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What is the difference between Stable and Unstable Angina?

Asked by T. Lopez, Last updated: Feb 13, 2020

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M. Klose

M. Klose, Content Writer, Oakland

Answered Aug 08, 2019

Angina is known to be a heart condition that may affect different people. Those who have stable angina will usually experience a high heart rate when they are doing various activities, but the moment that they are at rest, their heart rate would return to normal. Those who have unstable angina will have chest pain that is severe and long-lasting even when they are already at rest.

It is best for people who have angina to get themselves checked so that they can be familiar with the possible treatments that they have to do to improve their current condition. Those who have unstable angina may not know when it will strike, which makes it even scarier.

 

Matz Lewis Clark

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Matz Lewis Clark, College student, Graduation, Orlando

Answered Jul 29, 2019

One popular ailment is called angina. When people hear the word “angina,” they feel fearful because of how problematic this ailment is. This is because it is associated with heart disease and specifically coronary heart disease. Angina is one symptom of heart disease.

There are two kinds of angina, and they are stable angina and unstable angina. If the heart is working harder than what is normal, this is considered to be stable angina. It is more predictable to know when someone will have stable angina compared to unstable angina. Stable angina only takes place for a shorter period because unstable angina victims may experience this symptom for quite a while compared to the time of stable angina.

 

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