If you have an irregular, too speedy heartbeat, watch out! A rapid pulse can be the symptom of heart attack. You may either have an attack very soon or be already in trouble. Usually, this trouble appears out of nowhere, and it’s hard to predict. That is why this problem is so dangerous and inevitable. To minimize the consequences, contact the doctor on time.
Limited breath can turn into serious suffocation in the middle of the night (most often). One of the spread issues with heart is known as a myocardial infarction. When this problem occurs, the patient also feels a limiting/suffocating effect. The target area if torsos. The breathlessness happens before the attacks. This sensation may anchor in the neck or face. It feels like the high tension is limiting the fields where muscles are. A symptom which lasts for second is not pointing to the potential heart attack.
Intensified sweating may be another symptom of the potential or ongoing heart attack. But it’s not the type of sweating you experience when it is too hot outside, or you have the flu/cold; it is rather a profuse, chilly sweating. It has no specific causes. The face of the patient becomes very pale at such moments. The human sympathetic nervous system may stimulate in response to the suffering or minimized blood pressure.