As we had mentioned in our previous post, a heart attack is caused by lack of blood supply usually when their occurs a cut off when an artery supplying the heart muscle is blocked by a blood clot or coagulation. As per medical reports, those individuals who are usually inactive or don’t participate in exercising activities are at higher risks.

A feeling of pressure, tightness, pain, squeezing, or aching in the chest or arms that spreads to the neck, jaw, or back can be among the top signs that a person is having a heart attack.
The following are other possible signs and symptoms of a heart attack occurring:

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1. Coughing
2. Nausea
3. Vomiting
4. Crushing chest pain
5. Dizziness
6. Shortness of breath called dyspnea
7. Face seeming gray in color
8. A feeling of terror that life is ending
9. Feeling awful, generally
10. Restlessness
11. Feeling clammy and sweaty
12. Shortness of breath