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Symptoms That May Be Noticed Before Sudden Cardiac Arrest

A cardiac arrest occurs when the heart's electrical activity abruptly ceases. Heart disease and other medical issues, such as excessive blood pressure, are just two of the many potential causes of cardiac arrest.

There are times, however, when the signs of a cardiac arrest are so obvious that the likelihood of death can be dramatically decreased. In light of a Mayo Clinic publication, we will examine some of the signs that may be present before a cardiac arrest occurs in this article. Relax and take in this article while you get some valuable knowledge.

Is there anything you can do to prevent a cardiac arrest?

1. According to healthline a feeling of tightness or pain in the chest that prevents normal breathing. It's imperative that you get to the hospital immediately if this starts happening to you, especially if you're an elderly person.

Two more symptoms of cardiac arrest include unexpected weakness and trouble performing daily activities. Cardiac arrest occurs when the heart suddenly stops its electrical function, therefore being aware of signs of weakening is especially important for those with a history of heart disease.

thirdly, a heart that beats rapidly or poundingly. Another warning indication of a possible heart arrest is this. Being checked out quickly is the best thing you can do for yourself if you suddenly get these symptoms, including a very rapid heart rate.

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