A Month Before a Heart Attack, Your Body Gives You a Warning. These Are The 6 Signs!

Heart Attack

This is a condition where an immediate of coronary artery occurs, resulting in loss of blood supply and death of the heart muscle. Let’s start with the factors that raise the risk of a heart attack.

1. Obesity
2. Diabetes
3. Smoking
4. High blood pressure
5. High cholesterol
6. Sedentary life
7. Family history 

The list that we’ve made for you will show you how you can notice the symptoms even a month before, and give you the time to prevent a heart attack.

  • Chest pressure

A pressure, or pain in the chest can signal heart attack. Actually, this is a major sign for this condition. You can also feel a pain in some other body parts as: arms, shoulders, back.

  • Shortness of breath

The heart and lungs are directly connected. When there is some issue with one of these two organs, the other one also suffers. So, the lungs won’t get enough blood to do its functions, and it will result with shortness of breath. This is saying that a heart attack may be approaching.

  • Dizziness

This sign is related to blood supply and circulation to the brain. The brain requires proper blood flow to function perfectly. Lack of blood flow will result in dizziness, due to the damaged function of the brain.

  • Body weakness

The blood supply throughout the body will be reduced, if the coronary arteries are blocked (as in the case of heart attack). Meaning, that the muscles are not getting the blood they need to function. This result in body weakness and weakened muscles.

  • Fatigue

A very common indicator, is the constant and persistent feeling of tiredness. Fatigue is actually a result of poor blood circulation, and reduced blood flow to the heart. This will cause damage to the heart.

  • Flu and cold

If you’re experiencing a symptoms similar to the ones of flu and cold, there is a chance of heart attack about to happen. If you already experienced some of the symptoms above, and you have repeating flu and cold symptoms, it may be the time to go and check with your doctor.

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