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Symptoms of coronary artery disease

The most common symptoms of coronary artery disease are:

  •                 Chest pain, also called angina.
  •                 Shortness of breath when exercising or during another vigorous activity.

Other symptoms include:

  •                 A fast heartbeat.
  •                 Weakness, dizziness, and feeling sick to your stomach (nausea).
  •                 Increased sweating.