Do You Know Heart Attack Symptoms?

December 23, 2019

Medical treatment for heart attacks is better than ever, with overwhelmingly positive outcomes. With hospitals reporting such happy endings, researchers were left to wonder where the gaps were that left some people with a worse outcome? The answer was familiarity with heart attack symptoms! Make sure you know all the signs of a heart attack and are supporting your heart with healthy food, exercise, sleep, and support from Mito Cardia daily multivitamin.

For decades movies have portrayed heart attack symptoms as dramatic showstoppers. Clutching their left arm, the victim stumbles and falls over. Most heart attacks aren’t so dramatic, and with medicine able to detect and treat even small heart attacks, it’s important to know what to look out for!

The biggest risk after you have a heart attack is not seeking treatment right away (or even at all!). Mild heart attacks or not being familiar with symptoms are the main reasons people wait to get to the hospital, but waiting can lead to more severe symptoms (like a bigger heart attack).

Heart attack symptoms can be different for different people, especially between men and women. Men tend to notice left arm pain, while women are more likely to feel back pain (which can be troublesomely ambiguous). Because you don’t know which symptoms you’ll notice, be familiar with all of them!

The following are all symptoms of heart attacks:

-Pain/discomfort. It can be either in the arm, back, or chest. Sometimes pain can be in the jaw or neck. Pain is perhaps the most important heart attack symptom because it helps distinguish it from other things like panic attacks.
-Shortness of breath. This is another key symptom for identifying heart attacks. It may be faster breathing that feels shallower or like you just can’t get a good deep breath.
-Following that, feeling weak, light headed, or faint.

It’s important to seek help quickly if you think you’re having a heart attack.

It’s better to take good care of your heart through diet, exercise, and targeted heart supporting nutrition with Mito Cardia.

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