Most people are using these 3 terms interchangeably ,, Äúheart attack, AU ,, Äúcardiac arrest, AU and Äústroke. So That, AOS a mistake, because although they are all connected to the heart, which have different reasons to appear, as well as different symptoms and effects on the body.
Being able to distinguish these terms can be vital in seeking appropriate treatment, as well as helping someone with one of these conditions .
Read our post to understand what each of these terms mean, what they are its symptoms and how to react adequately to face with them.
The Each of these conditions is
It, AOS circulation disorder.
When the flow of oxygen-rich blood is blocked to a certain part of the heart muscle, if not restored causes muscle die and resulting heart attack.
If a person has a heart attack, his / her heart is still beating.
It, AOS one Äúelectrical disorder, AU.
If your heart electrical activity, AOS suffers chaos, it Äôll result with irregular heartbeats, and immediately stop pumping blood throughout the body. This condition is a cardiac arrest.
In this condition the heart, heartbeat stops completely.
It, AOS a brain disorder
There are three types of stroke :.
- Ischemic stroke: that appears when there, AOS a blockage of the artery that carries oxygen-rich blood to the brain
- ischemic attack transient (AIT): it, AOS calls, Äúmini-stroke, AU and occurs when the artery that carries blood to the brain temporarily stops the transport of blood
- stroke. hemorrhagic: ¬ † appears in the rupture of an artery in the brain
the symptoms of heart attack:
These are the symptoms of heart attack that may occur from the beginning and for several days.
- Chest pain (angina pectoris): Often characterized as heaviness in the center of the chest, and confused with indigestion. It can appear and disappear in a matter of minutes.
- Body aches :. Pain in the neck, abdomen, back, jaw, arms, especially the left one
- A shortness of breath and wheezing
- dizziness and lightheadedness feeling
- anxiety Grown
you can, AOT treat these symptoms with home remedies or medications, since they are connected with the heart, and not the digestive system or some other system.
Symptoms Cardiac Arrest:
In some cases, several minutes before a person experiences cardiac arrest, s / he may feel symptoms similar to those of an attack heart
- chest pain
- a breathlessness
- Far palpitations
But in most cases of cardiac arrest, the person will experience:
- the loss of breathing
- the lack of responsiveness
- the sudden collapse
- loss pulse
These symptoms appear suddenly and are often resulting in instant death .
People who have suffered a heart attack have a higher risk of cardiac arrest.
Symptoms of Attack:
- Mental confusion, such as forgetting names, places, and inability to follow a conversation
- speech Disrupted
- numbness of paralysis of the face, arm or leg, especially on one side
- inability Walking, accompanied by dizziness
- blurred vision, double vision and
- headaches and vomiting
- The sweating excessive
- transient ischemic attack (TIA)