I have felt shortness of breath, tightness in chest, and an unexplainable feeling which I can only relate as a feeling of uncertainty. Not knowing what's coming next. Maybe it is the fear of the unknown.
These feelings I had pre-heart attack, four times. We are used to having things happen in a normal fashion, and when something happens out of the norm, it makes you take notice.
After experiencing a lot of things like angina, I have become aware of their symptoms, and can handle them if not too severe.
Diseases other than heart disease I cannot comment on, other than to say I think the dread of the unknown I think would be universal in scope.
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