Your feet may appear to be swollen if fluid is building up in the body, warned the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD).
If the heart isn’t working at 100 percent, fluid slowly starts to accumulate.
Blood is pumped around the body at a slower rate, and the fluid starts to build up in the lower half of your body.
You’re more likely to have a heart attack if your blood is being pumped around the body at a slower rate than normal.
“Warning signs can appear on your skin and nails, which is why your dermatologist may be the first doctor to notice that you have heart disease,” said the AAD.