CAI - A Cardiovascular and Arrhythmia Institute

MESA, Ariz., Dec 03, 2018 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — C.A.I., A Cardiovascular and Arrhythmia Institute cardiology clinic in Mesa, Arizona shares tips to recognize warning signs when it’s time to see a cardiologist. Approximately one in four individuals die from heart disease each year in the US, with coronary heart disease being the most common. Knowing the warning signs of a heart attack and high risk to disease can reduce the effects of these life-threatening heart issues, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

The diagnosis of cardiovascular disease may go unnoticed before a heart attack, angina, stroke, or heart failure occurs, according to the Mayo Clinic. Because of this general unawareness of the disease, it’s important to look for any cardiovascular symptoms and visit a cardiologist to evaluate risk and potential of having heart disease.

There are three main causes for heart disease that include electrical, circulatory, and congenital. The electrical is caused by arrhythmia, or irregular heart rhythms. The circulatory diseases are typically caused by risk factors and lifestyle choices that lead to high blood pressure and coronary artery disease, which blocks the arteries from receiving adequate blood flow. The congenital, or structural, disease were present at birth from an issue in the development of the heart and blood vessels.

Symptoms of Heart Disease:

* Cardiovascular disease symptoms include angina, which is sharp chest pain or discomfort, and pain in the upper body areas of the neck, jaw, throat, abdomen, and back.
* Symptoms caused by heart rhythm disorders include the heart fluttering fast, feeling the heart race fast, chest pain and/or discomfort, shortness of breath, nausea, feeling dizzy or lightheaded, cold sweats
* Congenital symptoms include body parts turning a bluish color, loss of breath, feeling fatigued easily, and swelling.

There are other symptoms that depend on the type of heart disease and issue. One of our cardiologists in Mesa, Phoenix, Scottsdale, Queen Creek, and Chandler, Arizona can perform diagnostic testing to make an accurate diagnosis for treatment.

When to See a Cardiologist:

Seeing a doctor to diagnose and treat heart disease and heart rhythm disorders is essential to the prevention of heart attacks, stroke and heart failure. Here’s a few times when it is most important to see a cardiologist:

* Experiencing pain or discomfort in the heart
* Experiencing shortness of breath
* Feeling fatigued and tired much of the time
* Have a high potential for risk factors that include age, gender, family history, obesity, diabetes, stress, high blood pressure or cholesterol levels, smoking, and reaction from taking specific medicines.

To learn more and schedule a visit to our cardiology clinics in Mesa, Phoenix, Scottsdale, Queen Creek, and Chandler, Arizona with C.A.I., A Cardiovascular and Arrhythmia Institute, visit or call us at (480) 889-1573 to schedule an appointment.

About C.A.I., A Cardiovascular and Arrhythmia Institute:

C.A.I., A Cardiovascular and Arrhythmia Institute, partners with you for individualized treatment of cardiovascular disease, vascular disease and heart rhythm disorders. We always place you, the patient, first at C.A.I. We discuss and offer a comprehensive, individualized treatment program, designed to empower you as a partner in your treatment.

C.A.I., Cardiovascular and Arrhythmia Institute firmly believes that it has an important responsibility to educate the community, which is why we are very active in the community. The focus of our community outreach is to raise awareness for patients and family members regarding a variety of medical conditions. We do a wide variety of community seminars frequently throughout the year, which are always free to the public. Please contact us if you are interested in more details or would prefer a talk in your community.


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