A heart attack can be very dangerous to the health. It is the stop of the flow of blood to the heart. The complications that arise from a heart attack are better avoided than experienced. In the successive lines, we shall discuss the symptoms of an impending heart attack.
What Is a Heart Attack?
Heart attacks are common in the world. In the U.S. statistics, there’s one heart attack for every 40 seconds.  During the period of the stop of flow of blood to the heart, the heart’s muscle weaken/die. The longer the attack continues, the more damage would be done to the heart. A heart attack is caused by the build-up of plaques in the arteries,  as well as blood clots  from a torn heart vessels. A number of things can cause the build-up of plaques. High cholesterol level, high blood pressure, and cigarette smoking can increase the build-up of plaques.