5 Signs Your Heart is Not Healthy


If you believe what you see in film and television, heart attacks come out of nowhere. One second a male character is totally fine, playing with his kid or grandkid, and then in the next second, he grabs his chest and falls (rather dramatically) to the ground.

More often than not, that’s not how it works in real life. Heart attacks are a result of heart disease, and with heart disease, there are usually plenty of warning signs along the way.

According to new statistics from the American Heart Association, roughly 50% of Americans have some form of cardiovascular disease. But how many of these people will ignore the important warning signs and assume they are healthy?

Don’t become a sad statistics. If you are experiencing any of the following symptoms, it’s important you make an appointment with your doctor.

  1. You’re Exhausted All the Time

Have your daily routines and workouts become too challenging for you? Do you find that you get very worn out very quickly? While typical aging can certainly slow a guy down, it’ shouldn’t feel excessive to you or like it has suddenly come on.

Often, fatigue can be a sign that the left ventricle of the heart is weak. This is the main muscle responsible for pumping blood to the rest of your body. If your left ventricle can’t pump properly, your body diverts blood away from muscles and sends it to more vital organs like your heart and brain.  This will leave you feeling exhausted, even if you got a full night’s sleep.

  1. You’re Experiencing Leg Cramping

A cramp or burning sensation that starts in your calves and moves up to your thighs is a common sign of peripheral artery disease, which is a narrowing of the arteries that limits blood flow to your limbs, stomach, and head.

The discomfort you are feeling is caused by the fact that not enough blood can flow through your legs. This discomfort, if ignored, can cause blocks to continue forming in your circulatory system. Eventually you may have plaque buildup in the major arteries going to and from your heart.

  1. You’ve Become a Snorer

Is your partner hitting you more and more during the night, getting you to roll over so you’ll stop snoring? Snoring loudly, waking up gasping for air and feeling tired despite 8 hours of sleep is a sign of sleep apnea, a sleep disorder marked by odd pauses in breathing. If left untreated, sleep apnea can increase a person’s chance for a heart attack.

  1. Your Shoes are Too Tight

Bloating in the body can occur if you are someone that eats a lot of salty foods. But bloat can also be a sign of congestive heart failure. Fluid buildup in parts of the body is caused from the heart becoming too weak to properly pump blood and so it collects in your stomach, legs, ankles and feet. Many people with congestive heart failure will suddenly realize their shoes have become too tight. This is a definite warning sign and you should see your doctor immediately.

  1. You’re Having a Hard Time Getting and Maintaining Erections

Without proper blood flow, your penis cannot become rigid. The main cause of erectile dysfunction is damaged blood vessels and an inability for blood to flow properly. Doctors warn if your blood vessels become damaged “down there,” there’s a very good chance they are damaged near your heart as well. This blood vessel damage is usually caused by plaque buildup. When this spreads, you are at risk for a heart attack.


If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, it’s important to make an appointment with your doctor, particularly if you are over the age of 45.

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