Chest Pain After Exercise – What Are Signs and Symptoms of Angina Pectoris


Chest Pain After Exercise – What Are Signs and Symptoms of Angina Pectoris

Discover How You Can Stop Heart Attacks & Strokes Naturally Before They STOP YOU!!!

Are you having a heart attack? Many people call 911 or get driven to the emergency room with chest pain or left sided arm pain. The big question: Am I having a …

Are you having a heart attack? Many people call 911 or get driven to the emergency room with chest pain or left sided arm pain. The big question: Am I having a heart attack? Most of them aren’t.

Dr. Berglund’s hope with this video is to help you understand the difference between true emergency heart-related symptoms and other causes of chest pain. Of course, if it’s not clear or you have shortness of breath and/or a “heaviness” or “squeezing” sensation on your chest following exertion or stress, just call 911 and skip the video. Please!

The second question that usually follows after the heart attack answer comes back as “no” is “Then why am I having chest pains or left arm pains or even pain referring up into my jaw.” Dr. Berglund will try and answer those questions as well.

Dr. Berglund has spent over twenty years at his clinic in southeast Wisconsin helping people improve their health without drugs or surgery. For more information about his clinic and for other health problems, see his website at http://berglundcenter.com. If you are interested in seeing Dr. Berglund as a patient, but live too far from Wisconsin, go to http://berglundcenter.com/distance.html.

Is My Chest Pain a Sign Of a Heart Attack? (Common Sense Medicine)

Are you having a heart attack? Many people call 911 or get driven to the emergency room with chest pain or left sided arm pain. The big question: Am I having a heart attack? Most of them aren't.

Dr. Berglund's hope with this video is to help you understand the difference between true emergency heart-related symptoms and other causes of chest pain. Of course, if it's not clear or you have shortness of breath and/or a "heaviness" or "squeezing" sensation on your chest following exertion or stress, just call 911 and skip the video. Please!

The second question that usually follows after the heart attack answer comes back as "no" is "Then why am I having chest pains or left arm pains or even pain referring up into my jaw." Dr. Berglund will try and answer those questions as well.

Dr. Berglund has spent over twenty years at his clinic in southeast Wisconsin helping people improve their health without drugs or surgery. For more information about his clinic and for other health problems, see his website at http://berglundcenter.com. If you are interested in seeing Dr. Berglund as a patient, but live too far from Wisconsin, go to http://berglundcenter.com/distance.html.