A heart attack isn’t always recognizable. In women the symptoms may be subtle, less than obvious or there is none at all. In men the symptoms may be chest pain or arm pain as the most recognizable or well known addressed.
Heart trouble can be harder to detect when the body’s warning system goes into effect if there is an existing problem in typical systematic areas.
A healed broken bone injury to the left arm can hurt when the barometric pressure changes, it rains or becomes cold. The joint can become arthritic. Weather patterns spurring change along with ongoing arthritis in the left arm can be painful enough to cause the misreading of a heart attack if one occurs.
If your left arm always had pain in it how would you be able to tell if you were experiencing a heart attack if that were your only symptom?
Surgery, an old injury, arthritis or weather inflicted arthritis can make it difficult for a person experiencing a heart attack. The person may never know they are having one or had previously had one until another one occurs.
Injuries and arthritis on the left side of the body can escalate the degree of difficulty since symptoms of heart attack may be common or further expressed on this side usually in men. It can escalate the degree of difficulty because the left side is common among indication when the right can be effected in symptom expression just as easily. Old injuries and arthritis of the right side can disguise a heart attack to.
If there is usually pain in common areas linked to heart attack from an old injury or arthritis it is possible to watch out for other indications that something is wrong. For instance, fluctuations in the body’s temperature such as the sweats, becoming heated and shivering, becoming cold, rapid-racing heartbeat and dizziness.
Knowing the cycles of pain, where, what and why high risk parts of your body hurts isn’t full proof of knowing when something as deadly as a heart attack is underway. If something naturally hurts often it can be hard to tell when something uncharacteristic is taking place.
Getting checked for heart disease by a professional if heart disease runs in the family or even if it doesn’t it’s good to know the condition of your heart, its valves and its arteries and veins. It’s beneficial to keep regular tabs on your hearts condition with regular checkups.