What are Heart attack?
Heart attack Nowadays heart attack i.e. heart attack is started even to the young people, but why are heart attacks and its effects, people are still unaware of them. So let us tell you today what causes heart attack and how it affects our body.
What are reason?
A Coronary artery can be narrowed due to the accumulation of cholesterol and many other substances. This condition is called coronary artery disease and most heart attacks are due to this.
During heart attack, plaque (a sticky setting) can burst and cholesterol and many other substances can spread in the bloodstream. Where the plaque (a sticky setting) bursts, there is a blood clot. If this clot is larger then the blood flow may be completely blocked.
On one side of the heart attack, the reason is the rupture of coronary artery due to which blood flow to the heart muscles is blocked. Tobacco and illegal drugs like cocaine can lead to murderous convulsions. may also be due to the rupture of the artery (Spontaneous Coronary Artery Dissociation).
What are symptoms?
1. Coughing tour, breathing heavily
2. Feeling uneasy or dizziness
3. Feeling bad
4. Draining with perspiration
5. Difficulty breathing
6.Good swelling, resembling vomiting
7. Pain and pressure in the thorax and feeling cascade between the heart
8. The other parts of the body such as hand pain (usually affecting the left hand, but both hands can cause pain)
What are Rescue?
Eat yogurt in the food.
To strengthen the guld, add jaggery to the ghee and eat it.
Drink lemon juice in water and drink it daily.
Use guava, pineapple, seasonal, litchi and apples in the fruits.
Eat Arabic and Chawlai in Vegetables.
What are treatment?
A heart attack occurs when blood flow in the heart is blocked. This is due to the effects of fat, cholesterol and other substances in the arteries. You will feel excessive sensation or pain in your chest or arm, nausea, and shortness of breath. If there is a slight symptom in these symptoms, you should go for medical aid immediately. An electrocardiogram (ECG) is done to record the electrical activities of your heart with the blood test. Urgent medicines given during are aspirin, thrombolytics, antipalate agent, morphine and nitroglycerin. Surgery like coronary angioplasty and stenting and coronary artery bypass.