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January 01, 2011

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I think the first thing an individual could do to minimize their self from gripping their chest and falling into ground is to avoid panic attack. They must always think their safety for them not to aggravate the problem during attack episode.


wow!!! This was really surprising. I think that also will get a little bit hypochondriac for a while. But is really good to know this.

Yes, real experience is very different from reel experience. I think how painful and dreadful is heart attack can be understood only by persons who experienced it.

I personally have never experienced a Heart Attack but, I have heard that the feeling is very discomforting, you feel a tight ache, pressure, fullness or squeezing in the center of your chest lasting more than a few minutes.

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This is a very helpful post. Most of us don't even go to are regular doctor visit anymore.

Thank you for sharing this information about the signs of heart attacks. Your comments were helpful and very informative.

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