A Month Before a Heart Attack, Your Body Will Warn You With These 8 Signals

Prevention is better than cure. This simple rule applies to any disease and is especially valuable when symptoms are not properly acknowledged.

udoggybag will describe crucial symptoms that might occur one month (or even earlier) before a heart attack. You don’t need to become a total hypochondriac, but a bit of health awareness never hurt anybody. Pay close attention in case you are at risk. Several often-missed indicators are listed at the end of the article.

8 – Exhaustion and lethargy

If you feel exhausted for a month with no prominent cause, it is probably the sign of a heart attack. This sign is more prominent in women than in men.

Explanation: It is normal to feel wormed out after physical or mental activity on a stressful day. This is the reason that we usually ignore this quite apparent symptom. Usually, it isn’t easy to perform simple routine activities such as bathing or cleaning the bedsheet.

7 – Bloating or abdominal pain

Many symptoms like abdominal pain, bloating, and empty/full stomach nausea indicates a forthcoming heart attack. Both men and women are likely to have these symptoms.

Explanation: abdominal pain before a heart attack occurs in episodes, i.e., firstly, you may feel at ease, then after a short period of time, the symptom will return. Physical Stress and tension might aggravate the condition.

6 – Sleeplessness

Insomnia is also a major symptom that shows the high risk of heart attack, more commonly in women. Anxiety, sleeplessness, and distractions are common features of insomnia.

Explanation: you may feel trouble waking up early morning and having a problem maintaining sleep throughout the night.

5 – Dyspnea

Are you unable to breathe deeply? You must have a strong feeling of breathlessness or dyspnea. Almost six months before a heart attack, such symptoms appear in both men and women. So pay attention to this warning sign and head over to the practitioner.

Explanation: the feeling of dizziness and shortness of breath are commonly associated with dyspnea.

4 – Alopecia

Hair loss is also one of the prominent risk indicators of a heart attack. Over 50 men are more likely to be affected by alopecia; however, women sometimes also encounter this symptom. The high level of cortisol hormone results in balding.

Explanation: Consider hair loss, especially from the top of the head, as slight ignorance can drag you to the severe consequences.

3 – Irregular heartbeat

In women, Irregular heartbeat and arrhythmias are associated with anxiety and panic attacks. It occurs suddenly and exposes itself unusually as it may appear in the form of tachycardia (high heart rate), bradycardia (low heart rate), or arrhythmias (abnormal heartbeat). Physical exertion may aggravate the heart rate even more, especially if you have atherosclerosis (plaque formation in arteries) disease.

Explanation: The abnormal heart rate lasts for 1 to 2 minutes, along with lethargy and dizziness. Immediately call the doctor.

2 – Sweating

A heart attack also accompanies excessive perspiration. You may experience it at all times of day and night. Women are more affected by these signs; however, they confuse it with hot flashes and menopausal night sweats.

Explanation: breaking out in cold sweats, having flu-like symptoms, and pale clumpy skin may occur without any physical activity or strain. By the morning, bedsheets become wet with excessive sweating throughout the night. So if you have a sweaty night, immediately consult the doctor.

1 – Uncomfortable pressure on the chest

The very first warning sign of a heart attack is the pain or uncomfortable pressure in the chest. The pain may be of different intensities and types. This impending sign of heart attack most commonly affects the men severely, which can’t be overlooked. While almost 30 percent of women also experience chest pain during a heart attack.

Explanation: the discomfort of the chest pain may move to the lower jaw, shoulder, neck, and stomach. It may last permanently or for only a few minutes.

Final thoughts

We are all aware of a heart attack’s common causes, such as a sedentary lifestyle, increased weight, and smoking. However, some signs are often ignored, but they might enhance your health knowledge and help you avoid a heart attack.

  • Earlobe crease, a prominent earlobe crease appear diagonal to the ear canal.
  • Yellow patches within the eyelids
  • Muscle soreness in the calf due to the physical activity
  • Hair at ear canal in men
  • An early appearance of grey hair, especially in men
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