Chest Pain

Chest pain due to coronary heart disease is usually experienced by movement, mental tension or increased burden of the heart after feeding, sometimes lasting for several minutes, decreasing or passing by resting or sublingual medications, spreading through the chest bone or left chest and expanding towards the left arm, chin and back.It is a pain that causes complaints such as squeezing, overwhelming, feeling of pressure or jamming or burning. Pain that persists for more than 5 minutes and does not persist despite sublingual nitrate may be a symptom of acute myocardial infarction. Pain caused by inflammation of the pericardial membrane surrounding the heart is usually persistent, unrelated to exertion, felt by the sensation of stinging in the chest.This pain can spread to both shoulders.