What are five warning signs of a heart attack?
Heart attacks commonly present with chest pain or discomfort in the center to left side of the chest, notes the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute. This pain or discomfort typically lasts for several minutes, or it may be recurring. The feeling can mimic heartburn or indigestion, with symptoms that are mild or severe. Victims may experience a sensation of fullness, squeezing or pressure in the chest area.
Sources: healthline.com, nhlbi.nih.gov, heart.org, heart.org