The heart is one of the largest muscles in the body. It is the motor that circulates the blood throughout the blood vessels in the body. The coronary blood vessels keeps the heart nourished, helping it to pump blood. Any disease or blockage of the coronary arteries can deprive the muscle tissue oxygen-carrying blood. This muscle tissue that forms the wall of the heart is called the myocardium. When the shortage of oxygen gets so bad that many cells die, it’s called infarction. The medical name for a heart attack is an acute myocardial infarction (MI).
SYMPTOMS OF HEART ATTACK
Did you know that most heart attack victims feel some symptoms in the days leading up to the attack?
Knowing the warning signal of heart attack is critical for prompt recognition and treatment. Heart attack symptoms vary person to person. Also, there are chances that a person who has had a previous heart attack may have different symptoms in a subsequent heart attack. Although chest pain or pressure is the most common symptom of a heart attack, below is a list of other common symptoms of a heart attack:
- Discomfort, pain or squeezing sensation in the chest
- Jaw pain
- Shortness of breath
- Toothache headache
- Feeling of indigestion
- Back pain
- Sharp pain or heaviness in abdomen area or stomach
- General feeling of illness
- Fatigue with or without fainting
MAJOR RISKS FACTORS FOR A HEART ATTACK
- Lack of exercise
- High blood pressure
- Sedentary lifestyle
- Old age
- Sodium-rich diet
- Genetic predisposition
HOMEOPATHIC REMEDIES & HOMEOPATHY TREATMENT FOR HEART ATTACK
The following are few of the more common remedies used for heart attacks:
- Nux Vomica
- Cactus grandiflorus
- Latrodectus mactans
- Carbo vegetabilis
- Rhus toxicodendron
- Baryta carbonica
This list is by no means complete. It is important to consult a qualified homeopathic practitioner before consuming any medicine. The goal of homeopathy is to lover the chances and also to prevent a heart attack. Share this information with a loved one or friend and spread awareness.
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