A heart attack doesn’t mean you’re suffering from excruciating chest pain, one that compels you to fall to the floor. A lot of the time, more subtle symptoms appear. Here’s the kind of sweat you need to be aware of.
The Mayo Clinic details the most common signs and symptoms of a heart attack but, first, what is a heart attack?
What’s a heart attack?
A heart attack occurs when the heart muscle is starved of oxygen. This can happen when blood flow to the heart is interrupted.
The usual cause of a heart attack is coronary heart disease, whereby fatty material deposits build up on the artery walls.