You Can Stop A Person From Dying If You Know These Symptoms of Heart Attacks

  • Jan 06 , 2018

Heart attacks are serious. Recent times have witnessed heart attacks in children and teenagers too, which is shocking. The subconscious mind in every human is wired in a way that makes us worry about diseases that are nowhere linked to us. Science has progressed a lot to help us understand things related to our health beforehand. Thus, came the theory behind symptoms.

Symptoms are signs or indications that warn us about an upcoming infection or disease and accordingly, we can take the right preventive measures. Symptoms for the same disease might vary from person to person. They also vary due to factors like age, gender, hygienic conditions and a number of other factors.

Similarly, a set of symptoms for heart attacks is different in men and women. Let us study these differences in detail.

Differences in the symptoms of heart attack in men and women:

Heart attack is a condition in which the oxygenated blood fails to reach the heart due to a number of factors like clots present in the arteries or blockages that cease all heart functions. Many heart attacks are fatal. Only some of them can be fully cured, with no chances of reoccurring but most of them affect the lives of a lot of people or cause direct death. Heart attacks have become one among the most common conditions or illnesses observed in people.

Recent studies have revealed that some symptoms of heart attacks in men and women are different. It is not a hidden fact that men and women vary from each other physiologically as well as psychologically. Thus, these differences in the making up of men and women affect the overall manner in which these diseases or infections affect us. Accordingly, symptoms vary.

Not only heart attack, many other diseases and infections have a set of different symptoms in men and women. For instance, few sexually transmitted diseases like Chlamydia, have lower abdomen cramps as symptoms in women, whereas the same symptom is absent in men. It is possible for heart attacks to execute the same scenario. You cannot really assume things since symptoms are not the same. You need to have hands – on information about these differences and know them rightly in order to take proper steps at the right time.

It took years for experts and researchers to research about these different symptoms and list them down.

Researchers and experts stated that some uncommon symptoms in men and women exist because of structural and hormonal differences.

Initially, let us discuss about heart attack symptoms common to men and women. Below is a short list of these symptoms:

  • Feeling full in the centre of the chest
  • Pain in the neck and both arms
  • Dizziness
  • Nausea
  • Chills
  • Grey Pallor
  • Sweating
  • Fainting
  • Cold skin
  • Intense pain in the jaws and shoulders

Now, given below is a list of symptoms specific to women:

  • Discomfort in throat
  • Tightness in chest
  • Palpitations
  • Coughing
  • Pain in the middle and upper back area
  • Vomiting
  • Pressing sensation in the chest region

Further below is a list of symptoms specific to men:

  • Discomfort in the right side of the chest
  • Shortness of breath
  • Dull ache in the chest
  • Indigestion