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Silent Heart Attack Risk: Know symptoms, causes, prevention, singer KK also died due to this disease!

By Ruchi Upadhyay 
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Lucknow: Heart attack is usually caused by a changed lifestyle and eating habits. As a result, 3 out of 4 people in the country have heart problems. Several reports have claimed that singer KK has also died of a heart attack. Everyone is saddened by his departure and salutes him. It is important to note that most people also have a silent attack, but they do not know it. If the heart muscle is not working at the right time, it can be a big problem. So let’s find out what kind of signs our body is giving before a heart attack, which you should never ignore.

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Symptoms:
Many lives can be saved if the early symptoms of a heart attack are detected early. Early symptoms include instability, abnormalities in the chest, heaviness in the chest, chest pain, sweating, Severe weakness, anxiety, fatigue, or shortness of breath and difficulty breathing. In addition, many people have acidosis, which some people think is a gas problem. Let me tell you – it is a symptom of a heart attack. This is also called a Silent Heart Attack.

According to the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), pre-existing heart attacks include weakness, lightheadedness, neck and back pain, or pain. This means that if you see any of these symptoms, it should not be taken lightly. A doctor should be consulted immediately.

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Heart Attack Causes:
Your heart muscle needs a constant supply of oxygen-rich blood. Your coronary arteries give your heart this critical blood supply. If you have coronary artery disease, those arteries become narrow, and blood can’t flow as well as it should. When your blood supply is blocked, you have a heart attack.

Fat, calcium, proteins, and inflammatory cells build up in your arteries to form plaques. These plaque deposits are hard on the outside and soft and mushy on the inside.

When the plaque is hard, the outer shell cracks. This is called a rupture. Platelets (disc-shaped things in your blood that help it clot) come to the area, and blood clots form around the plaque. If a blood clot blocks your artery, your heart muscle becomes starved for oxygen. The muscle cells soon die, causing permanent damage.

Heart attack prevention:
Making lifestyle changes is the most effective way to prevent having a heart attack. There are 3 main steps you can take to help prevent a heart attack by taking a healthy diet, balanced diet and do not smoke at all. Get your high blood cholesterol and high blood pressure under control by losing weight, taking medication, or doing a combination of these things. So check out some of the lifestyle changes that will help in prevention of heart attack risk-

– Stop smoking
-Choose good diet
-High blood cholesterol
-Lower high blood pressure
-Be physically active every day
-Manage diabetes
-Reduce stress
-Drink plenty of waters

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What to do in case of heart attack?
If you also feel that you are having trouble breathing or that oxygen is not reaching the heart, then you should go to the doctor immediately, otherwise you may die, because this is the only way to avoid a heart attack in a serious condition. Do you know that when the amount of bad cholesterol in the body increases, then heart attack comes. In such a situation, you should include green vegetables and fruits in your diet, which will help you to avoid it. It is believed that even if you do not exercise, the risk of heart attack is high. So make it a habit to exercise daily.

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