Symptoms of Heart Disease

The on-line "Merck Medical Manual" lists eight common symptoms of heart disease. They are:

    1. Chest Pain
    2. Pain in the Limbs
    3. Shortness of Breath
    4. Fatigue
    5. Limitation of Physical Activity
    6. Palpitations
    7. Light-Headedness and Fainting
    8. Swelling, Numbness, and Changes in Skin Color

Their manual gives a lot more details explaining each of these. I strongly recommend you take the time to read the details .

About.com has a list which you can read here .

In my research I've found that the above references cover all there is about the subject as all of the other resources basically list the same symptoms. If you know of any others, let me know.

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