Heart disease is the number one killer of both men and women in America—with approximately 460,000 related deaths due to a sudden and unforeseen heart attack. Of those who die, almost half suffer an attack so suddenly that they don’t have time to call an ambulance or get to a hospital in time.
Luckily, there are several warning signs that can indicate an impending heart attack. Here are ten early warning signs that can help you save a life…
Leading up to a heart attack, many patients notice perfuse, cold sweating without any exertion or apparent reason. Your clothes and skin may become soaked in cold sweat, and your face may turn pale or white as a sheet.
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