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My husband keeps complaining on irregular heart beats lately. I am afraid that is the symptoms of angina pectoris or some other coronary disease. He doesn’t want to see a doctor. He is 54 and it is not uncommon for people of his age to die from heart attack. Plus he doesn’t eat healthy, he is overweight. He often complain on feeling “fullness” but I am not sure is it because of food or condition.

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You are right, it is possible that he has coronary artery disease, symptoms that occur with this disease are: irregular heart beats, skipped beats or a "flip-flop" feeling in your chest, shortness of breath, weakness or dizziness, sweating…but the most common symptom is angina. People describe angina as a discomfort, heaviness, pressure, aching, burning, fullness, squeezing or painful feeling in your chest. Sometimes is mistaken for heartburn. You have to explain him how serious this can be!
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My father, whom is also in his 50s has been complaining about random irregular heart beats: where he says it will seize up for just a second and then "pound" back out into normal beats. He told me he would call a cardiologist... however, he has always failed to see a doctor with many of his problems. do you know of anything that could help without doctor diagnostics?
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