Swelling: If blood flow slows down, fluid can build up in your tissues. This can cause swelling, especially in your legs, ankles, and feet.
Fatigue: If your body isn’t getting enough oxygen-rich blood, you might feel tired or weak.
Rapid or Irregular Heartbeat: Your heart might try to make up for its reduced pumping ability by beating faster or irregularly.
Lack of Appetite or Nausea: Fluid buildup around the liver and intestines can interfere with digestion, causing a lack of appetite or feelings of nausea.