Doctors Say These signs indicate that you might have Health Risks

No one knows our bodies better than ourselves — so when something’s wrong, it doesn’t take long to notice.

Paying attention to the way we feel and to new sensations or pains can be one of the most important tools in detecting and preventing many fatal conditions, like in detecting a heart attack.

Dr. Len Lichtenfeld of the American Cancer Society writes, “You know your body best. When you see or feel something different or just feel ‘off’, pay attention. Don’t dismiss it.”

While there are some ailments that we can solve ourselves — like minor aches and pains — certain symptoms tell us that we should seek medical attention right away. Neurosurgeon Dr. Keith L. Black writes, “The things that we doctors are most concerned about are new symptoms that develop quickly, rather than things that develop over a long period of time.”

But how do we know which symptoms to be concerned about? When I saw this list of symptoms that I should never ignore, I knew that I’d definitely be paying attention for them.

While this list should never take the place of medical advice, these are quick and easy indicators to know if something major might be wrong. This is some of the most important information I’ve seen in years – I’m so glad I know this now!

symptoms you should never ignore

Scroll through below to see which symptoms you should NEVER ignore, what they might mean for your health, and how you can make sure to stay as healthy as possible.

 

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symptoms you should never ignore chest pain

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Chest pain is very serious and requires immediate medical attention. Pain or lingering tightness in the chest can be an indicator of a heart attack — but it could also be a sign of heart disease or even a blood clot.

Dr. Shilpi Agarwal writes, “Any chest pain, especially accompanied by sweating, pressure, shortness of breath, or nausea, should be evaluated by a medical professional right away.”

As with any symptom, chest pain does not automatically mean that something terrible is wrong. But in this case it is always better to be safe than sorry!

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