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The Symptoms of a Heart Attack

Heart attack is a deadly disease that is most common in the world. According to data from WHO (World Health Organization) reported that about 3000 of the American population suffers from this disease. Even the American Heart Association (AHA) in 2004 reported 5.2 million Americans suffer from heart failure. Know the symptoms of a heart attack, I hope you do not experience it.

You can early detection, so you can immediately consult a doctor for further treatment. Here are some of the symptoms of a heart attack you need to watch out for:

Quick Tired. Normally the level of strenuous work and exercise emergence fatigue factor. But if you tire easily when doing light activity, you need to be vigilant. More than 60 percent of heart attack symptoms from the condition of the body begins to tire easily, due to lack of oxygen to the heart.
Pain is not comfortable in Chest. Chest discomfort such as pain radiating to the back, neck, and jaw, with dizzy eyes, dizziness, and nausea can also be a sign of a person will have a heart attack. Chest pain will usually decrease when resting. But going back felt during the activity.
Heavy breath. More than 50 percent of women will have a heart attack set the rhythm of breathing difficulty. Unstable psychological conditions such as emotional peaks and deep grief can cause heavy breathing which may be an early symptom of heart attack.
Cold sweat. Another symptom is the appearance of a cold sweat accompanied by shortness of breath and panting. This will happen when you start to feel discomfort in the chest area and beyond.

Common symptoms above may not show up when someone is going to have a sign heart attack. However, if you experience any of the above symptoms should immediately consult a doctor to find out further diagnosis.

The risk of heart attacks could be reduced from an early age, that is by running a healthy lifestyle as early as possible. Stop smoking, eliminate fatty foods, avoid stress, and diligent exercise is the right step for you to be free from the risk of heart attack and other heart diseases.

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