Xarelto Lawsuit Phoenix Arizona
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What to Expect After a Heart Attack
If you’ve recently had a heart attack, you are probably feeling quite sobered about your experience. Fortunately, most heart attack survivors are ready to begin walking within a week of the experience, and most are able to resume regular activities within two weeks of discharge from the hospital. If you suffered complications to the heart attack or the heart attack was severe, you may require a much longer recovery time. However, most heart attack survivors are able to go to live normal lives after they fully recover.
This means you will have a chance to improve your health and decrease your chances of ever having another heart attack. You get to have a new lease on life!
Your New Lifestyle
Most people decide to take action to improve their health after having a heart attack. You may decide you need to:
Eat more healthfully
Stop exercising so vigorously and replace difficult exercise with moderate or gentle exercise
Learn to manage stress more effectively
Many heart attack survivors find they benefit from getting help or instruction from nutritionists, dietitians, personal trainers or life coaches. You may find it helpful to talk to your doctor about resources in each of these areas.
What to do if You Experience Chest Pain
After having a heart attack, you will naturally be concerned any time you experience chest pain. However, it’s very common for people who have had a heart attack to experience angina, which is chest pain that is attributed to exertion but will go away. You will need to learn how to determine what is merely angina, and what is chest pain that indicates you are having a heart attack.
The pain you feel with angina will be much less severe than the pain related to a heart attack. It may be piercing, and it may increase when you inhale or move around, but angina will go away when you take your prescribed medication or when you rest.
However, heart attack pain can begin like angina, so it is a good idea to:
Find the phone or alert another person that you are having chest pains right away
Take your medication while holding the phone or while in the room with someone who could call 911 for you
Tell the person who is with you if the pain increases or subsides
Call 911 if in doubt or if the pain increases and you are alone
Taking Advantage of Your New Life
As a heart attack survivor, you now have the chance to improve your health and examine your priorities. Many survivors gain great satisfaction from their newly prioritized health and wellness efforts.
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