Know These 8  Heart Health Warning Signs

If you have foot ulcers or open sores, see a doctor because they may suggest an aortic obstruction.

Foot Ulcers

Aortoiliac occlusive disease may cause frequent buttock, thigh, and calves cramping.

Leg Cramps

Undiagnosed toe pain? It may imply aortoiliac occlusive disease. Seek medical attention for this symptom.

Toe Pain

Coughing up white or pink mucus may suggest lung fluid accumulation, usually caused by heart disease.

A Productive Cough

Despite appearing positive, this may indicate peripheral artery disease, reducing blood circulation.

Leg Hair Loss

Your legs may feel heavy, painful, numb, and weak due to peripheral arterial disease.

Heavy Legs

Tightness in your throat may indicate a heart attack. Maintain composure and call Emergency.

Tight Throat

Fluid retention may induce foot and ankle swelling, possibly due to cardiac issues

Foot Or  Ankle Swelling