A sign in the mouth that warns you of the risk of a heart attack

Amman Today

publish date 2021-11-20 16:24:20

Jordan News

A heart attack occurs when blood flow through a coronary artery is suddenly cut off, depriving a vital organ of oxygen-rich nutrients.

There are many possible causes for this blockage, but usually a blood clot causes this sudden blockage, and the strongest evidence of heart cell death is severe chest pain.

This chest pain can sometimes be accompanied by sudden weakness, sweating, nausea, vomiting, shortness of breath or dizziness.

An unknown sign of a heart attack could be a sudden taste in the mouth.

The British Heart Foundation explained that a sour taste is usually a sign of indigestion, a condition that has some of the symptoms of myocardial infarction.

She said that “chronic or severe indigestion without belching, heartburn, nausea or a stinging taste in the mouth” is an indication of a heart attack.

Other symptoms include “feeling of panic with a sense of impending doom” and “sweating for no apparent reason”.

Although symptoms are generally the same for men and women, studies have shown that women are more likely to die as a result of an event.

How to avoid a heart attack

Conditions such as high cholesterol and high blood pressure are precursors of a heart attack and can be controlled through diet.

It is very important to avoid saturated fats as this will reduce the chances of clogged arteries due to cholesterol. Other less known risk factors for heart attacks can include stress.

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