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THE SYMPTOMS OF A HEART ATTACK
Some people mistakenly believe that a heart attack means that their heart has stopped. This is not the case. However, if the heart attack is serious enough then it can cause the heart to stop, and this is called a cardiac arrest.
The symptoms may vary from person to person, but they typically involve the following:
Pain: This may range from a dull ache to a very severe vice-like pain, usually in the central chest, but it may also radiate down the left arm, up into the throat and down as far as the abdomen. Breathlessness: Shortness of breath, shallow breathing, or a gasping for breath, may be due to the heart attack itself or can occur because of heightened anxiety or fright associated with the feelings of pain and the thoughts of possible death. It is the perfectly understandable reaction to such a major threat to one's life.
Nausea: Again, this symptom may or may not be present or it can actually cause some people to vomit. Dizziness: Lightheadedness, dizziness and even loss of consciousness are sometimes experienced, and should never be ignored because they are serious signs of heart attack.
Because people are so different there are many different reactions in the way we feel, think and behave regarding a heart attack. The above symptoms are typical but not everyone will have the typical symptoms. This may be one of the reasons your doctor may at first be unsure about the diagnosis of heart attack. Someone who regularly has angina may think it is just another angina attack and some people have no symptoms at all and are unaware that they have had a heart attack.
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