It’s always important to monitor the signals sent to you by your body, especially when it comes to fatal illnesses, such as a heart attack.
Heart attack is not sudden, but it can be predicted, and symptoms occur weeks before it happens.
You have insomnia and constantly feel tired
This may be a warning that the coronary artery has narrowed to a large extent. Reduced blood flow to the heart leads to an increased stress on the heart pump, which makes us feel exhausted and bloated, and on top of that, we cannot sleep.
This phenomenon is more prevalent for the female population. The point is that the respiratory and cardiovascular systems depend on each other, so when the heart receives less blood, the lungs themselves receive less oxygen. Hence a short breath.
Muscular weakness and an unpleasant sensation in the chest
Since we have a lower flow of blood, a lack of oxygen, therefore blood circulation is getting worse. Muscles in these conditions can not contract. As the coronary artery is more narrow, the flow of blood becomes uneven, and all of this is manifested by the stinging in the chest area. Later, piercing pain and a sensation of pressure.
If you come into the situation to feel all the above symptoms, we advise you to contact your doctor immediately to prevent a fatal outcome!