While chest pain and pressure are the most common symptoms, there are so many more ways that your body could be telling you that it’s about to have a heart attack.
Women are more likely than men to have subtle signs that we often interpret as something else. From stress to the flu, the symptoms of a heart attack often mimic these more common conditions.
It’s important to be aware of the subtle symptoms and to seek help as soon as you notice one or more of them in combination with chest pain.
1- Chest Pain
A feeling of pressure, tightness or squeezing in the center of your chest.
It is the most common sign in men and women. You might feel pressure building up to a fullness or squeezing in your chest. It might last for a few minutes and come and go. Seek medical attention straight away!
2- Body Pains
It might feel like it is travelling from the chest to the arms, jaw, neck, back and abdomen.
Call 911 immediately if you feel this spreading pain. If you have no discomfort in your chest, but you find that the upper-body pain is out of the ordinary for you, get it checked out anyway.
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