The seven symptoms of impending heart attack in women as follows:
- Extreme fatigue
In the days or even weeks before a heart attack, more than 70 percent of women experience debilitating flu-like exhaustion.
Sometimes it can be a crushing pain, but often for women, the pain is more like pressure or achiness — and it’s not always in the heart region. This pain can occur in the breastbone, upper back, shoulders, neck and jaw.
- Profuse sweating
You can be completely drenched or just have your face be pale or ashen.
- Nausea or dizziness
Prior to a heart attack, women often have indigestion or have to throw up. You may also feel as if you’re going to faint.
Panting and the inability to carry on a conversation are heart attack signs.
- Sleep issues
Trouble falling asleep or waking up in the middle of the night can happen in the weeks before a coronary.
If you experience a sense of impending doom or fear, it could be your body warning you.