Don't let angina interrupt your life
Because daily tasks can trigger angina, fear of having angina can stand in the way of doing simple chores. It can also keep you from enjoying spare-time activities. Many patients change their lives to avoid angina. They limit what they do and spend more time resting and sleeping.14
Limiting yourself can also affect your emotions. Together, these changes in what you can do and how you feel can keep you from living the life you want.1
There are things you can do to limit these interruptions in your life.
Make sure your cardiologist has the full story
It is important to give your cardiologist a clear picture of how angina affects your life. The tools on this website can help tell your cardiologist the story about how angina affects you. Click on the yellow box below to learn more: