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World Heart Day.. the most prominent symptoms of a heart attack in women


Heart disease kills 18.6 million people globally each year according to the World Heart Federation. Women experience heart disease differently than men experience. While chest pain is a common symptom of heart disease in men, women may show other signs.


According to a report by time now news when it comes to symptoms of heart disease, one often thinks of chest and arm pain and stops there, and on World Heart Day, which is celebrated today, September 29, we review in the following lines how the symptoms of a heart attack in women differ from men .


Is heart disease different in women?


Women experience heart disease differently than men experience the same. Although treatment techniques remain the same, a better understanding of the differences in symptoms and risk factors can help get the right care and timely treatment, and may also help reduce the risk of heart disease. Suffering from severe damage.


Symptoms of heart disease in women

Heart disease is an umbrella term that broadly covers conditions ranging from coronary artery disease to high blood pressure to heart failure The most common cause is a buildup of cholesterol in the arteries known as atherosclerosis that restricts the smooth blood flow to the heart Over time, the heart does not get Enough oxygen and nutrient-rich blood makes it less effective. This condition, known as ischemia, results in chest pain.


Women generally have heart disease symptoms after 10 years compared to men. While chest pain is a common symptom of heart disease in men, women may show other signs.


Pain in the back or arms

nausea

exhaustion

shortness of breath

Dizziness

Unusually fast heartbeat

flickering

Pain in the jaw and neck

severe weakness

cold sweats

shortness of breath

unusual tiredness

Arrhythmia

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