A person experiences a heart attack when the flow of blood to the heart is too low or blocked.
In most people, symptoms begin to appear a few hours, days, or weeks before a heart attack/ File Photo
Usually, the accumulation of fat, cholesterol and other materials in the arteries causes a decrease in blood flow to the heart.
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The accumulation of cholesterol is called plaque and many times it causes blood clots that block blood flow.
A decrease in blood flow results in a lot of damage to the heart muscle.
To save the life of a person suffering from a heart attack, immediate medical attention is needed and that is why it is important to know its symptoms.
Symptoms of heart attack
The symptoms of heart attack can vary from person to person, in some their severity is mild or moderate and in some very severe.
By the way, some people do not show any symptoms or say that they suddenly face a heart attack.
Some of the most common symptoms of a heart attack are as follows:
Chest pain (accompanied by a feeling of pressure).
Pull in the chest.
A feeling of discomfort or discomfort that is felt in the shoulders, hands, waist, neck, jaw, teeth or stomach.
Fatigue or weakness.
Heartburn or indigestion.
Sudden dizziness, dizziness, or lack of control over the mind.
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Women may also show symptoms that are not common in men, such as severe pain in the neck, arm, or back, such as biting needles.
Many times a heart attack is sudden, but in most people, warning signs and signs appear several hours, days or weeks in advance.
Chest pain or pressure (angina) is often an early sign.