Women's heart attack symptoms differ from men's

Times of India February 12, 2024, 06:00 AM UTC

Summary: A Mayo Clinic study highlights that women's heart attack symptoms differ from men's, often being misinterpreted. Common symptoms include sweating, nausea, dizziness, and unusual fatigue, occurring more frequently at rest or during sleep. Women may experience vague symptoms such as shortness of breath, back or jaw pain, lightheadedness, and pain in the lower chest or upper abdomen. Understanding these unique symptoms is crucial for women to reduce their risk of heart disease.

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