Will angina die suddenly? Only in this way can angina pectoris be discovered for the first time! Treat like this!

The main cause of sudden death is heart disease. About 80% of sudden deaths caused by heart disease are acute coronary syndrome. Acute coronary syndrome is acute myocardial infarction and unstable angina, so of course angina will cause sudden death! 1. A simple understanding of angina pectoris is that when the heart and blood vessels are severely narrowed, under certain circumstances, it may cause a series of symptoms, such as precordial pain, chest pain, toothache, headache, back pain, shoulder pain Pain in the upper abdomen, chest tightness, suffocation, throat tightening, sweating, etc. are all angina. Angina pectoris is simply divided into two types, and the risks of different angina pectoris are different: 1. Stable angina pectoris Stable angina pectoris sounds low risk. Since it is stable, it means that the condition is not so serious. Simply put, angina pectoris that occurs only after the patient exercises, activity, and labor is called exertional angina or stable angina. This kind of angina does not occur during rest, but occurs after activities, so it is called exertional angina. The main reason why it is called stable angina is that the plaques of this kind of angina are relatively stable, not prone to rupture, not prone to thrombus formation, and not prone to myocardial infarction. 2. Compared with stable angina pectoris, unstable angina pectoris corresponds to unstable angina pectoris. This type of angina pectoris occurs during rest, and becomes more obvious and heavier after activity, exercise, and fatigue. This kind of angina is dangerous because the plaque is prone to rupture, thrombosis, and myocardial infarction. Once myocardial infarction occurs, it is easy to die suddenly. 3. Stable angina pectoris and unstable angina pectoris are not static. If stable angina is not treated properly, it will progress, worsen, and develop into angina pectoris. Simply put, it used to be that angina pectoris is only when you walk 500 meters, but angina is only when you walk 30 meters; it used to be angina when you go up to the fifth floor, but now you go to the third floor. This is the worsening angina pectoris, which means that the condition is getting worse and should be treated as unstable angina pectoris. 2. Why angina pectoris occurs When we are born, the blood vessels are completely unblocked. As we age, especially unhealthy life and three high risk factors will gradually increase atherosclerosis, increase the plaque of the heart arteries, and narrow form. Although most people’s blood vessels have certain vascular debris or plaques, as long as they are not severely narrowed, even if they are narrowed, it is enough for our normal use. It’s like a new water pipe in our house that can be used. After 5-10 years, although there is rust in the water pipe, it does not affect our use. The faucet still has water. Like the heart and blood vessels, although most people may have plaques and stenosis, as long as this stenosis does not exceed 70%, it can still meet the heart’s own blood supply needs. But when the degree of stenosis is greater than about 75%, this blood vessel can supply the heart when it is quiet, but once exercise and activity, the heart needs blood and oxygen will increase. At this time, the cardiovascular system that has been narrowed to 75% cannot be Meet the heart’s own blood and oxygen needs. This is myocardial ischemia. The essence of blood supply is oxygen supply. Because blood contains oxygen, the heart is very sensitive to oxygen, which is 6 times that of other organs. At this time, the myocardium will be ischemic and will be hypoxic. Once hypoxia will be manifested, this time will be manifested as a variety of angina. When the cardiovascular system is further narrowed, for example, when it is more serious, and when it is quiet in time, the narrowed blood vessels can no longer meet the needs of the heart’s own blood supply. At this time, angina pectoris may occur at any time, which is unstable angina. Therefore, the cause of angina is severe cardiovascular stenosis. 3. How to treat angina pectoris If angina pectoris is not properly treated, not only will there be a risk of angina pectoris at any time, it will also lead to a decline in the quality of life of the patient and psychological insecurity. At the same time, unstable angina has the risk of myocardial infarction and the risk of sudden death. The treatment basis for angina pectoris is healthy living and controlling the three highs. Because an unhealthy life and the three highs can aggravate atherosclerosis, aggravate cardiovascular stenosis, and cause angina pectoris. Therefore, patients with angina pectoris should quit smoking and drinking, control their weight, eat healthy, avoid staying up late, exercise properly after the disease is stable, and so on. They also need to control and monitor the three highs. Once angina pectoris is diagnosed, it must be treated with drugs, otherwise there is a risk. The basis of drug treatment is aspirin and statins, while controlling blood pressure and heart rate