What are the signs of heart attack in women?
What are the signs of heart attack in women? Both of my parents have had heart attacks, and I want to be aware of any signs that I should watch for.
1 Uncomfortable pressure, squeezing, fullness or pain in the center of your chest 2 Shortness of breath with or without chest discomfort 3 pain or discomfort in one or both arms, the back, neck, jaw or stomach
chest tightness, heaviness, fatigue, headache, dizziness, anxiety, weakness, nausea, pain in shoulders, neck, jaw, arms, shortness of breath, sweating, high and low blood pressure. Each individual person is different in these symptoms.
Nausea, fatigue, weakness, indigestion, dizziness, chest pain that spreads to the neck, shoulders, upper back, jaw or arms
Discomfort and chest pain, pain in arms, back, neck and jaw., stomach pain, shortness of breathe, nausea, light head, sweating, Fatigue.
uncomfortable pressure in the center of chest, shortness of breath , breaking out in a cold sweat, nausea or lightheaded
Pressure, aching sensation in chest and arms, nausea, breath shortness...
Look online or better yet consult doctor!
look online, ask doctors. That is serious enough to consult professionals....
Chest pain, jaw pain, toothache, headache, shortness of breath, nausea and vomiting.
These six heart attack symptoms are common in women: Chest pain or discomfort. Chest pain is the most common heart attack symptom, but some women may experience it differently than men. ... Pain in your arm(s), back, neck, or jaw. ... Stomach pain. ... Shortness of breath, nausea, or lightheadedness. ... Sweating. ... Fatigue. 6 Heart Attack Symptoms in Women: Chest Pain and Other Signs
Instead of waiting be proactive and have the following risk factors screened:
Avoiding Heart Disease:
High LDL, High Total Cholesterol, Low HDL, Elevated Glucose, Elevated Homocysteine, High C-Reactive Protein, Low Vitamin D, Low Vitamin K, Elevated Triglycerides, Low EPA/DHA, Elevated Insulin, Low Free Testosterone- Excess Estrogen(Men), Youthful Levels Progesterone and Estrogen(woman)Nitric Oxide Deficit, Elevated Fibrinogen, Hypertension, Oxidized LDL.
Always seek the advice of a Licensed Medical Practitioner in your area.
There are no signs for women's or mens. But what can causes heart attacks for both mens and women's is high blood pressure, you can have a heart attack if you have surgery,and when you coronary are block and build up from cholesterol it can causes most heart attack.
The common signs of women having a heart attack are pain in 1 ir both arms, back, neck, jaw and stomach. It could also just be a discomfort feeling to. You get shortness of breath cold sweats and nausea. Also you will feel lightheadness. So ladys take care of your selfs out there...
Some of the more common heart attack signs for women are 1. Pain or discomfortin chest, arms ,jaw and stomach. 2. Shortness of breath 3. Sweating 4. Fatigue 5. Nausea. 6. Dizziness. I hope this helps and take care
Women tend to have more subtle warning signs of a heart attack than men such as shortness of breath, fatigue, nausea, and vomiting. Pay attention if you experience one or more of these symptoms (you'll likely have a combination) over the course of a few days. It's easy to mistake these red flags for stress or exhaustion.
Less common signs can be a dry cough which doesn't produce phlegm; abdominal bloating; jaw pain; less urination; sometimes the person might only feel pain localized in their left arm. Pay attention to left side of body and normal functioning.
Women don't often manifest the classic signs of a heart attack. They can have something as subtle as a metallic taste in their mouth. This is one of the reasons women die more often from heart attack. They have a weird symptom, but go on about their day until they just drop because the damage to the heart is too great. Men usually have the left arm pain and feeling of something heavy on their chest, which is why they recognize what's happening and get to a hospital.
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