Thursday, November 28, 2013
Monday, November 25, 2013
A heart attack is never ‘All of a Sudden’. This is a whole process which finally culminates into an attack. Prior to this happening your heart sends you a number of signs which clearly show that an attack is now imminent.
FATIGUE AND SHORTNESS OF BREATH
Your body may be exhausted and in a need of a rest. A simple rest and refreshment may overcome this feeling.
Sweating as a result of exercise is quite normal. But if you are not exercising and still have a lot of sweats then it is indicative of more efforts from your heart in sending blood to your body parts. Generally a heart has to undertake more in sending blood to the body cells through the blocked arteries.
INDIGESTION AND RETCHING ETC.
Before a heart attack people have been observed as facing problems of indigestion, heartburning and other gastrointestinal troubles.
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