Xarelto Lawsuit Baltimore Maryland
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What are the Symptoms of a Heart Attack?
The symptoms of a heart attack are fairly well-known, but there are still many instances in which people assume their symptoms are not a big deal and ignore them until they are too late. Ask just about anyone and they will tell you pain in the chest or left arm, and a pressure or crushing sensation are sure signs of a heart attack. Unfortunately, there may be symptoms prior to the intense pain and if you notice them early enough – and take them seriously – you can save your life or the life of someone you love. The symptoms of a heart attack include:
Pain, discomfort, pressure, or a feeling of heaviness in the chest or arm
Pain or discomfort that radiates from the chest or arm to the back, jaw, or throat
An intense feeling of indigestion or fullness
Sweating, vomiting, nausea, or light-headedness
Weakness, shortness of breath
These symptoms typically last 30 minutes, but they can be sudden and intense during a massive event. It is possible for these symptoms to occur and pass, but if they are constant for 30 minutes, even if they are not intense, you should contact your doctor. Symptoms of a heart attack often start mild and increase over a short time. If you recognize them early enough and take action, it can save your life.
It is possible to have a heart attack without any symptoms. Doctors usually call this a silent myocardial infarction. This is common for people suffering from diabetes.
Coronary Artery Disease: Warning You of a Problem
In addition to recognizing the signs of a heart attack and taking quick action, you can also learn to recognize the signs of coronary artery disease. This indicates you are at a higher risk for a heart attack. If you experience any of these symptoms, schedule an appointment with your doctor. He or she can recommend medication and/or lifestyle changes that will help you manage the symptoms and prevent a full-blown heart attack from occurring. Symptoms of coronary artery disease include:
Discomfort, pressure, heaviness, burning, aching, squeezing, or pain in the chest (usually not as intense as a full-blown heart attack)
Palpitations or a flip-flopping sensation in your chest
Shortness of breath
Many of these symptoms are similar to a heart attack because they are a precursor to a full-blown event. Take these symptoms seriously and do what you can to improve your health before it is too late.
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