Dr. Larry Weinrauch said, in essence, very little pre-menopausal women who have heart attacks. Except, if they are smoking, diabetes, or taking birth control pills for long period of time. However, he continued, smoking is still the biggest risk factors related to heart attacks in women.
The following are Heart Attack Symptoms will be the emergence of a heart attack in women, as described by Weinrauch:
• Nausea and vomiting that will not stop
• Shortness of breath (but do not sigh) or especially if you wake up at night
• Chest inconveniences which starts from the back of the sternum and radiating to the shoulder or arm, neck, jaw.
• Discomfort in the lower jaw
• Discomfort in the upper back, especially if it occurs only with the power or will not go
• Discomfort in the chest or back that occurs when you eat a lot
• All of a sudden heart beats very fast along with the pulse
• All of a sudden loss of consciousness
• Physical unable to do normal housework
So, who are most at risk of experiencing these symptoms? The point is, the more risk factors you have, the greater your risk of getting heart attacks, such as:
• Stop Menstrual
• Family history of heart disease before age 60 years
• High blood pressure (hypertension)
• High Cholesterol