Your Body Will Give You You Signs One Month Before A Heart Attack

The leading cause of death in America is Heart attack, so knowing how to recognize the symptoms is actually good if you want to prevent becoming its victim.  There is increased number of heart attacks in U.S. It is mostly due to today’s busy and rapid lifestyle as well as unhealthy diet. So, besides inflammation, stress can also play big role for having a heart attack.

The first and maybe the most important thing to protect yourself from heart attacks is leading a healthy lifestyle, which means less stress. How? It’s easy to say it and write it, right? Nevertheless, if you know the key symptoms of this deadly disease a month before it happens, you can save yours or someone else’s life.

Body Weakness

Narrowing of the arteries actually leads to less blood flow and circulation, and this in turn causes body weakness, or weakened muscles. This is one of the first symptoms of heart attack, so be careful if do experience it.

Cold Sweats and Dizziness

Poor blood flow means less supply of blood to the brain. This causes cold sweats and dizziness. It is clear sign that something is wrong in your body because it doesn’t “work” properly. Your body will feel unwell and clammy, and your brain won’t be able to operate properly. These are another important symptoms showing the possibility of heart attack in near future.

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Chest Pressure

One of the major signs of heart attacks is pressure or chest pain. As the potential heart attack approaches, your chest pressure or pain will increase. The pain can as well spread to other parts of your body, like shoulders, back and arms.

Cold or Flu

A lot of heart attack survivors explain they have experienced cold or flu-like symptoms right before they had a heart attack. It’s good to be aware of this, since many people don’t address the problem properly.

Fatigue as Sign of Heart Attack 

Constant fatigue might be caused by low blood flow to the heart. If arteries are narrowed, the heart will receive less blood and will work much harder than normal. If you feel tired all the time, consult your doctor.

Shortness of Breath

Another sign that your arteries are narrowed and your blood flow reduced is the feeling of shortness of breath. In this situation, your lungs won’t get the necessary blood flow to work properly. Lungs and heart work together, so if one system doesn’t function properly, it affects the other. That’s why shortness of breath might be a sign that heart attack nears.

These symptoms are important for preventing a possible heart attack, but, you must also lead a low-stress, healthy lifestyle if you want to keep this deadly condition at bay.

 

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