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Heart Health Symptoms You Should Never Ignore

The Remedy Logo By Leah Groth of The Remedy | Slide 1 of 21: Spam calls. Your mother-in-law. The last X-Men movie. You ignore a lot of things. Weird pains related to your heart shouldn't be one of them. According to the CDC, about 610,000 people die of heart disease in the United States every year—amounting to one in every four deaths. In fact, the leading cause of death in our country for both men and women is heart disease.Those stats are hard to ignore.If you are having a heart attack, symptoms are usually strong and will arise suddenly. Unfortunately, when it comes to heart failure, the symptoms aren't so obvious, and usually don't develop overnight. In fact, if your heart is failing, you might not experience any symptoms at all.One of the most important ways to take care of your heart health is simply knowing the signs and symptoms—whether they are incredibly subtle or extremely obvious. The Remedy spoke to several of the nation's top physicians to help you spot them and act before it's too late.

Heart Health Symptoms You Should Never Ignore

Spam calls. Your mother-in-law. The last X-Men movie. You ignore a lot of things. Weird pains related to your heart shouldn't be one of them. According to the CDC, about 610,000 people die of heart disease in the United States every year—amounting to one in every four deaths. In fact, the leading cause of death in our country for both men and women is heart disease.

Those stats are hard to ignore.

If you are having a heart attack, symptoms are usually strong and will arise suddenly. Unfortunately, when it comes to heart failure, the symptoms aren't so obvious, and usually don't develop overnight. In fact, if your heart is failing, you might not experience any symptoms at all.

One of the most important ways to take care of your heart health is simply knowing the signs and symptoms—whether they are incredibly subtle or extremely obvious. The Remedy spoke to several of the nation's top physicians to help you spot them and act before it's too late.

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