Hello kaylo. Thanks for visiting healthcaremagic.com. One of the signs that we look for in acute congestive heart failure
is JVD (jugular venous distension). The jugular veins are the large veins on both sides of your neck and the distension tends to be worse when laying down especially.
Another sign of acute congestive heart failure is weight gain and lower extremity swelling.
I would advise that you go to the nearest emergency facility for evaluation as this may mean that you are having an acute attack of your congestive heart failure.
Be well, Dr. Kimberly