Chest pain or discomfort: This can manifest as a squeezing, pressure, or tightness in the chest, commonly known as angina.
Shortness of breath: Difficulty breathing or feeling short of breath, especially during physical activity or at rest, can be a sign of heart failure or other heart-related conditions.
Fatigue and weakness: Feeling excessively tired or weak, even with minimal physical exertion or at rest, can be a symptom of a heart problem.
Rapid or irregular heartbeat: Heart palpitations, where you feel like your heart is racing or beating irregularly, can indicate an underlying heart condition.
Swelling in the legs, ankles, and feet: Retaining fluid and experiencing swelling in the lower extremities may suggest heart failure, as the heart's ability to pump blood efficiently is compromised.
Dizziness or lightheadedness: Feeling dizzy or lightheaded, especially when standing up or exerting yourself, can be a sign of decreased blood flow to the brain due to a heart problem.
Persistent cough or wheezing: A chronic cough that produces white or pink-tinged phlegm, or wheezing, can be a sign of heart failure or fluid accumulation in the lungs.