Paying Attention to Heart Attack Warning Signs

Heart attack warning signs -- What to look for and what to do.

Heart attack warning signs are not something that should be ignored, nor are they something that should cause you panic.

I'm Heart Healthy Henry and I'm going to go over the heart attack warning signs with you and will let you know what to do should you encounter these signs.

Knowledge is Power

As with anything, knowledge is power. It's human nature to fear what we don't know and if you don't know what you're looking for in heart attack warning signs you may very well panic at the slightest pang in your chest -- which isn't going to do you a bit of good, especially if you are having a heart attack.

The Warning Signs

When looking for heart attack warning signs, you should look for discomfort or pressure on your chest, radiating pain that can run to your back or your jaw, sensations of indigestion, dizziness, rapid heart beat, and/or fatigue.

If you notice that you're suffering from one or more of the heart attack warning signs, it's important that you seek medical care immediately. The earlier on you catch a heart attack, the higher your chances for survival.

Men vs. Women

Sometimes women will experience heart attack warning signs that are different than the heart attack warning signs mentioned above.

Heart attack warning signs in women may include shortness of breath, flu-like symptoms, fatigue and weakness, and anxiety or a feeling of doom.


The best way to avoid serious complications from a heart attack is to avoid having one in the first place. Regular exercise, a healthy diet and dietary supplements like the one available at this website are great ways to ensure that you'll be free from the heart attack warning signs and your chances of a heart attack should be minimal.

By knowing what to look for in heart attack warning signs, you'll be better prepared to act on them should they occur and your chances of surviving a heart attack will be much better.

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