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Women Heart Attack

Heart attacks and women

It’s a commonly held belief that women and men suffer different symptoms of a heart attack. Although the symptoms differ between individuals but there aren’t any signs that women are more or less frequently than men.

Signs of heart attack women

The symptoms of a heart attack can differ from person to person, but the most commonly observed signs of the heart attack are:

The pain of your chest or the pain in the chest area that appears suddenly and won’t stop. It can be a sensation of tension, tightness or squeeze.

The pain may extend to your right or left arm or could be felt in your jaw, neck, stomach, or back.

It is also possible to experience sweaty, ill-tempered and lightheaded, or even feeling sluggish.

Other less common symptoms include:

Women may be able to lower their chances of having heart attacks?

As women hormonally, you may find that your hormones offer you some protection against CHD in the premenopausal period. After menopausal the risk of developing CHD increases and will continue to increase as you age.

As you age, it becomes more important that you are aware risks that may impact the likelihood for developing CHD. The more risk factors you face the greater your risk. Risk factors include:

Being aware of and addressing risk factors earlier can reduce the chance of having a coronary heart attack later in the near future.

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If you’re a victim of an background of circulatory or heart illness, make sure you inform your physician or nurse. You’re deemed to have an ancestral history of circulatory or heart disease when:

Your father or brother was younger than 55 at the time you were told they had a circulatory or heart disease, or

Your mom or sister was less than 65 at the time they received a diagnosis of circulatory or heart disease.