3 Warning Signs That You May Have Heart Disease

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3 Warning Signs That You Have A Heart Disease

#3. High blood pressure
High blood pressure is a silent killer. It is one of the key factors that contribute to heart disease while remaining asymptomatic.

You can go for years without knowing that your blood pressure is elevated.
To understand blood pressure, let’s take a look at how it’s measured.

#2. Excess abdominal fat
Visceral fat is the type of fat that’s stored in the abdominal cavity, close to vital organs like our stomach and liver.

It’s often referred to as ‘active fat’ because of the way that it can interact with the rest of the body, increasing the risk of serious health issues.

#1. High Blood Sugar

Having hyperglycemia or high blood sugar for prolonged periods of time is a hallmark of Diabetes, but it’s also a common warning sign that you may have heart disease.

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