Heart failure is not always picked up early enough… As we age, we don´t move, think or react as easily as we used to, and we can´tHeart failure keep going for as long as we used to before we need to rest or sleep…

But there are some signs that you must not take for granted when it comes to your heart health…

One of these, which is less known, was presented at the Heart Failure Association of the European Society of Cardiology this year and published in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology.

Read on to find out about it and how you can check for it at home…


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Doing this simple heart failure test today could save your life or that of a loved one…

I urge you not to just read this and put it on your mental list of things to do in the near future…

Do this test today, because research shows that those who didn´t do so well in this test were more likely to die within 2 years – this applied to 39% of the patients in one study, and 50% in another study…

It´s a simple test, and it picks up on a little-known and strangely named symptom called bendopnea.

If you´ve felt out of breath when you´ve bent down to tie your shoelace, or pick something up off the floor, you´ve experienced this symptom of heart failure…

But do the test to make sure right now: sit on a hard chair and bend forward to touch your ankles. Hold that position for as long as possible. If you struggle to hold it for 30 seconds due to shortness of breath, you may have bendopnea.

If you think you may have bendopnea, make an appointment with your doctor today so that you can get proper treatment – this could save your life, or that of your loved one if they did the test…

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Other symptoms and signs to look out for that may indicate heart failure… 

Even if you don´t think you have bendopnea but you experience these symptoms, it´s important you see your doctor:

* Shortness of breath when you do activities
* Shortness of breath when lying down
* Fatigue and weakness
* Swelling in the legs, ankles and feet
* Rapid or irregular heartbeat
* Reduced ability to exercise
* Wheezing
* A cough that doesn’t go away
* A cough that brings up white or pink mucous with spots of blood
* Swelling of the belly area
* Rapid weight gain from fluid buildup
* Nausea and lack of appetite
* Difficulty concentrating
* Chest tightness or discomfort

Don´t leave it for another day, get a check-up, move your body and follow a healthy diet.




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