How to Survive Heart Attack When Alone

As it takes less than 10 seconds before you lose consciousness, knowing how to react rapidly is of vast importance. Many people are alone when struck by

Many people are alone when struck by the heart attack which means that everyone has to be familiar with some things he can do to save himself.

Take a look at some of the most common symptoms and the tips which can help you survive in the event while alone.

Symptoms:

Chest pain is the main symptom of a heart attack. Men are more likely to experience this symptom in comparison to women. Other symptoms are the following:

  • Vomiting
  • Sweating
  • Shortness of breath
  • Extreme weakness
  • Nausea
  • A fast heartbeat
  • Dizziness

Measures You Can Take

  • Call 911 Right Away

Seek an ambulance for the safest and quickest transportation to the hospital.

  • Pull Over in Case You are Driving

Even if the hospital happens to be nearby, pull over! You can lose consciousness very quickly.

  • Take an Aspirin

Chewing down on an aspirin can slow down the heart attack and help you get more time before the doctor reaches you.

  • Cool Your Body Temperature

Place a cool cloth under the armpits or wrists to speed up the cooling process.

  • Relax

Calm down and relax your body as much as possible as any physical activity can speed up the progress of the attack.

Even though there is not any guarantee that these tips can stop the heart attack, they can help you buy some time to get to a hospital.

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