Angina pectoris, its types, causes and accompanying symptoms

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Angina pectoris, its types, causes and accompanying symptoms

 Angina pectoris, its types, causes and accompanying symptoms

 Angina pectoris, its types, causes and accompanying symptoms

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  1. heart attack
  2. what is the Hart Attack
  3. Types of angina pectoris
  4. Angina pectoris symptoms
  5. Causes of angina pectori

heart attack

 Angina is a type of pain in the chest area that results from a decrease or increase in blood flow to the heart. Angina pectoris is a symptom of heart disease called coronary artery disease. It is called angina pectoris because of its location.

what is the Hart Attack

Angina pain is usually described as a feeling of squeezing, pressure, heaviness, tightness or pain in the chest and this may lead to a feeling of a mountain on the chest. It goes away with treatment.

Types of angina pectoris

There are different types of angina, and the type depends on the cause and whether the drugs work or not.


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Stable angina: and this angina is the most common form and usually occurs during activities or exertion and disappears with rest or with treatment of angina pectoris, and the pain of that angina can be predicted and be similar to regular chest pain attacks, and chest pain usually lasts for a short period of time It may take five minutes or less.

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Unstable angina: This angina cannot be predicted because it is unstable and occurs during rest. Angina pain may worsen during rest or occur with minimal physical exertion, and this type is usually severe and lasts longer than stable angina. It lasts for 20 minutes or longer and the pain does not go away with rest or with the usual angina medications. And if the blood flow to the heart does not improve, the heart is deprived of oxygen and a heart attack occurs, and unstable angina pectoris is among the serious conditions that require rapid treatment.

Contrasting angina: Contrary to the fact that many people, also known as Prinzmetal's angina, do not occur due to coronary artery disease, but it occurs due to spasm that occurs in the arteries of the heart that reduces blood flow suddenly and for a temporary period and is represented by acute chest pain and this is the main symptom of angina The violation occurs mostly in periods of rest, at rest and throughout the night and the pain may be reduced by taking angina medications.

Intractable angina: intractable angina occurs frequently despite continuing treatment and making changes in the patient's daily pattern.

Angina pectoris symptoms

The symptoms of angina pectoris are represented in several points, some of which occur and the other is not required, such as:

burning, fullness, pressure, squeezing, chest pain, dizziness, tiredness, nausea, shortness of breath, sweating

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You may also feel pain in your arms, neck, mouth, or back.

Causes of angina pectoris

Angina pectoris occurs due to decreased or increased blood flow to the heart muscle, in both cases, blood is responsible for transporting the oxygen that the heart muscle needs to survive, and when the heart muscle does not get enough oxygen, this causes a condition called severe pain and this is the reason Coronary artery disease is the most common cause of reduced blood flow to the heart muscle, and it may cause narrowing of the arteries of the heart (coronary artery) due to fatty deposits, and this condition is called atherosclerosis.

If these deposits rupture, a blood clot forms on the heart, and this may quickly block blood flow through the artery or reduce the rate of blood passing through it. This may lead to a sudden drop in blood flow to the heart muscle.