First Aid In Heart Attack

Lack of exercise, eating instant foods, lack of rest and stress is a factor that is often experienced by busy people. And anyone would know, living an unhealthy lifestyle will have a negative impact on health, one of which is heart disease. Heart attack is still ranked first deathly disease in the world.

CAUSE

Heart disease caused by narrowing of blood vessels due to cholesterol or a pile of other proteins derived from food intake in our body. This buildup causes the coronary arteries become stiff. Rigidity is referred to as atherosclerosis. Atherosclerosis occurs when a buildup of plaque or fatty deposits occur in arterial walls, thereby narrowing the arteries and impede blood flow to the heart. Coronary artery disease (CAD) is that basically leads to most heart disease.

Blockage of one or more of the coroner artery can cause a heart attack suddenly. The reason for the heart to ask exceeds the available oxygen causing a heart attack. Why? If the heart muscle does not receive oxygen for a long time, the surrounding organ can be damaged. Unlike other organ, the heart muscle does not regenerate. The longer a heart attack strikes, the more the network to be broken so that the cause of death.

SYMPTOMS

Many people do not realize that he had a heart attack, because it was sudden. Chest pain is often underestimated by some people. Chest pain is one symptom of heart disease. Some to watch out for physical complaints as a symptom of heart disease is chest pain, heart palpitations, fatigue, shortness of breath, there is a history of frequent fainting, shortness when sleeping on your back, some organs of the body was blue and swollen stomach and legs.

ACTION

Do not panic! That’s the main thing to remember someone when dealing with heart attacks. Try to cough and hold with a vengeance. Every time before the cough, pull a deep breath, then cough with strong power, deep and long, like going out phlegm in the chest. Every interval of two seconds long deep breath and then coughed again. Keep going until help arrived or your pulse normal.

The aim is to enter deep breath oxygen into the lungs. While the goal is to suppress cough heart so that blood flow returned to normal.