Common Symptoms of Cardiac Neurosis

Cardiac Neurosis, sometimes termed as cardioneurosis, is a medical condition which involves emotional stress or feeling of anxiety concerning a cardiac ailment. Often times patients of cardiac neurosis does not really have any heart conditions and the feeling are all just in the mind.

There are several other specific conditions associated with cardiac neurosis such as Da Costa syndrome, Effort syndrome, Primary Neurasthenia, Chronic Asthenia, Neurocirculatory asthenia, and Neurasthenia. Despite being termed differently and associated with several other diseases, the symptoms of Cardiac Neurosis can be quite similar to that of a heart disease.

Here are some of the most typical symptoms of a Cardiac Neurosis condition and its general definitions.

Cardiac Neurosis Symptom – Shortness of breath

The feeling of breathlessness or shortness of breath is often associated to spasms and improperly functioning of thoracic diaphragm which is muscle that serves primarily for breathing. The feeling is as if you cannot get a full breath. A patient who suffers from this symptom usually avoids getting into crowded places and prefers to sit near open windows to catch fresh air.

Cardiac Neurosis Symptom - Fatigue

This can be described as an abnormal feeling of tiredness, exhaustion, and weariness. Unlike the normal cases of fatigue where it goes away after resting, during this condition, the feeling of exhaustion still persist even after rest.

Cardiac Neurosis Symptom - Chest pain

This is a feeling of a dull-ache stabbing sensation which can be either brief or chronic, depending on the cause. This symptom can indicate a variety of possible diseases that ranges from mild to severe. Chest pain can be happen to any age group, young, middle-aged or old. Although this symptom is commonly associated with heart attacks and other types of heart-related diseases, it can also be a sign of other different conditions. Chest pain can also be short-termed and may disappear quickly, just like during a hyperventilation, while in other instances it can be ongoing and chronic such as that of those who have lung cancer.

Cardiac Neurosis Symptom - Palpitations

Heart palpitations can be defined as an abnormal, rapid and stressful beating of the heart. This symptom is generally caused by stress and exertion.

Cardiac Neurosis Symptom - Dizziness

This is a feeling of light headedness, spinning, unsteadiness of the feet, or faintness. This sensation, which can occur at any age group, is often associated to a variety of mild to serious conditions, and diseases.

Cardiac Neurosis Symptom - Hyperventilation

This breathing disorder can be described as a sensation of continuous fast and deep breathing, such as that of catching your breath after a very long run. Often times a person who is hyperventilating finds it hard to breathe in air, or rather feels hard acquiring oxygen.

Other symptom related to Cardio Neurosis may also include tremor, sighing respiration, and sweating. If the symptom persists, it is highly recommended to consult your doctor to determine cause and to immediately apply medical treatment.