6 Common Symptoms Of Heart Attack In Men

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Symptoms of heart attack among men are many. Paying careful heed to the symptoms may help prevent a fatal and sad situation. Heart diseases are considered to be one of the major causes for death among men. However, heart attacks need not always be fatal. At times, they aren't severe enough to slow you down and in such cases, the trick is to take the symptoms seriously. Every individual will have different symptoms of a heart attack. In some people, heart attacks can be pretty sudden. But in others, there can be plenty of warnings.

 

 

Here are some common symptoms of heart attack in men:

1. You're physically exhausted


In case you feel tired than usual, or if it gets difficult for you to perform daily chores, it might signal something serious. Weakness in the left ventricle of the heart can contribute to your feeling tired all the time. If the ventricle stops working, your heart will stop pumping blood to your body, resulting in a heart attack. And in case the ventricle isn't pumping blood as strongly as it is required, you will feel exhausted even after sleeping properly. This is because your heart is unable to send fresh and oxygenated blood to the tissues.

2. You experience cramps in legs and hips while walking

A cramping or burning sensation in your hips and thighs might signal a peripheral artery disease. Under the condition, the arteries narrow down and limit flow of blood in your limbs, stomach and head. Less blood flow is the reason why you feel discomfort in your legs.

3. Your stomach feels sick


Conditions like burping regularly, indigestion and nausea can also signal a problem with your heart, if they happen way too regularly. This is because the nerves in gastrointestinal tract are connected with the nerves in your heart. Hence, a problem in your heart might come off as a discomfort in your stomach.

4. Chest pain


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