened after heavy eating and exercise. Chest pain or heartburn can also be a problem due to stomach upset and acid reflux. This should be differentiated from angina from heart disease.
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1 year ago
How are angina and atherosclerosis related?
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1 year ago
Atherosclerosis means deposition of fatty material inside the arteries that leads to narrowing of arteries. Narrowing of arteries in the heart leads to reduced oxygenated blood supply to heart and can cause angina.
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1 year ago
Can I take alcohol in angina?
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1 year ago
By drinking moderate alcohol, i.e., two drinks a day for men and one drink a day for women, some people get beneficial effect against heart diseases like angina. Heavy drinking can badly damage your heart leading to heart diseases.
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1 year ago
What to eat and avoid in angina?
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1 year ago
Fish (contains omega-3 fatty acids that are good for healthy heart), fruits, vegetables, and vitamins should be added to diet in patients of angina. Avoid oily foods like meat, dairy products, excessive salt, and frozen foods.
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1 year ago
Why does angina cause nausea/vomiting?
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1 year ago
Nausea and vomiting may occur in angina due to activation of autonomic nervous system that regulate various organs like heart, stomach, and intestine.
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1 year ago
What is the difference between angina and indigestion?
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1 year ago
Chest pain of angina and indigestion look similar. Many a time chest pain due to indigestion is bearable, burning, and get relieved after taking digestive pills. Whereas anginal pain is usually unbearable, radiate to arms, jaw, neck, and relieved by taking medications to cure angina like sorbitrate.
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1 year ago
what does angina chest pain feel like
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1 year ago
Angina pain feels like any of the following - crushing, squeezing, burning, tightness, heaviness, pressure sensation, band-like feeling around the chest. It is a sensation of extreme discomfort in the central and left chest region.
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1 year ago
What is the difference between angina and palpitations?
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1 year ago
If you feel squeezing and pressure in the center of chest that may radiate to other body parts like arms, neck, or jaw, it is called angina. Palpitation is when you can feel your own heart beats that are rapid and fast.
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1 year ago
What is the difference between myocardial infarction and angina?
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1 year ago
Myocardial infarction and angina lead to chest pain that radiates to jaw, neck, shoulder, arm, and back. As compared to angina, myocardial infraction is usually more severe with respect to chest pain which may last for about more than 30 min, associated with nausea, sweating, and does not get relieved by taking rest.
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1 year ago
Why is angina worse in the cold weather?
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1 year ago
Cold weather causes constriction of blood vessels. This leads to decreased blood supply to the heart. This, along with an increased demand of oxygenated blood by the body, puts pressure on the heart leading to worsening of angina.
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1 year ago
Is there any relation between angina and physical activity (like running, walking, and exercising)?
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1 year ago
Physical activities like running, walking, and exercising increase the severity of chest pain in stable type of angina. Whereas in unstable form of angina, patient may get symptoms even at rest.
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