A heart attack can happen when there is a lack of blood to the heart, usually caused by a blood clot.
The NHS lists the four symptoms to look out for – chest pain, shortness of breath, feeling weak and/or lightheaded, and an overwhelming feeling of anxiety.
Not everyone experiences severe chest pain, but if it happens, the chest can feel like it’s being pressed or squeezed by a heavy object, and pain can radiate from the chest to the jaw, neck, arms and back.
The leading cause of a heart attack is coronary heart disease, a conditio…
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