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Angina Pectoris is the term used to describe chest pain or discomfort from coronary heart disease commonly known as angina. It often occurs due to a malfunctioning artery in the chest. It often occurs during or following a heart attack or heart failure.

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Angina pectoris refers to pain that occurs due to cardiac dysfunction caused by coronary artery disease. When the heart muscles are unable to receive as much oxygenated blood flow as it requires, the muscle becomes stiff and tight. This causes an increase in heart rate, pain and discomfort and other symptoms such as vomiting, feeling of shortness of breath or feeling faint. Angina in females can also be very different than in males.


Angina Pectoris occurs when a person suffers from coronary artery disease and has an abnormal heart rhythm. When coronary artery disease attacks, the arteries become narrowed and clogged. In a congested arteries, the blood flow gets obstructed and there is reduced circulation. This causes the arteries to become narrow. As the arteries are narrowing, the heart muscles become weak. There will be an increase in blood pressure and heart rate, which are the result of decreased oxygen supply to the heart muscles. The heart will not function properly and cause the person to feel pain. This will be caused by increased heart workload and decreased oxygen supply to the muscles of the body. There are a lot of other complications linked with coronary artery disease. It can cause heart attacks, heart failure, congestive heart failure, stroke and even a heart attack and heart failure. If you are suffering from coronary artery disease, do not worry. There is a lot that you can do about it.

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