According to the NHS, not everyone has the same symptoms and some people may not have any before CHD is diagnosed.
How is CHD treated?
Treatment for coronary heart disease (CHD) can help manage the symptoms and reduce the risk of further problems.
If you’ve been diagnosed with coronary heart disease, making simple lifestyle changes can reduce your risk of having further episodes.
“For example, stopping smoking after a heart attack quickly reduces your risk of having a heart attack in the future to near that of a non-smoker,” explains the NHS.