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A little knowledge and awareness on your behalf can help save a life.
Heart attack often gives signs at least a month or prior to it’s occurrence. Many a times people ignore these symptoms and later have to bear severe consequences. Below are few symptoms you may notice before a heart attack.
1 Chest Pain
Chest pain is one of the most common symptoms of Heart attack. The pain might occur on any side of the chest and not only the left side. When ever you feel that you have this symptom it is advised to see a doctor as soon as possible.
2 Breathing Problem
Shortness of breath may occur as much as 6 months prior to a heart attack and often acts as a warning sign of a medical condition. As the heart is responsible for the functioning of the whole body breathing problems are one of the most common symptoms to a heart attack.
3 Irregular Heartbeats
If you notice that your heart is not functioning as it has to and often skips a beat or so, You better get yourself examined.
4 Jaw pain
The pain of Heart attack can spread to different parts of the body like Jaw, Teeth, Head, Back and both arms. Many patients have admitted having these symptoms before a heart attack.
5 Excessive Sweating
If you experience excessive or unusual sweating at any time of the day or night, it might be a warning of a heart attack. If you notice yourself or someone else sweating for no reason it is time to get medical help.
6 Hiccups and Burping
Some people while experiencing a heart attack can have hiccups and burping and may describe a feeling of in-digestion.
Unable to sleep at night may be a sign of a heart attack and is experienced more amongst women along with anxiety and absent-mindedness.
8 Cardiac arrest or No Warning
Silent heart attacks often come without a warning and are one of the most dangerous types of heart attacks. The patient has to get medical attention as soon as possible in order to be able to save his/her life. This mostly occurs in patients with diabetes and high level of stress.
The earlier you notice the symptoms of heart attack the more chances you have to prevent it.