Heart Attack Signs on Breath, Back and Sweat

The earliest warning may be recurrent chest pain.

REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, JAKARTA — Symptoms of a heart attack can vary, and generally include chest pain. However, not everyone will experience chest pain or the severity of the symptoms may vary.

Not everyone who has a heart attack will have the same symptoms, although there are some key signs to look out for. The American Heart Association says some heart attacks are sudden and intense, though most start slowly with mild pain or discomfort.

In addition to chest discomfort, you may also experience discomfort in other areas of your upper body. Symptoms can include pain or discomfort in one or both arms, back, neck, jaw, or stomach.

You may also have a heart attack if you experience shortness of breath or a cold sweat, and if you feel nauseous or dizzy. The Mayo Clinic says, some heart attacks strike suddenly. But many people also have warning signs and symptoms hours, days or weeks in advance.

The site says the earliest warning may be recurrent chest pain or pressure that is triggered by activity and relieved by rest. The National Health Society (NHS) notes that although chest pain is often severe, some people may experience only mild pain, similar to indigestion.

“In some cases, there may be no chest pain at all, especially in women, the elderly, and people with diabetes,” he said. Express, Thursday (18/11).

Signs may also include feeling sick, achy, intensely anxious, coughing, or wheezing. It is estimated that around 1.4 million people living in the UK today have survived a heart attack consisting of about one million men and 380 thousand women.

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The British Heart Foundation (BHF) says in the 1960s more than seven in 10 heart attacks in the UK were fatal, while today at least seven in 10 people survive. “It is very important that you get immediate medical attention. Don’t worry about wasting paramedics’ time, a heart attack is a medical emergency,” the BHF said.

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