Coronary artery spasm is a sudden, temporary tightening of the muscles in the artery wall.
Treatment: The general treatment is to prevent or control symptoms. You and your health care provider will help you develop a treatment plan that includes:
- Stopping the use of drugs that cause spasms
- Taking medicine to help prevent spasm
- Reviewing your lifestyle and habits to reduce your risk for heart disease
- Having request follow-up appointments to check your progress