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FAQ's For Chest Pain

   

If pain persists for long periods of time, or disrupts daily normal function, please seek medical attention. Chest pain in any case should be examined by a medical professional, whether it is a slight prolonged burn or intense acute pain. One can never be too sure.

Chest pain can be relieved depending on its cause, whereby a doctor can diagnose the problem and prescribe effective treatment. However in addition to this, some common home remedies include almonds or almond milk, ginger, turmeric milk, placing a cold pack on your chest, and lying down with the head in an elevated position.

Chest pain can be caused by heart-related issues such as heart attack. However, chest pain unrelated to the heart can be caused by gastric issues, panic attacks, lung issues, and muscle and bone issues.

It depends entirely on the cause. Chest pain resulting from a heart attack usually lasts longer than 15 minutes. However, chest pain resulting from angina goes away after 5 to 10 minutes with adequate rest. Other issues causing varying forms of chest pain like GERD, muscle sprain, asthma or panic attacks will affect the body for a longer or shorter period of time depending on the patient.

Heart attacks can happen at any time of the day, and often cause breathlessness, dizziness and fatigue. Heartburn (GERD) most often occurs after a meal or when lying down. As it is a gastric issue, a pateint may experience belching or bloating, which does not happen during a heart attack.

     
Chest pain is a symptom that can be experienced in many different forms, whether mild and prolonged or acute and sharp. It is important to bring this problem to the attention of a doctor, as chest pain may indicate the onset of a potentially harmful disease in the heart or lungs.


Chest discomfort is often related to problems of the heart, however it can also stem from issues in the lungs, digestive system, muscles and bones, or even from panic attacks.
Heart-related chest pain results in symptoms such as: Crushing pain that radiates to the neck, back, jaw, shoulders and arms Heaviness, pressure, tightness or burning in the chest Chest pain which comes and goes, varying in length and intensity
Cold sweats
Dizziness
Fatigue
Nausea or vomiting
Chest pain reasons unrelated to the heart will result in symptoms like:
Trouble swallowing
Pain that changes in intensity according to body position
Pain during deep breathing or coughing
Sour taste in the mouth, or sensation of food re-entering the mouth
Tenderness of chest
Persistent pain
Chest pain is first diagnosed in order to find the most effective cure. This can be done using


ECG
Blood Test
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