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For example coronary artery disease (CAD), congenital heart disease (CHD), heart attack, and rheumatic heart disease.
Coronary heart disease (CHD) The main symptom of coronary is angina, which knows as chest pain. The pain can be feels as “heaviness, tightness, squeezes, or pressure in the chest or sometime it can be felt in arm, neck, jaw, shoulders or back.” (Coronary Artery Disease, 2015) also shortness breaths as known as a symptom of CAD, which do not let the heart’s pumping enough blood to meet body needs. It makes the people, who have it looks very tired.
Congenital heart disease (CHD) There are different symptoms of congenital heart disease, such as “shortness of breath, difficulty feeding in infancy, sweating, cyanosis, heart murmur, respiratory infections that recur excessively, stunted growth, and limbs and muscles that are underdeveloped.”(Congenital Heart Disease, 2010).
There are common symptoms of heart attack such as:
• “Uncomfortable pressure, fullness, heaviness, squeezing, or pain in the center of the chest. The sensation lasts more than a few minutes, or may go away and …show more content…
But they do not happen every time the heart attack occurs. People who have these symptoms have to call the emergency or go to nearest hospital.
Rheumatic heart disease
This disease has many symptoms such as pain, and pain can be in different areas including chest, neck, jaw, shoulder and arms. There are others symptoms, for example, “excessive fatigue, heart palpitations (when the heart flutters or misses beats), a thumping sensation in the chest, shortness of breath, and swollen ankles, wrists or stomach.” (Heart Disease, 2013)
Major Risk Factors There a lot of major contributing risk factors, each type of heart disease have almost the same risk factors. But some of factors can change, and some of them can’t, and some of them can change and some cannot. There major risks that cannot change are:
• Heredity: where the parents, who have heart disease, can pass it to their kids through genes.
• Gender: more men face the risk of heart disease than the women, and they can get heart attack early. Both men and women die for it at any age.
• Age: elders between 45 and 55 or older, more likely to have CHD, “nearly 380,000 people in the United States die each year because of coronary artery disease.” (Coronary Artery Disease,