Another symptom that points to heart problems and hair loss. Most often affects men over the age of 50, but women are also at risk.
Increased cortisol levels are the most common cause of hair loss, and in particular you should be careful if hair falls from the top of your head.
Arrhythmia or irregular heart rhythm is often accompanied by a panic attack or an anxiety attack. It is more common in women, and that's sudden. Also, tachycardia can occur, that is to say, to accelerating the heartbeat.
The heart can work faster and when you are physically active, especially if you suffer from atherosclerosis. An alarming tachycardia is considered to be an accelerated heartbeat that lasts more than a minute or two. If it lasts longer, you may feel dizzy and you should immediately call for help.
Extreme sweating is the first sign of infarction. It happens at any time, and women often attribute this symptom to menopause.
Sweating is usually intensified at night and is so intense that you can wake up in wet bedding.
This symptom occurs in both men and women and should not be ignored because it may indicate a heart attack.
Pain can occur in both hands, and especially in the left, lower jaw, neck, shoulders, and even the abdomen, and may be like a short stabbing, or last longer.
Pain in the upper back
Pain in the upper back when pointing to a heart attack is described as a pain that occurs between the shoulders.
Now, when you know which symptoms warn of infarction, you should know what are the risk factors. Smoking, lack of physical activity and obesity are the most common risk factors, but there are others that people usually ignore.
For example, the growth of the hairs in the ear canal, the mild pain in the leaves during walking, the yellow spots in the inner corner of the eye and the "lowering" of the ear can also indicate a heart attack.
If you notice any of these symptoms, you should immediately go to a doctor and check what is being done or to call an ambulance, depending on the symptom.
You must worry about your health and avoid risk factors: do not smoke and avoid being smoked, eat healthy, exercise, periodically check the cholesterol level and reduce stress exposure.