Heart Attack: When Blood Supply that normally nourishes the heart with oxygen is cut off and the heart muscle begins to die. Here’s what you .Over 17.2 million people die each year from cardiovascular diseases. So alert yourself for these sign that is mentioning niche.
TYPES OF HEART ATTACK:
The three types of heart attacks are:
- ST segment elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI):Due to when a coronary artery is completely blocked.
- non-ST segment elevation myocardial infarction (NSTEMI):Due to when blood flow to your heart through a coronary artery is severely restricted but not entirely blocked
- Silent attack,coronary spasm, or unstable angina: They can cause permanent damage to the heart muscle.
#Note: ST segment” refers to the pattern that appears on an electrocardiogram, which is a display of your heartbeat
HEART ATTACK WARNING SIGNS: LEARN THE SIGNS
1.Chest Discomfort: Chest Discomfort is the first sign if you ever got when that symptom seen in your body is indicating regards heart attack
2.Your Legs, Feet, and Ankles Are Swollen: swollen if that could be seen over your body parts like legs,feet,ankles so might be you could be initial stage of heart attack.
3.Shortness of Breath:if you are having problem to take breath so ou could lead to heart attack.
4.Nausea, Indigestion, Heartburn, or Stomach Pain: stomach is the center point of every disease starting that why if these three sign seen in your body can lead to heart attack.
5.Snoring:a general problem that seen in the age after 30-40 where mostly people ignore snoring like general thing but it could be directly sign of heart attack.
Conclusion: After getting the difference between doubt & delay at last i want to share some advisable thing for saving your heart .
- Remember the sign of a heart attack while you see any symptoms in your body
- Understand the importance of getting to hospital emergency department might be right away
- do not hesitate to share your feel with anyone who can give you the right consultation
- Talk to your health care provider about your heart attack risk