Deadly Signs Of Heart Attack And Stroke For Everyone


A heart attack is a serious heart disease in which the blood supply to the heart is suddenly blocked or stops suddenly, this is usually referred to as a blood clot. It is common for adults to experience this kind of problem. But did you know that even young people can experience early signs of stroke and heart attack? Here are some tips you need to know when it comes to the topic of early warning signs of stroke

1. Sudden attack of dizziness and headache

     Sudden dizziness is one of the strong early warning signs of a possible stroke, especially in women under 45 years of age. If you suddenly feel dizzy or suddenly sway and even faint, just stop whatever you are doing and seek help from anyone near you to take you to the hospital so you can get immediate medical help.

2. Incoherent language

      An early symptom of a stroke is when you suddenly start talking nonsense. This is where you cannot speak normally, and you will find it difficult to speak in a normal way. Be careful as this can lead to a complete loss of the ability to speak properly.

3. Sudden weakness in the limbs

     Sudden weakness in your arms or legs can also be a sign of a stroke. These symptoms can cause paralysis and even collapse. Test your muscles by extending your arms outwards palms facing up for about 10 seconds, if one arm falls down it shows that your muscles are weak and you really need help.

4. Facial weakness

     If you feel that one side of your face suddenly sags then it's like being half paralyzed, that's a very big warning that you've had a stroke and need medical attention.

5. Hiccups

     This symptom affects most of the women resulting in sudden attacks of constant hiccups. This is caused by a stroke in the respiratory center of the brain. Please get help immediately if your hiccups do not stop at any point of time.

6. Shortness of breath and palpitations

     When a sudden attack hits you, you may experience fatigue or you may suddenly experience shortness of breath due to difficulty breathing or the lack of air you breathe. This can cause heart palpitations or increased heart rate due to lack of oxygen in your body.

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