1. KARIN AĞRISI
If you have noticed that your stomach is bothering you (it could be nausea, pain, or bloating), it should be cared for. Pre-heart attack abdominal pain is episodic, meaning it eases and gets worse for a short time.
Difficulty falling asleep, staying asleep, or getting up too early can be a sign of insomnia. Insomnia is also associated with an increased risk of heart attack or stroke, especially in women.
Do you feel tired even after sleeping long enough? This unusual fatigue is one of the main symptoms of an impending heart attack. This type of fatigue, which is not caused by physical or mental activity, increases towards the end of the day. If you think performing simple tasks like taking a shower is too tiring, take note.
4. HAIR LOSS
One of the most prominent symptoms of heart disease is hair loss on the upper part of your head. Most often it affects men in their 50s, but some women may also be at risk.
5. IRREGULAR HEART RATE
Arrhythmia (irregular heartbeat) or tachycardia (increased heart rate) may come on suddenly and usually last 1-2 minutes. If this does not improve, you may feel dizzy and extreme tiredness, in which case you should contact your doctor immediately.
If you cannot take a deep breath, your breath will become shallow, you will breathe out, you will feel tired and dizzy with any effort. This symptom occurs up to 6 months before a heart attack.
7. INCREASED SWEATING
A common problem in menopausal women, these hot flashes can point to something much worse. Check for flu-like symptoms, moist skin, or sweating regardless of air temperature or exercise.
The biggest and best known symptom is Strong pressure in one or both arms, chin, neck, shoulders, or chest.
In men, this symptom is one of the most important early signs of an impending heart attack that should not be taken lightly. Only 30% of women are affected.