Not only obvious chest pain, but also painless and practically imperceptible symptoms may indicate an approaching heart attack, British cardiologists said.
“Two out of three people have symptoms such as shortness of breath and fatigue in the days or even weeks before a heart attack,” – quotes the words of doctors October 16 edition Express.
Other lesser known signs of an impending heart attack are sweating, dizziness, vomiting, nausea, and headache.
However, diabetics may not have obvious symptoms at all. Also, otherwise, a heart attack can manifest itself in women. Cardiologists advise paying attention to the color of the tongue – if it becomes bright red with a yellow coating, this may be a sign of an impending heart attack.
Experts urged to pay attention to these symptoms, noting that early detection of a dangerous ailment will increase the chances of survival.
In September, doctors told how to recognize the first and most subtle signs of a stroke. According to them, in addition to such well-known symptoms as facial asymmetry, speech disorder and imbalance, attention should be paid to high blood pressure and numbness.