Symptoms of Angina

The chief indicator of angina is chest pain. The chest pain is sometimes accompanied by pain in other parts of the body, like the left arm, neck, stomach, jaw or back as well. The excruciating pain is experienced typically for a few minutes. At the first sign of any form of chest pain, it is advised to consult a doctor. Some other indicators of angina are:

  • Breathlessness (Common occurrence in people aged 65 and above and those diagnosed with diabetes)
  • Fatigue
  • Excessive sweating
  • Nausea
  • Dizziness