Heart Disease Accompanied By Frequent Sweating And Trembling Hands?
Hello … I have a weak heart so far I haven’t checked my complaint. It’s still just a feeling, because my heart is beating, it’s not good. and the hands often sweat and tremble …
Actually, in the medical world there is no such thing as a weak heart. The term is a term used by lay people, so the definition and description can vary. If you mean that the heart rate is not good is an irregular heartbeat, then it is likely that it is arrhythmia or heart rhythm disorders. Not all arrhythmias are dangerous. In people who have no history of heart disease and degenerative diseases (for example hypertension, diabetes mellitus, stroke, hypercholesterolemia), arrhythmias are generally harmless and do not require special treatment.
If heart rate abnormalities are accompanied by symptoms such as dizziness, headaches, heavy or crushed chest, cold sweat, fainting, or shortness of breath, then your doctor may need to do an examination to look for your type of arrhythmia. Examination can be in the form of ECG and echocardiography to assess the functioning of the heart pump and the condition of the heart chamber.
Regarding pain in the heart, it needs to be confirmed first with a physical examination. Is it true that the pain comes from heart problems or not. Pain that comes from stomach disorders or lung disorders, can mimic pain due to heart problems. Generally chest pain due to heart problems is felt when someone is doing strenuous activities for a longer period, pain in the form of severe feeling or crushed in the middle of the chest, pain can spread to the back and left arm, and can be accompanied by nausea, vomiting, shortness of breath, and cold sweat .
Please consult with your cardiologist about this. Actions and therapies will be adjusted to the doctor's diagnosis. Hopefully this explanation can provide benefits. Regards.