This is the most common sign of a heart attack, but it’s not always a crushing, sudden pain. It could be more of an uncomfortable feeling — like squeezing or heaviness. You might mistake it for heartburn. It may last for more than a few minutes or go away and come back
Arm & Upper Back Pain
Men typically feel it in the left arm, but women may hurt in both. Your arms could feel heavy or “useless.” It could be a sign of angina or a heart attack.
General Body Fatigue
Everybody’s busy, so it’s normal to feel tired once in a while. But it’s a red flag for heart attack if you suddenly get wiped out at times you usually wouldn’t.
Sweating and Trouble Breathing
If you’re having a heart attack, you may break out in a sweat even if you’re not pushing yourself hard. You could feel cold and clammy. You may be short of breath, like you’ve run a marathon, even if you haven’t moved off your couch. When you lie down, it may be even harder to breathe.
A heart rhythm disorder like atrial fibrillation (AFib) can cause your ticker to beat fast and out of sync. Some people describe the feeling as a flutter or like a fish is flopping around inside their chest.
Call for help if you or someone around you is having any of the above symptoms. Have it at your fingertips, they can save a life dying the next minutes.
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