๐Ÿ’“Are You About to Have A Heart Attack? – 30 Day Warning Signs – by Dr Sam Robbins

๐Ÿ’“Are You About to Have A Heart Attack? – 30 Day Warning Signs – by Dr Sam Robbins


For the past few decades, heart disease and
strokes are the #1 leading cause of death around the world. And sadly, this also affects both sides of
my family – heart attacks on my mom’s side and strokes on my dad’s side. Now, there are lots of reasons that may cause
a heart attack or stroke – high cholesterol, blood pressure, blood sugar, hormonal imbalances,
etc., etc. However, the bottom line and common denominator
is always — poor blood flow circulation. However, the good news is that there are about
10 crucial symptoms, that tend to occur within 30 days for having a heart attack or stroke. What’s important is that you pay attention
to your body’s natural “warning signs”, so you can help avoid a heart attack or stroke. Body Weakness About a month before, unusual body weakness
is a key symptom resulting from the lack of blood flow and circulation. Due to the narrowing of arteries, weakened
muscles are a red flag when it comes to anticipating a heart attack in its premature state. Dizziness When there is a lack of blood flow, dizziness
is another symptom that shouldn’t be taken lightly. The lack of proper circulation affects the
blood flow to the brain which can result in uncomfortable dizzy spells. Cold Sweats & Excessive Perspiration Following dizziness, experiencing cold sweats
is another signal that your body may be under duress. Without adequate blood flow, your body may
feel clammy, cold, and generally unwell. Unusual or excessive sweating is an early
warning sign of a heart attack. It might occur at any time of the day or night. Chest Pain & Tightness
If you are experiencing chest pain, or pain in other areas of your body such as arms,
back, and shoulders, you’ll want to seek medical attention as soon as possible. Chest pain and chest tightness are key symptoms
to acknowledge in order to prevent a life threatening heart attack. Cold or Flu Symptoms
Many heart attacks victims have also experienced cold or flu symptoms a month prior to their
illness. This is a good indication of one’s health
that shouldn’t be overlooked. Body Weakness
Along with overall body weakness, constant fatigue is another strong indicator that your
body is undergoing a lack of blood supply. When this is the case, your body experiences
the discomfort of overexertion due to the fact that it is working a lot harder to generate
sufficient blood flow. Shortness of Breath Shortness of breath is another key symptom
to note when predicting a possible heart attack. With every muscle that requires oxygen and
adequate blood flow, your lungs are no different. When your heart is distressed, your lungs
will naturally be affected and typically show signs through a difficulty in breathing. Abdominal Pain or Indigestion Other vital signs include nausea, indigestion,
heartburn or abdominal pain. Again, due to poor blood flow, nutrients aren’t
being absorbed properly, leading to stomach discomfort. Insomnia Insomnia is also associated with an increased
risk of a heart attack or stroke. A decrease in oxygen levels — due to poor
blood flow — may trigger subtle changes that lead to anxiety, insomnia, and agitation
that can’t be explained by normal circumstances. People who’ve had a heart attack often realize
afterwards they began to experience anxiety and sleep problems in the months before the
attack. Changes in Thinking / Remembering We all become forgetful at times, especially
as we get older. However, if you noticed a dramatically worse
memory for some odd reason, it’s most likely due to lack of oxygen to your brain due to
poor circulation. Keep something in mind, I’m sure we all
feel some of these symptoms daily or weekly — insomnia or poor memory or indigestion
or fatigue. However, if you are feeling some these at
a more severe level, continuously for a few days in a row. Listen to your body if you sense something
is wrong and go to the doctor to get it checked out. If you don’t get the answers you’re looking
for, visit another doctor. Because my dad had been paying close attention
the day of his stroke, he made a 95% recovery. However, HAD to been more mindful during the
previous few weeks, we could have prevented the stroke all together. And that’s the key to long-term health – prevention! Because of this, I suggest you take a look
at one of the most powerful anti-aging solution that can help you avoid a heart attack or
stroke. It’s what my own father has been using since
his stroke and what my mom uses to keep her blood flow healthy Just click the link below in the description
area and get all the details and watch the next video. Well, I hope this video gave your more clarity. If you have any questions, please post it
below. Also, please let me know what you learned
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video and “share the health”. Thanks for listening and have a happy and
healthy day!