What Are the Symptoms of a Heart Attack?

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About to reveal the final deadly symptom you should never ignore. The most critically important of them all, this is the price symptom that one of you might be feeling right now and if you are not paying attention you could be dead in a month. Think about that. The number one deadly symptom that you should never ignore is persistence nausea.

Jen please come on up, thank you for joining the show. Persistence nausea is a very common sign in women who're having a heart attack. Now I understand your mum had a heart attack. Yes she did. What happened. She went into a restaurant with my sister they ate, and on the way up, my sister was putting on her coat and she collapsed, right there and then they had to take her to the hospital.

And how it she now. She got through that she went to a hospital and they were able to do a procedure that corrected it. So a lot of times what folks don't realize what these symptoms are, they don't understand where they are going to get them they don't understand what they really feel like, so I want you to help me with something since you probably be people where world experts after your mum had problem, alright, I want you to take these stickers and begin putting them where you think women will have heart attack symptoms.

Good, what here? Good, well enough, perfect. So your chest, you have the right arm, it's okay. Now there are the two of these more, one there, good. What do you think, all in the front? One in the back good, that's about it what do you guys think? Jaw, audience thinks the jaw maybe.

What else do you guys think audience? Left arm they think. I have it there, left. That's the right arm. Last time I looked that was the right side, call me old fashioned, alright. I was thinking my left maybe. Anybody else, neck, anything else, we can go on for a while, can't we? Groin? No, no, come on, so this is actually important.

These are all places including on the back which we shouldn't forget but the shoulders, the neck, the chin, classic in times there's a stitcher a warm feeling across the breast, the next discomfort headaches you do not feel like you got it, your hands which I ran out of stickers for but your hands can get clammy and you get discomfort there, upper back I mentioned, all of these and you get light headed, nausea and persistent nausea up in here, you should go higher, is a classic sign for a lot of people now, how do you figure out if the nausea that you're feeling or these pains are from your heart or some other problem? Come on over here, this is very very important it's called the [xx] so what happens is nerves from the heart go into the spinal column.

You see the spine there? In the spine, it crosses many other nerves. Some nerves are going to the head, some go to the stomach, some go to the head and the chin and the shoulder or elsewhere. When these nerves cross they short circuit, that's an important principle. That's why heart problems can be so slippery, get the statistic and please write this down, shocking information.

95% of women who have had a heart attack say they've had one of symptoms I mentioned over there for up to a month before hand, think about that. We think people don't have symptoms but it's because they weren't aware they were having symptoms. My sister had no idea that my mother had any kind of symptoms when it happened.

If you ask detailed enough questions, you'll realize the key is recognized in those symptoms and that they are right there. We've just explained why all these could be possible so don't write it off saying it's impossible except for the groin you were going for which that won't be possible so I want you to do three things if you're having a heart attack.

Call 911 so you're having a heart attack they'll get there for you. If 911 cannot get there in time, get someone into a car with you and have someone, not yourself, someone drive you to the ER and chew an aspirin and the last thing is you got to lay down, makes sense? Yeah. Getting this help as soon as you can after you feel the symptoms of heart attack will save your life.

Jen thank you very, very much. Thank you. We'll be right back.