Xarelto Lawsuit Jacksonville Florida
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Heart attacks are more common than you think, so it’s important to know the signs of a heart attack. While many people imagine a heart attack will be unmistakable, the truth is many heart attacks are mild and can be mistaken for indigestion or even asthma. While a serious heart attack is extremely painful and is definitely unmistakable, it’s important to learn what the signs of a heart attack are so you can get help before too much damage is done.
The following questions will help you identify if you may be having a heart attack. This is especially important if you find yourself having symptoms while you are alone. When in doubt, call 911 and talk through your symptoms. It’s better to find out you don’t need to get help than to procrastinate to the point where you are unable to call for help.
Am I experiencing chest pain?
The first and most obvious sign of a heart attack is chest pain. This sounds obvious, but many people experience chest pain from time to time, and that chest pan is simply a little pang that comes and goes from time to time.
When you are having a heart attack, the pain will feel like a squeezing on your heart or a steady pressure in your chest.
Is the pain in my chest spreading?
In many cases the pain from your chest will radiate out to your arm. This is a classic sign of a heart attack.
Am I getting dizzy?
It’s common to feel faint or disoriented when a heart attack begins.
Can I breathe deeply and normally?
You will probably feel as if something heavy has been placed on your chest and like you are trying to breathe but it’s very hard to inhale.
Am I able to eat something?
If you’re nauseated, you may be having a heart attack.
Am I sweating?
It’s common to sweat a lot when having a heart attack. You may experience cold or hot sweats.
How does my color look?
Most people lose the color in their faces when having a heart attack.
Are my ankles swelling?
Most people fin their ankles begin to swell up as they start to have a heart attack.
What to Do
Call 911 before your symptoms become debilitating. You need to take advantage of the short amount of time you have before the symptoms become too much to bear. Give the 911 operator your address before you say anything else (so they can get an ambulance out to you immediately) and then explain that you need someone to check you out for a possible heart attack. Be very clear at what you need so they will help you out.
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