“If you notice any of these signs, make an appointment to see your primary doctor and try to stay calm. The sign could be harmless, but it’s important to get it checked out. Heart disease is easier to treat when found early,” explained the health body.
Unless you visit the doctor yourself after noticing symptoms, you are unlikely to get diagnosed with coronary artery disease until you have a heart attack.
At this point, your health will be significantly worse, so it is important to have regular check-ups if you have a history of heart issues in your family or you have a high blood cholesterol level.