10 Signs Of Heart Attack  

10 Signs Of Heart Attack

          Most heart attacks come on slowly and a person will experience mild pain and discomfort. This usually makes the person wait too long before seeking medical help and as a result the prognosis may not be too favorable. Then there are people who get heart attacks suddenly and know that they are having one.

              However, usually when people are going to get a heart attack, they do experience certain symptoms, which may go unnoticed. Here are 10 signs of heart attack and if you are experience any one of them, you should immediately seek medical assistance.More...

 

Congestive Heart Failure Information

Congestive Heart Failure Information        Congestive heart failure is a condition which occurs due to improper pumping of blood by the heart. The blood flows in a reverse direction in to the body. This reverse flow can occur in the left or right sides of the heart chambers. In the former, blood flows back to the lungs causing coughing and shortness in breath especially while exercising or lying on the bed. In the later, blood flows back to the body parts causing swelling in legs or ankles which worsens when the individual stands. More...

 

Coronary Heart Disease Explained

Coronary Heart Disease Explained

Coronary arteries are responsible for supplying oxygenated blood to the heart. With this oxygen rich blood the heart is able to pump blood that is to be transported to other parts of the body. When these coronary arteries get blocked due to build up of fatty materials, calcium, cholesterol and other substances, it causes blockages inside the artery. Due to the blockages, the heart does not get the required amount of blood necessary for its pumping action. This condition is referred to as coronary heart disease. More...

 

Definition Of Cardiovascular Disease

Definition Of Cardiovascular Disease

Cardiovascular disease is a common term given to different illnesses related to the blood vessels all around the heart or the heart itself. Generally, people often use the terms cardiovascular diseases and heart diseases interchangeably, but both refer to different things.

Mostly, all cardiovascular diseases actually deal with the clotting or blocking of the arteries. Due to insufficient supply of oxygen to the heart, it fails to pump properly leading to strokes, heart failure or heart attack. Such conditions can be fatal resulting in death. More...

 

Heart Attack And Asprin

Heart Attack And Asprin

A heart attack, which is medically termed as myocardial infarction, occurs when a plaque in the coronary artery ruptures and causes the formation of a blood clot. This clot causes an obstruction in the artery due to which blood cannot reach the heart tissue. As a result that affected portion of the heart starts dying, and this is known as a heart attack.More...

 

 

 

Chest Pain And Stress

Chest Pain And Stress

Every year, considerable numbers of people seek emergency treatment for undetermined chest pain which is not linked to biomedical factors such as cardiovascular diseases or other illness. A thesis from Sahlgrenska Academy (faculty of health sciences) at university of Gothenburg, Sweden points that stress at work, anxiety, depression and inactive lifestyle may lead to unexplained chest pain.More...

 

Health Symptoms Of Heart Attack

Health Symptoms Of Heart Attack

Health symptoms of heart attack can vary from one person to another and it is quite possible for two people to have heart attacks without experiencing the same symptoms. In addition, the health symptoms of heart attack in a woman are different from those experienced by men.

According to the American Heart Association, the following are the most common health symptoms of heart attack that people experience:More...

 

 

 

 

Is-There-Any-Health-Problems-After-A-Heart-Attack      Many people who have heart attacks wonder whether there are any healthy problems after an attack. This question is quite normal because the last thing you would want is another heart attack or complication. Nearly 10 percent of people who have a heart attack will end up having another one within a year. Thereafter the risk drops to 3 percent every year. More..

 


 

 

 
   
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