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Cardiac arrest is a life-threatening medical disorder that occurs when the electrical function of the heart is disrupted. A cardiac arrest occurs when a person loses consciousness and his or her heart stops beating. It’s a highly deadly disorder that usually strikes without warning and has little to no symptoms aside from the victim losing consciousness. In this article in EKO HOT BLOG, we would be looking at 5 signs of Cardiac arrest you must look out for.
- Do not take chest pain or discomfort for granted if there is no obvious cause. The reason for this is that when a person’s heart is having problems, chest pain or discomfort typically suffices.
Shortness of breath that isn’t caused by anything obvious should also not be ignored. This should be addressed carefully, especially if the person has a history of heart problems.
Weakness – this is yet another sign that should not be overlooked. If you start to feel weaker than usual, you should seek medical attention because this could be an indication of cardiac arrest.
Lightheadedness or dizziness that strikes unexpectedly should not be ignored. If you suddenly become dizzy and have the aforementioned symptoms, something is wrong with your heart or you’re about to have a cardiac arrest.
A heartbeat that is faster than normal could be a sign of impending cardiac arrest.
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If you notice these symptoms, consult a doctor right once since, if caught early enough, you may avoid life-threatening complications.
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