3. Swollen Lower Body
Your extremities are the last places your heart will pump blood to, so when your heart isn’t as strong as it should be your lower body can swell due to a lack of oxygen-rich blood. If you notice severe swelling in your legs, ankles, or feet, you should get looked at by a doctor right away. Although this symptom doesn’t mean you have heart failure, it is also a warning sign of many other serious health problems.
4. Nausea And Lack Of Appetite
Heart failure can cause a buildup of fluids around your liver and intestines, which means any time you eat, you experience severe cramps, nausea, or vomiting. One important thing to note is that one common symptom reported by people about to suffer from a heart attack is painful, rapid jolts of pain in their abdomen.
5. Severe Anxiety
Living with anxiety is bad enough, but suffering from this condition from an early age makes you more predisposed to developing heart disease. Chronic anxiety is often accompanied by abnormal heart beats and increased blood pressure which puts a lot of strain on your heart over the years.