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The arteries that supply blood to the heart are called coronary arteries. When these arteries are blocked or clogged principally by cholesterol clinging to the arteries walls. There is not enough oxygenated blood reaching the heart which can leave a permanent injury on the heart.
Symptoms: The symptoms of blood stoppage are strong sharp pain in the center of the chest occurring suddenly and with great pressure (most significant symptom).
Pain can spread to the neck, the shoulder, the arm and the upper part of the stomach. Also, it can merely stay in the center of the chest. Generally, attacks last for 2 minutes. When there is a partial or temporary obstruction of the coronary artery, there occurs a strong pain known as angina pectoris (generally occurs after exercise or strong exertion).
The Heart Attack occurs due to the lack of oxygenated blood and it is permanent killing part of the cardiac muscle. On the other hand, Angina Pectoris causes temporary and reversible damage and that stops within 1 to 2 minutes with rest.
- Difficulty breathing
- Incapacity of talk
- Pressure in the chest
- Humming sound in the ears
- Sensation that something serious is happening.
Principle Causes of Heart Attack: The heart attack is usually cased by-
- High Blood Pressure (hypertension)
- Excessive fat and calcium in the blood (cholesterol)
- Sedentary lifestyle
- Lack of exercise
Preventive Suggested Treatment: You should change your lifestyle and follow: exercise daily, eat properly, avoiding all foods that have an excessive amount of fats and cholesterol. Eliminate stress in your life.
Take natural food supplements which are very much effective for reducing the chances of heart attack.
- Arctic Sea Super Omega 3
- Forever Garlic Thyme
- Aloe Berry Nectar
- Forever Garcinia Plus
- Absorbent C
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- Identify the symptoms of a heart attack.
- Sit or lay the person down in any position which allows him to breathe the easiest.
- Keep him calm.
- Take him to the hospital as soon as possible. Do not allow the person to make excuse to avoid transferring him to the hospital in order to see a doctor.
Do not move the person, keep him in bed for at least 8 days, doing little or no activity like sitting up or walking for 30 days and do not do exercise or physical exertion. A heart attack can be fatal so you should consult your doctor as soon as possible.