Tired Legs, why your heart may be suffering

Tired Legs are your sign to do something about a coming heart attack

Tired Legs are your sign to do something about a coming heart attack

Tired legs are a sign of serious health problems, it can be related to diabetes or heart failure, it is critical to address this problem. There has been a dramatic increase in the numbers of people suffering from heavy leg problems, this is due to an increase in serious illnesses such as heart disease and diabetes, Tired or heavy legs should not be ignored as they are a sign of very serious health problems. Do not ignore this warning. Did you know that P.A.D Peripheral artery disease causes stroke and heart failure silently? Do not live with blocked arteries in the lower limbs

The number one heart attack signal

The number one heart attack warning are heaviness in the leg not chest pain. Although most are more familiar with chest aches as a sign of heart failure it is actually the leg that tells more about the condition of the heart. Do you have difficulty going up and down stairs? Are you out of breath when you climb a flight of steps? Is the leg difficult to lift? If you answered yes, these are signs of very serious health problems. Tired legs are directly related to heart failure. The number one clue to a coming heart attack is very heavy and weak lower limbs (the leg)

Most people are not aware that as the leg goes so does the heart. The leg is responsible for much of our circulation and helps to circulate the blood. Clogged arteries in the leg are the same as in the heart. As the blood vessels narrow we experience heavy legs that seem to weight a ton. The heaviness is due to the narrowing of the arteries and this can cause a heart attack, it is your wake up call. Never ignore tired legs it is a sign of very serious health problems.    Have a great Day

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