Difficulty breathing, shortness of breath, circulatory problems, sometimes leading to fainting are considered signs of “silent thrombosis”. If these symptoms appear, you should immediately seek medical attention to prevent shock and heart failure. “Quiet thrombosis” is usually diagnosed at a dangerous stage of the disease. This is reported by the Focus edition.
The material notes that thrombosis is especially common in the veins of the legs, but a blood clot can form in other veins and arteries. Muscle pains, pain in the calves, cramps, skin changes in the affected area, and a feeling of “warm feet” remain manifestations of common deep vein thrombosis of the legs.
Thrombosis often occurs due to a sedentary lifestyle, prolonged bed rest, smoking, can be the result of wearing tight clothes or damage to the walls of blood vessels by a virus, and also occur due to a blood clotting disorder. This disease is very dangerous, as a blood clot can loosen, reach vital organs and lead to pulmonary embolism, heart attack, or stroke.
At the same time, according to doctors, the prevention of thrombosis is simple and has a beneficial effect on the state of the whole organism. So, you should move a lot: walk quickly, ride a bike, swim or dance.
Earlier, the cardiologist said that the symptoms of a “silent heart attack” can be atypical manifestations of a heart attack, for example, shortness of breath, a feeling of heaviness, burning, bouts of weakness, fatigue, and sudden cardiac arrhythmias.