Because angina symptoms can closely parallel symptoms of a heart attack,those symptoms are deep, severe pain in the chest that radiates to the left arm, neck, jaw, or between the shoulder blades, plus shortness of breath,nausea, and vomiting.

Angina is pain or pressure in the chest that lasts for several minutes and can radiate into the neck or arm.

Symptoms include sudden, intense chest pains, vise-grip-like in nature and lasting thirty to sixty seconds. Angina can be a warning sign of an impending heart attack or other cardiac event. It can be brought on by partially closed arteries, causing the heart to work harder and painfully.Overexertion, cold weather, and, of course, stress can also trigger angina.

Dietary considerations
Follow a vegetarian diet. Drinking a glass of red wine after dinner can reduce stress and increase HDL. You should also drink green tea and plenty of nonchlorinated water. When cooking, use onions and garlic; you can also take Kyolic Garlic daily.

Supplement support for angina
• Coenzyme Q 10 : 100 mg daily
• Magnesium: 400–800 mg daily
• Omega-3 or flax oil
• Gingko biloba
• Carnitine

Lifestyle choices
• Exercise daily (walking is very good).
• Do deep-breathing exercises.
• Stop smoking (please see smoking section).

Emergency measures to help stop a heart attack
• Cayenne liquid under the tongue: 30 drops
• Cayenne powder under the tongue: 1 tsp
• Aspirin: chew one tablet for symptoms of a heart attack to help prevent death and reduce arterial blockage