6 Signs Of A Silent Heart Attack That Are Always Ignored



Imagine it's a regular day. You get a call from your friend informing you about his hospital visit. He was just going to visit the doctor for indigestion. But the reports came in saying that he suffered a heart attack a few weeks ago. You’re shocked and thinking, what could have possibly gone wrong?

Believe it or not, your body gives you subtle signs right before a silent heart attack. Do cold sweats mean anything? Can pain in the right arm be a sign? We are discussing all that and more.

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Timestamps:
Intro – 0:00
Want to know what a silent heart attack is? – 00:27
But what actually causes silent heart attacks? – 01:06
Do you want to hear some shocking statistics? – 02:12
But how do you know when you're having a silent heart attack? Here are a few signs that the American Heart Association asks to look out for. – 02:37
Have you been feeling bloated for a while? – 03:10
Are you sweating a lot these days? – 03:27
There is also a reason why heartburn should never be ignored. – 03:45
You might have heard that pain during a heart attack radiates only to the left arm. – 04:33
Moving along, feeling tired should never be dismissed as unimportant. – 05:04
Your doctor will run a few tests to find out what's going on. – 05:27
Did you know that a silent heart attack increases your chances of getting another one by 35%? – 06:27
Want to know how to reduce the risk of a silent heart attack? – 06:51

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Summary:
Want to know what a silent heart attack is?
Most movies show a heart attack by someone clutching their chest real tight, gasping for breath, or blacking out.

But what actually causes silent heart attacks?
Your heart is fueled by oxygen-rich blood. Cholesterol-rich plaque starts collecting in your coronary arteries.

Do you want to hear some shocking statistics?
One person gets a heart attack every 40 seconds in the United States alone. But your heart is much more intelligent than you think.

Do you have persistent flu?
Herbal teas and hot steam inhalation at home might not fully help. Every one of us feels under the weather once in a while.

Have you been feeling bloated for a while?
When your heart is not able to pump enough blood there will be fluid accumulation in your hands, feet, and around the belly.

Are you sweating a lot these days?
Sweating is a great way to get rid of the toxins from your body. It's your body's natural response to physical exertion or too hot and humid climates.

There is also a reason why heartburn should never be ignored.
Having spiced sausages or sriracha meatballs for dinner can cause a burning sensation in your digestive tract. So much so that it causes discomfort in your chest.

You might have heard that pain during a heart attack radiates only to the left arm.
But that's not always the case. Sometimes the pain may occur in the center of chest, the right hand, jaws, teeth, abdomen, and the back, too.

Moving along, feeling tired should never be dismissed as unimportant.
It could mean something less serious but the probability of a silent heart attack cannot be denied. This tiredness is much different than working through those extra hours at the office or running an extra mile on the treadmill.

For more information, please watch the video until the very end.
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