If you feel these 3 things, your heart may be in danger


          New research has found that men who experience this are more likely to have a heart attack.

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), people always need to be concerned about cardiovascular health, especially heart disease because it is the leading cause of death globally.

Unfortunately, with the wide variety of heart problems you can experience, it can be difficult to recognize all of the potential symptoms.

While there are big signs like chest discomfort, pain, and tightness, it’s also important to look out for less obvious signs.

According to new research, if you feel these 3 things, your heart could be in danger.

* Severe exhaustion.

Men experiencing severe burnout are more likely to have a heart attack.

Russian researchers sought to examine the link between severe burnout and heart attack risk in men with no history of cardiovascular disease, and their findings were presented at a scientific conference. Online by the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) on March 13.

Researchers examined more than 650 men between the ages of 25 and 64, and found that men experiencing severe burnout were more likely to have a heart attack.

Specifically, compared with men without burnout, men with moderate or high levels of severe burnout had a higher risk of having a heart attack:

•2.7 times within 5 years
•2.25 times within 10 years
• 2.1 times within 14 years.

A researcher at the Institute of Cytology and Genetics in Novosibirsk (Russia), explained in a statement, severe burnout is a combination of the following three symptoms:

– Excessive fatigue.

– Feeling demoralized.

– Irritability.

1. Excessive fatigue.

Most people experience temporary fatigue, but excessive fatigue is persistent and does not improve even with rest, as it is “a near-constant state of fatigue that develops over time and diminishes.” energy, motivation and focus”.

2. Feeling demoralized.

3. Irritability.

Irritability is defined as “feeling agitated” that has the potential to make you easily frustrated or upset.
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* People with an irritable personality are more likely to have a heart attack

There is a strong association between men suffering from exhaustion and having high blood pressure.

The researchers found that 74% of men with high blood pressure also suffered from burnout.

Of these burnout sufferers, 58% had severe severe burnout and 16% had moderate severe burnout.

High blood pressure usually doesn’t cause symptoms unless it’s severe, but these symptoms can include severe headaches, nosebleeds, fatigue, confusion, vision problems, chest pain, shortness of breath, irregular heartbeat, blood in the urine, and a pounding pulse in the neck, or ears.

If you experience any of the above symptoms, you should seek medical attention immediately and also have your blood pressure checked regularly.

* Single men are more likely to have a heart attack.

The risk of heart attack associated with severe burnout is higher in men who have never been married, divorced or widowed, researchers say.

The effect of marital status on burnout and heart attack may be related to single living conditions.

Living alone is likely to receive less social support, he explained. Efforts to improve health and reduce stress at home and at work can help reduce severe burnout.
Participating in community groups is a way to increase social support and be less vulnerable to stress.

Along with a healthy lifestyle, these measures will benefit heart health.

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