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Heart Disease
Heart Attack Symptoms
Heart disease symptoms are sometimes very obvious and at other times they are almost non existent. Heart and cardiovascular disease is the number one killer of us humans. Heart disease should be renamed or reclassified. It over 70% of cases the heart is running normal with all systems go when the fuel system gets clogged. It is not your heart it is your vascular system that is damaged and causing the problems.

When the classic heart attack occurs it almost always a clogged vessel or two or three or up to all six at once. This is the one that has the elephant sitting on your chest pain that is super intense with screaming pain in your arm and the feeling that there is no air to breathe. This type of heart attack happens most frequently in men but it can occur in women.

On the other side of the coin is the heart attack that sneaks up you. It comes rather quickly and quietly. Itís major symptom is just super fatigue. Your chest may be uncomfortable but there is no pain. You can even walk and function without having noticeable shortness of breath. This is the one that visited our family. The member was female and as I understand it this type of attack happens more frequently in women. She waited for approximately tens days because it was just no big deal. When she did go they found a major artery 99.8% clogged and another 60% clogged.

If you are a man or women you can have a heart event either with lots of noise or no noise at all. If you are one of the unlucky ones who have symptoms but the doctor or hospital states that there is nothing wrong after a cursory exam and you really feel there is something wrong insist on an EKG or stress test. If there is something going on the EKG should show the abnormality and the stress test will surly show the disease if there is any

One point here!. You can call me crazy if you wish it is OK. I have the feeling that the body and mind always tries to tell you if there is something wrong. The challenge is to be broad minded enough to listen. Some people may call this a higher power or universal law and that is OK too. I am convinced that if you sit quietly and meditate (read think quietly) you can tell if there is something wrong, especially if it could be critically wrong. If you believe there is then take action. This is the case of "better safe then sorry."

Most research today has found that the belief that cholesterol causes heart disease is false. This of course does not hold true from the large companies selling cholesterol lowering drugs.  It is now thought by independent research that free radical damage to blood vessels is the key ingredient in poor circulation which leads to heart and vascular disease.. The damage by radicals causes inflammation and thus cause blood platelets to stick on the inside of the vessel wall.

Here are the warning signs of a heart attack:

  • Chest discomfort Most heart attacks even the quit ones involves some degree of chest discomfort. It is usually in the center of the chest and lasts more than a few minutes. It can also come and go but this too has a pattern.  This feeling has many name descriptions. It can be pressure light to uncomfortable. It can be squeezing, fullness or pain too. The pain may come suddenly and not go away.  Remember the women man difference above.
  • Other areas of the body react too. You can have pain or discomfort in one or both arms, the back, neck, jaw, or stomach. These feelings normally last o few minutes or more at a time.
  • Shortness of breath is another that many people have during an event. . It often comes along with chest discomfort. But it also can occur before the chest discomfort and I have heard of it being the only symptom from a friend who had it.
  • There can also be nausea, indigestion and vomiting. There are many of my friends who have had events ( It is because I am a senior) Most of them including my female family member made some comments about it feels like indigestion but it isnít. And they could tell the difference in most cases.  This is the body speaking to you.
  • There can also be sweating with a cool and clammy feeling
  • Last but not least is the feeling of fear, anxiety and denial. Again this comes up all over the web. Again this is the mind and the body telling you there is something very wrong. Another description of course is it is the survival instinct taking over. Our bodies have a great survival instinct built in from the dawn of time. It kept us alive when there was no food and shelter and the big animals ruled the world.

Lastly there are few statistics on this because most of the people (mostly men)  who experienced it are now dead. Do not let your ego do your talking. No matter how big and strong you are and no matter how good of shape your in a heart attack can strike. Clogged blood vessels have nothing to do with strength and endurance. Anybody can have them, ANYBODY.

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