Snoring, sexual problems, and bleeding gums are the problems that most people experience at least once in their lives and usually do not pay attention to them.

People usually ignore these kind of issues and do not assume that these are symptoms of the most dangerous killer in the world. These are the symptoms of heart disease it not noticeable for most of the people until it is too late.
John Erwin a cardiologist, reveals that when arteries start to loosen, the symptoms begin to manifest in the body. 

These are the symptoms of heart disease that many people do not notice until it’s too late. 

Snoring –  This phenomenon sounds irritant, but it can be one deeply issue and deadly. Snoring may indicate short interruptions of breathing during sleep which is a signal that there are physical and psychological problems in the body that are not solved. Snoring can be a sign of too strong heart rate which can be an indicator of heart problems.

Tightness and pain in the shoulder blades –  Most people during heart attack have a feeling that “an elephant is sitting on their chest”. Moreover, some people before experiencing heart attack feel neck pain, tightness around the shoulders and tingling in hands.
Sexual problems –  A lot of people think that the problems in sex are reflection of several psychological barriers and often this is true. However especially in men, this indicates poor blood flow which is characteristic of heart disease.
Bleeding gums –  Often bleeding gums can be a consequence of serious infection, periodontal, can even destroy the jawbone. This infection can spread and make spots throughout the body. Also, this infection significantly increases the risk of heart attack.
Swelling of limbs –  Swelling of the hands and feet is normal process, it happens daily for a few times during physical activities. Nonetheless, if you notice swelling while you rest, and the swelling does not decrease, it is possible sign that you have a blockage in the arteries that cause the swelling.
Source: keepyourbody
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