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What happens to your body During Heart Attack?

What happens to your body During Heart Attack?

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What happens to your body During Heart Attack?

A Heart attack is also known as myocardial infarction. Coronary arteries supply oxygenated blood to the heart.

In myocardial infarction or in Heart attack blood Supply to heart decreases.

Risk Factors include High blood pressure, High Cholesterol, obesity, Diabetes type 2, Alcoholism, and lack of Exercise in Daily routine.

Signs & Symptoms- Most common symptom is Chest Pain (Angina), Shortness of breath (Dyspnoea), Discomfort in Jaw, neck, Nausea, Sweating, Dizziness.

Main cause of heart attack is Blockage in Coronary artery due to Plaque, it is also known as Atherosclerosis.

Let us Find out causes of Heart Attack

  • There are 2 types of Cholesterol Present in Human Body. HDL & LDL.

  • LDL-it is also known Low-Density Lipoprotein or Bad Cholesterol. It blocks coronary arteries by producing Plaque.

  • Saturated fats & Trans fat also clogged arteries.

  • Diabetes Type 2 -High Glucose level can cause damage arteries.

  • Smoking- can increase chances of a Heart attack 2 times than Non-smoker.

  • Stress.

  • Family History.

What Happens to Heart and other organs during Heart Attack

As every other organ heart also need oxygen Supply which can lead ischemia (Restriction of blood supply to tissue) which causes scarring on Heart tissues.

  • Diarrhoea
  • Abnormal Heartbeat
  • Digestion Problems like diarrhoea due to medication pills
  • Arm pain, fatigue, blurred vision & cough

Some people take beta blockers as their medicines, beta blockers are Diuretic which makes patient dehydrate.

How to Prevent Heart Attack & Prevent Further Damage

  • Lifestyle Changes in cardiovascular Diseases can prevent chances of Heart attack in the future. Lifestyle Changes include Avoid Junk food, Stop smoking & Alcohol

  • Include high fiber diet for example Fruits, Green Vegetables, Grains, green vegetables, and fruits have soluble fibers which increase excretion of fecal bile & removal of cholesterol

  • To avoid stress & mind relaxation use Essential oils to stress level down. use of Essential oil in diffuser while doing yoga or Meditation

  • Always track your blood pressure, Blood Sugar, cholesterol & Weight

  • Garlic intake in Diet reduces LDL  cholesterol from the blood

  • Nuts are a good source of  Vitamin E. Vitamin E is an antioxidant which helps to decrease cholesterol

  • Fish & Fish oils are rich Source of Vitamin E & n-3 fatty acids which decrease triglycerides from the blood

If you find any of these Symptoms visit your Doctor.

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