You’ll be SHOCKED when we tell you that there are more than 1 million death cases per 1 year in United States caused by Cardiovascular diseases and Coronary artery disease (CAD, which can cause a heart attacks). Heart attack is the most common cardiovascular disease and it occurs when there isn’t any blood flowing to certain parts of your heart and the most common cause is artery blockage (which is built-up inside the arteries and it creates a blood clot which can block the blood flow).
Ladies and gentlemen, you should be VERY CAREFUL, because the cardiovascular diseases come with “no warning”, or at least that is what we believe. But still, the experts claim that heart attacks have several common symptoms, but most people are not aware of these. Well, not until it is too late. Many people actually notice that something is wrong, but they don’t pay too much attention to the problem and leave it without any proper treatment.
You must understand that if you don’t treat this disease on time, it can be deadly. If you have these 6 symptoms, you could have a heart attack in the next month. Hopefully, these warning signs will help you save your life in time.
Chest pain – the good thing is that most people already know that chest pain is a common symptom and they are aware of its meaning. This can be triggered by various factors, including muscle cramping, lack of vitamins and minerals, pulmonary diseases and other the like. NOTE: the pain that leads to a heart attack is usually located right under the breast bone, or slightly in the left side of the center.
Shortness of breath – if you are not asthmatic or if you are not dealing with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, your inability to catch breath may indicate only a few things, and heart attack is one of them.
Swelling – the heart`s struggle to pump blood may cause the blood to swell, resulting in a bloating-like effect. Your legs, feet and ankles are the major points of swelling.
Dizziness – dizziness is also a common symptom of heart attack and cardiovascular ailments, especially when it is accompanied with shortness of breath.
Fatigue – here’s what you need to know: a group of researchers from the British Heart Foundation have found that women are more likely to experience tiredness or weakness, or both, prior a heart attack.
Persistent Cough – don’t get us wrong, because in most cases, this isn’t a sign of heart trouble. But, ladies and gentlemen, if you have heart disease or know you’re at risk, pay special attention to the possibility. If you have a long-lasting cough that produces a white or pink mucus, it could be a sign of heart failure. This happens when the heart can’t keep up with the body’s demands, causing blood to leak back into the lungs.