If you learn how to recognize the signals your body sends before something happens, you would rarely suffer from a serious illness.
If your body sends you some signals recently and you are not able to find out what it wants to tell you, check if they are similar to those that suggest a future heart attack:
- Feeling more tired than previously and you are often prone to insomnia
The reduced blood flow in the heart makes us feel exhausted and tired even when doing nothing, resulting in insomnia.
- You are often not able to take a long breath
This is most alarming signal for heart attack. If you often cannot take a deep and long breath, that is, if you are not able to breathe in and breathe out well, it signals that the heart receives little blood flow which reduces the available oxygen in the lungs.
- Muscle weakness
The reduced pressure makes you feel weak and helpless, due to which you feel muscle weakness as well.
It happens due to poor blood circulation in the body that prevents muscles to work properly.
- You often feel dizziness and nausea accompanied by perspiring
If you feel dizziness followed by nausea and perspiring, it is possible that you are before heart attack.
This is an expressed signal in individuals who feel dizzy after standing up abruptly. The same thing happens due to delayed blood arrival in the brain.
- You have uncomfortable feeling in the chest
The more the coronary artery narrows, the more blood flow reduces, which causes discomfort in the chest.
At first, it starts with a feeling, continues with stabbing and ends with pain.
If you recognize these 5 signals in your body, immediately contact a cardiologist.