In this running world, nobody has time to look after themselves. In the race of life, everyone is participating to win and make their livelihood perfect. But they forget that life is so precious and they don’t even bother to care about their lives. They continuously keep going with taking a lot of stress and exertion therefore they become weak. Yet they do not understand that they should take care of their health.
Firstly people should not ignore any sort of difficulty if they feel so and don’t wait for it to become a serious problem.

If you are experiencing any of these heart attack warning signs then immediately consult a doctor at your nearby hospital. Let’s have a look at some of the warning signs.
Chest pain: In this warning sign, if you feel uncomfortable pressure, squeezing, fullness, or pain then there could be a chance of a heart attack.
Shortness of breath: In this warning sign, the blood cannot pump enough blood to meet the body’s needs and this difficulty can occur with or without chest discomfort.
Discomfort in the upper body: In this warning sign, you can feel pain in your one or both arms, the back, neck, or stomach.

There could be some other signs also which include breaking out in a cool sweat, heartburn, nausea, and other possible signs.

A heart attack is also known as a myocardial infarction. When the supply of blood, nutrients, and oxygen can not reach the heart or is blocked then there will be heart attacks. The blockage of the blood flow can damage or destroy the part of the heart muscles. So, the patient should not take so much time to consult a doctor. Not all people have the same symptoms, sometimes people experience mild pain to severe pain. There could be a chance to have no symptoms and for others, there will be the first sign may be sudden cardiac arrest. Some heart attacks occur suddenly but in advance, many people have symptoms and warning signs in hours, days, and weeks.

Author's Bio: 

Dr. Sankalp Sharma is a senior cardiologist who runs his own clinic under the name of SANKALP HEART CARE at sector 82 Mohali in collaboration with Bhor Diagnostic Center. He is also working at Shalby Hospital Mohali where he attends OPD patients and does cardiac interventional procedures. He has extensive experience and knowledge in clinical and Interventional Cardiology. He has immense expertise in Coronary as well as peripheral angioplasties like arm and leg arteries, kidney and neck vessel Angioplasties. He is also an expert in managing electrical disturbances of the heart e.g. atrial or ventricular arrhythmias or heart blocks. He has treated hundreds of patients with heart failure with medical therapy. He has done multiple Pacemaker Implantations and Implantable Cardiac Defibrillators. Dr. Sharma completed his MBBS with the certificate of honor from Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences in 2007. He is a diplomat of the national board in general medicine from new Delhi. Having such vast experience Dr. Sankalp Sharma served at Maharaja Agrasen Hospital, New Delhi for a few years. He has done super specialization in Cardiology from the esteemed institute of Cardiology at Fortis Hospital Mohali and continued with his training in advanced Interventional Cardiology. He then joined Civil Hospital Panchkula followed by Paras Hospital Panchkula Presently, he is working as a senior consultant Cardiologist with Shalby Hospital Mohali.