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What is a Heart Attack?



Cardiac arrest is one of the leading causes of death and it's important to know the warning signs to save your life or that of a loved one.

Cardiac arrest occurs when the heart stops beating. It can be caused by many different factors one of which is long term heart disease.

Here are some signs of cardiac arrest to look out for.

While there are rare instances of cardiac troubles for no obvious reason, in most cases there are heart problems that are already known before it happens.

People who have gone through one heart attack already and/or experience risk indicators like high blood pressure or existing heart disease are much more likely to have a cardiac arrest.

People who have a lengthy history of heart related ailments should take proper precautions like medication, medical monitoring, and lifestyle changes to lower their risks.

You can lower your risks of cardiac arrest greatly by making lifestyle changes and taking medications.

Those at highest risk of cardiac arrest are those who smoke, drink heavily or are seriously overweight.

Some who suffer with cardiac arrest will have warning signs or even be told by their doctor that blood pressure or cholesterol is too high and may happen without notice.

Since this is the case it's important that you eat a healthy diet, watch your weight, quit smoking and avoid alcohol.

Normally cardiac arrest is fatal so don't wait until you have warning signs as it may be too late.

Cardiac arrest is a sudden, often fatal, condition where the heart stops, but in most cases there are signs that can predict the likelihood of this happening.

You probably won't see symptoms first which is why seeing a doctor regularly is so important. One of the main risk factors of cardiac arrest is coronary artery disease (CAD) which often is not diagnosed in time.

High cholesterol is a condition that is often diagnosed prior to coronary artery disease because it's a major symptom.

There are things you can do to reduce your chances of cardiac arrest if you are diagnosed with coronary artery disease.

Coronary artery disease is a major factor for cardiac arrest even though most people don't even know they have it.

Despite recent medical advances, cardiac arrest remains a potentially lethal threat.

While there are sometimes signs that can be observed, and there are risk factors that make it more likely, in some cases someone simply becomes unconscious with no warning signs or symptoms.

A heart that is no longer beating is the one sure sign of cardiac arrest - this is why stimulation, to get the heart beating again, is needed immediately in these situations.

Rest assured that the signs and symptoms above may be able to help you predict when cardiac arrest might happen or it might not. Cardiac arrest is one of the leading causes of death and it's important to know the warning signs to save your life or that of a loved one.

Cardiac arrest, when the heart stops beating, can be caused by many different factors one of which is long term heart disease.

Here are some signs of cardiac arrest to look out for.

While there are rare instances of cardiac troubles for no obvious reason, in most cases there are heart problems that are already known before it happens.

People who have gone through one heart attack already and/or experience risk indicators like high blood pressure or existing heart disease are much more likely to have a cardiac arrest.

People who have a lengthy history of heart related ailments should take proper precautions like medication, medical monitoring, and lifestyle changes to lower their risks.

You can lower your risks of cardiac arrest greatly by making lifestyle changes and taking medications.

Those at highest risk of cardiac arrest are those who smoke, drink heavily or are seriously overweight.

Some who suffer with cardiac arrest will have warning signs or even be told by their doctor that blood pressure or cholesterol is too high and may happen without notice.

Since this is the case it's important that you eat a healthy diet, watch your weight, quit smoking and avoid alcohol.

Normally cardiac arrest is fatal so don't wait until you have warning signs as it may be too late.

Cardiac arrest is a sudden, often fatal, condition where the heart stops, but in most cases there are signs that can predict the likelihood of this happening.

You probably won't see symptoms first which is why seeing a doctor regularly is so important. One of the main risk factors of cardiac arrest is coronary artery disease (CAD) which often is not diagnosed in time.

High cholesterol is a condition that is often diagnosed prior to coronary artery disease because it's a major symptom.

There are things you can do to reduce your chances of cardiac arrest if you are diagnosed with coronary artery disease.

Coronary artery disease is a major factor for cardiac arrest even though most people don't even know they have it.

Despite recent medical advances, cardiac arrest remains a potentially lethal threat.

While there are sometimes signs that can be observed, and there are risk factors that make it more likely, in some cases someone simply becomes unconscious with no warning signs or symptoms.

A heart that is no longer beating is the one sure sign of cardiac arrest - this is why stimulation, to get the heart beating again, is needed immediately in these situations.

Rest assured that the signs and symptoms above may be able to help you predict when cardiac arrest might happen or it might not.

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