Here’s how to identify a heart attack one month before it happens


You can minimize risk by knowing the symptoms before they hit. Make sure you always treat these as red flags!

Fatigue Arteries narrow and the result is less blood being received than you need. As result, you feel tired and extremely drowsy all the time.


Shortness of breath Less blood to the heart means your lungs are not getting enough oxygen as they need. If trouble breathing occurs, this may be a sign a heart attack is around the corner.

Weakness With the arteries narrow, not allowing blood circulation, your muscles don’t get what they need. You can even fall down!Dizziness and cold sweats

Blood flow to brain becomes restricted with poor circulation. Dizziness and clamminess is the result.Chest pressureWhile most (but not all) men experience crushing or squeezing chest pain (usually under the breastbone), women are more likely to have no chest pain (or simply a feeling of “fullness” in the chest).

Flu or cold symptoms Those who have suffered attacks report a case of cold or flu coming out of seemingly nowhere beforehand.How to handle this:

If you experience any of these symptoms, then you should see a doctor as soon as possible, as early on detection is key for prevention.
Here’s how to identify a heart attack one month before it happens Here’s how to identify a heart attack one month before it happens Reviewed by Abodunrin Muyiwa (Muyilight) on 05:35:00 Rating: 5

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