About every 40 seconds, someone will launch an attack in Malaysia. Most people think that the attack is usually fierce. But the reality is that sometimes you are not sure if an attack affects you because these signs are usually subtle and different from what you usually think. This makes a heart attack very dangerous. In fact, 1 in 5 heart attacks are ignored, which means that the visceral muscles are damaged due to insufficient blood supply, but the patient is not aware that this has happened.
Heart symptoms may not always be clear, so don’t ignore possible heart warning signs. What are the dangerous signs of heart disease? Few warning signs that you should not ignore are: shortness of breath, heartburn, muscle ache, hiccups, neck or upper back pain. People with known heart disease or significant risk factors (for example, people over 65, a history of severe heart disease, obesity, smoking, high cholesterol, high vital signs, or diabetes) should pay special attention to any possible heart symptoms.
First, you may experience pain or a feeling of fullness. Although you will feel pain during the attack, it will not be as severe. In some cases, it won’t even be described as pain. Instead, it will feel more like a pressure or squeeze in the chest cavity. An insufficient supply of oxygen-rich blood to the heart can cause chest pain or discomfort. During the attack, you will feel this pain in the center of your chest. It may last for a few minutes and then disappear, or it will reappear after a short break. This symptom can be an alarm for clogged or narrow arteries.
Pain from a heart attack may not be limited to the chest area. Pain is usually in the arms, back, neck, jaw, or stomach and can also be related to a heart attack. But most of us don’t relate the pain in these areas with beginning, which can prevent them from seeking urgent medical attention. In addition, shortness of breath with or without pain can occur during the episode. Most people don’t realize that this also happens before or after the attack, especially women. Studies have found that shortness of breath is the third most reported symptom before the attack, and therefore the main symptom during the attack.
Another common symptom is to find that I interrupted the phone and broke out in a cold sweat. The reason behind this symptom is that once your arteries are blocked, your heart needs more effort to pump blood, and under this extra pressure, sweating will keep your body temperature at a lower level. A person may even experience nausea and vomiting, which are common symptoms of people who are attacked. Therefore, it is not surprising that people often mistake their onset symptoms for gastrointestinal illness or other gastrointestinal problems, especially when these symptoms are combined with the possibility of upper abdominal discomfort. Almost like shortness of breath, a new, inexplicable, deep feeling of fatigue can also be a wake-up call for an attack.
A heart attack can only be diagnosed by a medical exam. The only way to understand what you are going through is to seek emergency help. In the worst case, you may encounter something less serious. At best, you will get the treatment you need. Don’t over pass the warning signs of a heart attack. Every second is important to our wellbeing.