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A heart attack is a sudden, severe blockage of blood flow to part of the heart muscle. This is caused by a clot that forms in an artery that supplies blood to the heart.

The blocked artery prevents oxygen-rich blood from reaching the heart muscle, which can damage or destroy the muscle tissue.

When blood can't get to the  heart, the  heart muscle doesn't get the oxygen it needs. Without oxygen, its cells can be damaged or die.

The most heart attack happens when the artery that circulate blood and oxygen to the heart is blocked. But the good news is, we got a natural solution to help resole heart attack and related heart problems.

Signs and symptoms of heart attack:

Pain or discomfort in the jaw, neck, back, arm, or shoulder.

Chest pain or discomfort.

Shortness of breath.

 Feeling nauseous.

 Light-headed or unusually tired.

Nausea and vomiting.




What causes a heart attack?

Heart attack is caused when the blood supply to a part of the heart is interrupted. An inaccurate reference to cardiac arrest which can lead to sudden cardiac death.

⦁  High cholesterol

⦁ Excessive fat in the body relating to the heart (high-fat diet).

⦁ High level of cholesterol forming plaques in the heart's arteries.

⦁ Diabetes can also be a common cause.

⦁ Coronary artery disease.

⦁ High blood pressure (hypertension).

⦁ Heavy weight, overweight or obese.

⦁ Smoking can cause as well, etc.

As time goes on, cholesterol and a fatty material called plaque can build up on the walls inside blood vessels that take blood to the heart, called arteries.

This makes it harder for blood to flow freely. Most heart attacks happen when a piece of this plaque breaks off. A blood clot forms around the broken-off plaque, and it blocks the artery.

Men and women can have different symptoms. Men are more likely to break out in a cold sweat and to feel pain move down their left arm.

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