Signs and symptoms of angina are sometimes described differently by different people. These descriptions of symptoms include chest pain that may be felt as fullness, crushing, burning, squeezing, heaviness, or a dull ache. The symptoms are often brought on by exercise or exertion. Other associated symptoms and signs can include
- pain in the jaw, teeth, or neck;
- inability to exercise;
- rapid breathing;
- shortness of breath; and
Causes of angina
Inadequate blood flow to the heart muscle causes angina. Coronary artery disease is most often the cause of angina.
Other angina symptoms and signs
- Chest Pain
- Inability to Exercise
- Jaw Pain
- Neck Pain
- Rapid Breathing
- Shortness of Breath
Main Article on Angina Symptoms and Signs
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