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  • Angina

    Stable Angina: It is triggered by physical exertion, it occurs when we climb stairs or heavy exercise or walk, if heart does not gets enough blood, emotional stress, cold temperature, arteries will get narrow in angina condition. Unstable Angina: It is caused due to blood clots, heart attacks takes place, Variant Angina: It is also called as Prinzmetal’s angina it is caused by spasm present in coronary artery. It reduces blood flow and leads to severe chest pain.

  • Angina

    Angina is defined as chest pain which is caused due to reduced blood flow to heart muscle. It is a symptom of coronary artery disease. It is also known as Angina Pectoris. It leads to severe chest pain or discomfort in chest and sometimes breathing problems also occurs. Symptoms of Angina; Symptoms of Angina are nausea, fatigue, sweating, dizziness, shortness of breath, severe body pains.

  • Angina

    Treatment for Angina: Angina can be treated by using different types of medicaments they are nitrates, aspirin, clot-preventing drugs, β blockers, statins, calcium channel blockers etc. Statistics: 16,000,000 victims of angina, heart attack and other forms of coronary heart disease are still living. Victims of Angina are 8,700,000 males and 7,300,000 females. Ratio of Angina is 9.4% for men and 6.0% for women. Half of heart attacks takes place due to coronary heart attacks. 

 

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