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Don’t Ignore These 7 Early Warning Signs of Heart Attack


Please do not ignore these seven early signs of heart attack that most people are ignoring them. In case you didn’t know, the heart attack will not come without previous warning.
It will announce itself weeks, days or months before the actual impact happens.
Most people ignore the symptoms because they don’t think that they are very risky. But symptoms that precede a heart attack are very different in women and men. 95% of women who had a heart attack, had early warning symptoms weeks and months before the attack happened.




Pain in the chest or shoulders 

The most common symptom of an unhealthy hears is the angina pectoris. But this kind of chest pain is not the same sharp pain that is happening during the heart attack. This is one serious or deep chest pain that is getting worse with your every breath. This pain is often misdiagnosed with pain in the lower part of the abdomen or heartburn. This pain is happening because the heart has lack of blood and that is because of the plaque and working under pressure. Condition like this can be worsened by exercise or stress.

Gums Problems


If you have inflamed, swollen or bleeding gums, you should visit your dentist. Also, these symptoms can be an early sign of any problems with the heart. Most people are not paying attention to the care of the gums, even if their gums are painful or swollen, they will think that the pain will just go away. Some researches have shown that there is a connection between the bacteria that appears due to gingivitis and plaque and the heart problems occurrence.

Swollen feet


If your feet joints are too swollen, maybe you have problems with the fluid retention in the body, and that can be an early sign of any heart disease. That is happening when the heart does not pump strongly enough and because of that the blood does not purify the toxic elements from the tissues. A condition like this is called edema and often appears in feet, arms, legs and toes.

Irregular heartbeats


Arrhythmia or irregular heartbeat is a condition when your heart beats are too fast or pounding too hard, or even skips a beat.



Wheezing can indicate to some diseases and also can be an early sign of lung disease or heart disease. Symptoms include problems with chest and lungs, problems with catching breath and inability of deep breaths.

Erectile dysfunction


People who have erectile dysfunction are more likely to suffer from some heart problems. The arteries in patients with heart problems, become narrow and restrict blood flow to the genital organs.