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A heart attack is when blood circulation is blocked by something. This can mostly be to a fat clogged artery. blood. A heart attack is occurred when the blood from your body flows to your heart muscle. Heart attack can kill many people but the advancement of the doctors today they know a way to help prevent heart attacks.
A heart attack is when the blood's flow through a section of the heart is blocked. Then that section of the heart gets damaged because of the lack of oxygen and then it dies.
Heart attacks are leading killers in the U.S. of both men and women. Treatment is most effective within one hour of the beginning symptoms. Several problems linked to hear attacks are heart failure and life threatening
(irregular heartbeats). A heart failure is when the heart can't pump enough blood throughout the body.
heart attacks-symptoms and how to prevent them
Some symptoms are:
-discomfort in areas of the upper body
-shortness of breath
-other signs may include nausea, lightheaded or breaking out in a cold sweat.
A heart attack is when a blood clot stops the flow of blood from going through a coronary artery. A coronary artery is a blood vessel that feeds blood to a part of the heart muscle. when they blood cant flow to your heart can damage or destroy a part of the heart muscle. In the U.S heart attacks are the number one killers. A heart attack can occur in anyone at anytime.
Heart attacks are one the leading deaths in America. People die from these attacks frequently due to cause of plaque build up within the arteries of the heart. Its caused from bad eating habits or doing things like smoking. This heart problem is very serious for people especially the elderly since their the ones who end up dieing from this health issue.
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