Cardiac Disorder

Cardiac Disorder

Diabetes is an illness where the body's blood sugar level is too high. If your blood sugar stays too high for a long time, there will be damage to your nerves and blood vessels. This may raise your risk for having a stroke and heart disease. A person with diabetes may not have the usual sign of chest pain. Signs may be vague and mistaken for less serious conditions like indigestion. Some signs include: Feeling weak, dizzy, or tired Muscle pain Heartburn Upset stomach or throwing up Trouble breathing Cold sweats Problems sleeping Neck or jaw pain Numbness in the chest, jaw, or arms Stomach pain If you feel any of these signs, it is important to call an ambulance to take you to the ER.

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