How do you know if it's DEFINITELY a heart attack?
Heart attacks aren’t like Hollywood movies depict...
You know that scene when the actor dramatically sinks to the floor while clutching his chest.
According to the American Heart Association, heart attacks are often a little more subtle.
It may start with shortness of breath, fatigue, and dizziness...
Then, conditions can escalate to tightness or pain in your chest.
Different people can experience different levels of pain and discomfort.
This leaves us with one question…
How do you know if you or someone you love is DEFINITELY having a heart attack?
There are 10 primary signs you should look out for:
- Pain, aching, tightness, pressure, or squeezing sensation in the chest (may radiate to the jaw, neck, or back).
- Discomfort or pain in one or both arms.
- Shortness of breath.
- Sudden dizziness.
- Abdominal pain.
- Cold sweats.
The more signs you experience, the greater likelihood that it’s a heart attack…
These symptoms can range from mild to severe and happen suddenly or start gradually.
Keep in mind that women and men can experience these symptoms to different degrees.
Many men experience an intense sensation of pressure or tightness in their chest, and many women experience sudden shortness of breath or pressure on the back.
There may also be early warning signs of a heart attack weeks, days, or hours before one happens. Chest pain or angina triggered by physical activity is a common warning sign.
Remember that heart attacks are serious… You should never wait around if you suspect that you or a loved one are having a heart attack.
Call 911 right away.
Heart disease and heart attacks are the number one cause of death in the U.S.
About 635,000 people will experience a heart attack for the first time this year, and another 300,000 will have a repeat heart attack.
Every heart attack causes damage to the heart muscle. So you must do everything you can to prevent having a heart attack.
This includes eating heart-healthy foods, like leafy green vegetables and whole grains.
You also want to avoid unhealthy fats, like processed oil...
AND increase your intake of healthy fats, like omega-3 fatty acids.
Getting plenty of omega-3 fatty acids is one of the best things you can do to support a healthy heart!
Research shows that omega-3’s help reduce inflammation in your blood vessels. This helps prevent plaque build-up that leads to heart disease and heart attacks.
Omega-3 also helps…
- Reduce blood triglycerides.
- Support healthy blood pressure levels.
- Reduce your risk of developing heart arrhythmias.
- Reduce blood clotting.
- Lower heart failure risk.
Needless to say… omega-3 fatty acids are important to have in your diet.
You can get your omega-3’s by consuming fatty fish, flaxseeds, and walnuts.
The problem is, most people struggle to get enough of these foods in their diet regularly…
And if you’re one of those people, there’s one life-changing alternative…
And it’s NOT fish oil!
You should NEVER take fish oil capsules — they often go rancid and increase inflammation, rather than lower it!
The absolute best source of omega-3’s is krill oil!
Krill oil is…
- More bioavailable.
- Resistant to going rancid.
- Sustainably harvested.
- Free of toxins found in fish oil (like mercury).
- More effective at reducing heart disease risk factors.
If you’re serious about your heart health, listen up…
Our sister company, Bambu Naturals, created a premium krill oil sourced from pristine Antarctic waters.
It’s called Ultra Krill…
This stuff is the real deal…
This is what you get with this top-tier krill oil…
- 500 mg of 100% pure krill oil harvested from pristine Antarctic waters.
- Easy-to-swallow capsule.
- No fishy aftertaste!
- Zero artificial colors, additives, or chemicals.
- Better bioavailability (compared to fish oil).
- No pesticides, herbicides, or antibiotics.
- An incredible source of omega-3’s.
Don’t waste your time with fish oil!
Give your heart the support it needs today with Ultra Krill.
To your health,
President, Clear Health Now