In this blog, we want to let you know 10 signs & symptoms of heart attack which are early warning signs and what are the symptoms of a weak heart muscle. And how to make heart stronger.
Signs & Symptoms of heart attack – Early Warning Signs
The type and severity of heart attack symptoms vary from person to person, and by gender. The following symptoms are common, but it is important to understand that the more of the symptoms you have concurrently, the greater the possibility is that you are having a heart attack. (4)Talk to your doctor as soon as possible if you experience chest pains.
- Pressure, tightness, pain, aching or squeezing sensation in the chest that may radiate to the neck, jaw or back
- Abdominal pain
- Shortness of Breath
- Cold sweats
- Sudden dizziness
What are the symptoms of a weak heart muscle?
1. general weakness and fatigue.
2. shortness of breath, particularly during exertion or exercise.
3. lightheadedness and dizziness.
4. chest pain.
5. heart palpitations.
6. fainting attacks.
7. high blood pressure.
8. edema, or swelling, of your feet, ankles, and legs.
Can a damaged heart muscle repair itself?
Until recently, it was believed that the human heart didn’t have this capacity. But new research indicates that the heart does, indeed, have ability to make new muscle and possibly repair itself. The rate of regeneration is so slow.
How can I make my heart stronger?
Doctors prescribe medicine that aims to improve how well your heart pumps, and other medicine to dilate blood vessels. Beta-blockers lower the heart rate, while ACE inhibitors reduce the amount of hormones in your body that can damage the heart. These medications, while often quite necessary, tend to cause dizziness, tiredness, changes in kidney function, swelling, nausea and appetite and digestive problems.
Users of beta blockers, like Metoprolol, have claimed to have experienced huge weight gain, sleep disturbances, depression, extreme dizziness, chest pressure and burning arms. Other patients described getting abdominal cramps, tinnitus and acid reflux. So, to the extent that it’s possible, it’s always good to seek out natural remedies and lifestyle changes to either replace or complement these medicines. Many people are able to prevent CHD and recover from it naturally by maintaining a healthy lifestyle: changing their diet, stopping smoking, getting good sleep and adding in supplements.
In the next blog, we will give some amazing natural diet advice to keep your heart healthy.