As we all know, coronary heart disease and angina pectoris are common diseases of modern middle-aged and elderly people, and the incidence rate of this age stage is relatively high. Therefore, as children, we should take the elderly to the hospital regularly to do a good job of inspection. In addition to the first time, in daily life, if the following conditions are found, we should go to a doctor in time and find coronary heart disease as soon as possible.
1. People with chest pain or palpitation when they are full of food, cold or watching thrilling movies.
2. When the pillow is low at night, people feel chest tightness and suffocation, and need to lie on the high pillow to feel comfortable; when sleeping, or lying flat in the daytime, people suddenly have chest pain, palpitation, and dyspnea, and need to sit up or stand up immediately to relieve.
3. When having sex or defecating forcefully, there are palpitations, chest tightness, shortness of breath or chest pain discomfort.
4. Hearing the noise will cause panic and chest distress.
5. The pulse is irregular repeatedly, and the heart rate is too fast or too slow for unknown reasons.
6. When you are tired or stressed, you will have a dull pain in the back of sternum or precordial area, or a tightening pain, and you will radiate to the left shoulder and upper left arm for 3-5 minutes, which will be relieved by yourself after rest.
7. Physical activity, chest tightness, palpitation, shortness of breath, self relief at rest.
8. There are headache, toothache and leg pain related to sports.
Experts remind that in order to detect coronary heart disease as early as possible, people over 40 years old should regularly do the following tests:
If the test results are abnormal or there are other risk factors for coronary heart disease, blood cholesterol test should be conducted once or more times every five years.
Take a blood pressure check once a year.
Take a blood sugar test once a year.
If you are a high-risk group of coronary heart disease, you need to ask your doctor to see if you need to have an ECG test. If further examination is needed, the doctor will arrange a sports test to measure the ECG when stepping on the fixed foot car or treadmill.