8 signs that your body gives you a month before a heart attack. There are signs of a heart attack and heart attack symptoms that will appear a month before it occurs. It is our job to recognize them and not ignore them. It could save our lives. Never underestimate the importance of heart health! Continue to observe the main signs of heart attack that may occur a month before it occurs.
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8. Cold sweats and dizziness: When your body has poor blood circulation, your brain will not receive the adequate blood flow it requires to function properly. This is a sign that he may be in danger, according to Medicinenet. You should seek medical attention if cold sweats and dizziness do not subside.
7. Pain or pressure in the chest: this is one of the most noticeable signs of heart attack. It's called angina. Medicinenet indicates that this is because your heart does not get enough oxygen-rich blood. Many people ignore this symptom because they believe it is just indigestion. But if the pressure is constant, it is a direct signal that a heart attack can occur. If you feel pain or unusual pressure in your chest, you may have heart problems.
6. Weak: According to the Daily Health Post, if you begin to sweat and feel weak, or if you start to feel nausea, jaw pain or heart pain, you could be at risk of having a heart attack. These symptoms of heart attack occur because the arteries begin to narrow. When your arteries become narrow, there is no longer adequate blood flow throughout the body. If your heart does not receive enough blood, it will fail. Beware of the signs!
5. Flu-like symptoms: If you are in danger of having a heart attack, you may begin to develop symptoms similar to those of the flu, says the Daily Health Post. These symptoms include fever, fatigue and chest pain. These symptoms can last between 2 to 10 days. Depending on your age, if you are older and can not shake these heart attack symptoms, go see your doctor immediately. Let me be clear though; If you get the flu or a cold, it does not mean you are in danger of having a heart attack, but you need to control the symptoms.
4. Chronic fatigue: if you feel constantly tired and slow, and unprecedented, there could be a loss of blood flow in your heart, explains the Daily Health Post. This usually occurs when there is a large accumulation of plaque in the arteries that carry blood to and from the heart.
3. Difficulty breathing: another organ that suffers a loss of blood flow is the lung. If your lungs do not get enough blood, you will not be able to breathe enough air. If you do not breathe enough air, your brain can not get enough oxygen. Not breathing enough air will result in difficulty breathing, according to Medicinenet.
2. Insomnia: if you have trouble falling asleep, this can cause a heart attack. Most people who suffer from insomnia also suffer from anxiety and depression, says WebMD. Anxiety can increase your blood pressure, which can lead to a heart attack. Research has shown that depression and heart attacks are related, so trying to find out what makes you feel sad could save your life.
1. Stomach pain: WebMD claims that if you begin to feel abdominal pains, such as nausea and bloating, it could be an early sign of a heart attack. Likewise, it could not be anything serious, but the abdominal pains before a heart attack will go away and come back in short periods of time. If you experience stomach pain and heart pain, you should consult a doctor.
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