If you can recognize heart attack signs in men as well as women, the chances are, one day, you’ll save a life! Someone else’s. Or even your own!
It can strike the young and the not so young. Male or female. Every 34 seconds. Heart attack! Yes. Approximately every 34 seconds someone in the United States will suffer a heart attack. And, it also happens to be the #1 killer of women!
Your physician can give you a plan to help reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke, and maintain a healthy lifestyle
As stated by the American Heart Association,
one of the not-for-profit organizations we support, heart disease is
preventable and a heart attack is not always fatal. Something important
to remember is that the warning signs for men and women differ. Here we
discuss heart disease symptoms,
angina, cardiac arrest and getting emergency medical help.
So, if you don’t know what heart attack signs to look out for or aren’t sure what cardiac arrest is, it’ll be well worth your while to read on.
If you spend prolonged periods sitting down, it’s time to get moving and get healthy
Being overweight or obese puts you at high risk for heart disease
Don’t wait, call 911, and get emergency medical treatment right away
In the coming months we will be adding pages to showcase more matters of the heart. For now we invite you to read tips on preparing nutritious meals, healthy snacking and more by visiting our page featuring the American Heart Association Diet. Please click to view.
To read about other highly informative topics directly related to the goals of the American Heart Association and more ways to protect your heart, please click on the links below.
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There is no better place to learn about the warning signs of a heart attack than the American Heart Association.
Did you know that most heart attacks start off with mild pain or discomfort? That most people wait too long before getting help? That a woman’s symptoms may be different to those of a man?
Being well-informed can save not only your life, but someone else’s, too. Please visit http://www.heart.org/HEARTORG/Conditions/HeartAttack/WarningSignsofaHeartAttack/Warning-Signs-of-a-Heart-Attack_UCM_002039_Article.jsp