Jan
13
2014
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Why are some people more likely to develop coronary spasms than others?

No one really knows. Coronary spasm or atypical angina usually occurs in women who don’t have coronary disease. On occasion, it can be severe and can mimic a heart attack. It may occur with stress or cold temps and can be treated with calcium channel blockers, which are a type of blood pressure medicine.