In this video, we will discuss the symptoms of a silent heart attack and how to prevent it.
A silent heart attack is a heart attack that occurs without any of the classic symptoms, such as chest pain, shortness of breath, or nausea. This type of heart attack is more common in women and older adults.
The symptoms of a silent heart attack can vary, but they may include:
Mild chest discomfort;
Shortness of breath;
Discomfort in other parts of the body, such as the jaw, stomach, or neck.
If you experience any of these symptoms, it is important to seek medical attention immediately. A silent heart attack can be just as serious as a regular heart attack, and it is important to get treatment as soon as possible.
There are a number of things you can do to help prevent a silent heart attack, including:
Managing your risk factors for heart disease, such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and diabetes;
Eating a healthy diet;
Maintaining a healthy weight;
Limiting alcohol intake.
If you have any concerns about your heart health, talk to your doctor. They can help you assess your risk factors and develop a plan to prevent a heart attack.
Watch this video to learn more about silent heart attacks and how to prevent them.
00:44 What Causes a Heart Attack
01:43 1st Symptom of a Classic Heart Attack: Chest Discomfort
02:08 2nd Symptom of a Classic Heart Attack: Radiation of Pain
02:24 3rd Symptom of a Classic Heart Attack: Shortness of Breath and Difficulty Breathing
02:37 4th Symptom of a Classic Heart Attack: Cold Sweat and Paler Skin
02:47 5th Symptom of a Classic Heart Attack: Nausea and Vomiting
02:58 6th Symptom of a Classic Heart Attack: Dizziness
03:24 1st Symptom of a Silent Heart Attack: Fatigue
03:36 2nd Symptom of a Silent Heart Attack: Mild Chest Discomfort
03:55 3rd Symptom of a Silent Heart Attack: Sweating
04:09 4th Symptom of a Silent Heart Attack: Shortness of Breath
04:30 5th Symptom of a Silent Heart Attack: Nausea
04:43 6th Symptom of a Silent Heart Attack: Discomfort in Other Parts of the Body
05:11 How to Prevent Heart Disease and Heart Attacks
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