You may feel uncomfortable pressure, squeezing, fullness, or pain in the center of your chest. This sensation can last for a few minutes or come and go.
You might experience difficulty breathing, even if you're at rest or engaging in minimal physical activity.
Unusual fatigue or a feeling of being unusually tired can occur, even with minimal exertion.
Some people may feel nauseous or lightheaded, potentially leading to fainting in severe cases.
Pain or discomfort may radiate to the arms, neck, jaw, back, or stomach. It's not limited to just the chest.
Profuse sweating, especially when it's not attributed to physical activity or environmental factors, can be a sign.
Some individuals may experience symptoms similar to indigestion or heartburn, often dismissing them as non-cardiac issues.
Feeling anxious, agitated, or having a sense of impending doom can be a sign of heart trouble.
You may feel a sudden loss of strength or an inability to perform regular activities.