1. Chest pain
According to the doctor Albert Ahn, the pain can just as easily occur as a result of heartburn, stress, anxiety or a stretched muscle in the breast wall.
If you are 45-plus, smoke and have cardiovascular problems in the family, you should be more observant. Or if the pain comes suddenly and does not disappear by itself.
Help should you seek if the palpitations are accompanied by other symptoms, such as dizziness, fainting, cold sweating or fatigue. Or if it sits for more than a day.
All heart palpitations that you are not really affected by, even if you have heart disease, are usually harmless, former physician Stefan James has previously said to Health Life.
According to James, it is common for palpitations to occur during exertion. Other causes include anemia, hormone disorders, fever or infections.
3. Ringing in The Ears
Even stress can lead to sound sensitivity and swirling in the ears. You can consult a doctor to exclude any hearing damage.
4. No Hands
Shaking can also be due to low blood sugar, thyroid problems or something called essential tremor – unclear tremors where the cause is not known.
To get the right diagnosis, you should seek professional help.
5. Blood In The Stool
If you are over 40, however, you should be more vigilant.
At that age, the incidence of rectal cancer begins to increase. Usually, then, a simpler endoscopic examination will suffice, says senior physician Jan Brun to the Netdoktor site.
Other risk factors include heredity, obesity, smoking, large intake of red meat and sedentary. Then a more thorough investigation in the form of a colonoscopy should be offered.
Bowel disorders such as ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease can also lead to bloody stools.