Having a heart attack can be the most frightening thing for you, your family, or close friends who may have gone through with it. Many people survive heart attacks and live an active life. This is possible if you get immediate medical attention, treatment can limit damage to your heart and its surrounding muscles. The lesser the heart damage, the more your chances of improvement and you expect a better quality of life after a heart attack. Continue Reading
Signs of heart problems are enough to create panic among many. In the U.S. alone, heart diseases are responsible for deaths of approximately 40% of the U.S population. However, many still fail to recognize the symptoms of heart problems. This is because most of the symptoms of heart problems aren’t as dramatic as the movies portray. Also, people often confuse serious heart symptoms for heartburn, muscle soreness, or other non-cardiac causes.