9. You’re always thirsty
Drinking water often is a good thing, while the CDC are suggesting to most adults to drink more water daily, but when you’re constantly thirsty, it’s not about that you’re not hydrated enough, this is a sign that you may have a problem with your heart. The mix of gastrointestinal upset and electrolyte imbalances are often going along with heart disease and that’s why you’re feeling always thirsty.
10. You have sleep apnea
That annoying snoring that is keeping you from getting a properly sleep could be a sign that your heart isn’t functioning well. Sleep apnea and heart disease are often linked, but isn’t always clear if the former causes the latter. If you have serious questions about your sleeping problem, you should visit a doctor as soon as possible.