What to Do After Surviving a Heart Attack

What to do after surviving a heart attack the aftermath of a heart attack a heart attack is a life threatening medical condition in which the blood flowing to the heart suddenly stops damage to surrounding tissues occurs immediately surviving a heart attack alternately depends on the severity of the condition as well as how quickly it is treated you’ll […]

Heart Attack vs. Panic Attack

Is it a panic attack or a heart attack? It might start with a racing heart or chest pain. Some people might experience nausea or shortness of breath. Would you know the difference between a panic attack and a heart attack if you or a loved one felt those symptoms? Physically they may feel similar. However, while panic attacks are […]

What are the symptoms of a heart attack?

The classic symptoms of a heart attack would be a pretty sudden onset chest discomfort, usually described as a tightness or a heaviness and not a sharp or stabbing pain. That chest discomfort commonly spreads to the arms, in particular the left arm. It can often spread to the neck, shoulders or jaw. Not all patients experience these classic symptoms, […]

Unusual Heart Attack Symptoms That All Women Should Learn About

When it comes to your health, there are certain symptoms that people experience but do not really think anything of. Some people experience certain signs or symptoms and think that they aren’t a big deal. For example, when nauseous, you would probably just assume you’re hungry or ate something bad, right? You probably wouldn’t associate such a common feeling with […]

Go Red for Women | Heart Attack Symptoms

Welcome to Dr. David Eifrig’s Health and Wealth Bulletin. This is Weekly Update. February is Heart Health Month and the first Friday of the month is “Go Red for Women.” That’s because the focus is on women since they have different symptoms of heart attacks which are often unrecognized and can lead to more damage. In fact, women also suffer […]