How to diagnose heart disease: Understanding the heart disease symptoms

There is an alarming rise in people living with heart disease in the UK.

But is it a disease we need to be worried about?

What are the symptoms?

What can we do to avoid getting it?

In the BBC’s new show Heart Disease, we’ll delve into the symptoms of the disease to help you understand what it is and how it affects your health.

Listen to Heart Disease here on BBC Radio 4.


What is heart disease?

The heart disease disease is an inflammation of the heart muscle and arteries, and is the most common type of heart disease.

It can cause heart failure and death, but it can also lead to a number of other serious problems.

The most common causes of heart failure include a family history of the condition, the stress of having heart disease, the impact of being overweight, and the use of medication for it.

Heart disease can also be the result of an underlying condition, including a heart condition such as angina, stroke, or coronary artery disease.


What are some of the symptoms and signs of heart attack?

When your heart attacks, it can be a painful, throbbing, and sometimes severe pain.

This is the time when your heart muscles feel weak and weak.

When this happens, your heart is racing and pumping blood around your body.

It also feels a bit hot and uncomfortable.

You may also feel a little tired and achy.

If you have a heart attack, you may also have chest pain and a slight discomfort in your heart.

This can also happen when you have heart failure.

Some people have a feeling of being slightly heavier, and they may have a slight puffiness to their chest and abdomen.


How do you know if you have chest pains?

Chest pain is a sign of heart condition and it is often mistaken for heart failure, although this is not always the case.

Chest pain may start when you are lying on your back and it may not go away until you move away from the chest.

It is a mild pain in the chest area.

The area around the heart is known as the left ventricle, which is where the heart’s pumping blood is.

The right ventricles are where the blood is coming from, and this is where you can feel the heartbeat.

The symptoms of chest pain include: a slight tingling feeling in the area around your heart (which can be caused by an infection)