If you have coronary heart disease near Phoenix, angina—or chest pain—may be a familiar symptom. Angina can be a warning a sign of an impending heart attack, so it’s important to discuss it with your heart doctor. This video explains more.
Angina occurs when the heart doesn’t get a sufficient amount of oxygen, usually because of plaque build-up in the coronary arteries that supply the heart with oxygen-rich blood. Stable angina improves with rest and medication, while unstable angina occurs during rest and does not improve. Unstable angina requires urgent medical care.
The cardiologists at Cardiac Solutions can manage your coronary heart disease and associated angina to protect your heart health. Make an appointment with a heart doctor today to start a treatment plan for angina and other heart conditions by calling (623) 876-8816.
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