How to safe our heart during heartattack?

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Heart attack: Due to changing lifestyle and wrong eating, the risk of heart diseases is increasing from elders to youngsters. Due to this, nowadays people get heart attack at an early age. Patients with diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol and thyroid are at the highest risk of heart attack.
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If a person suddenly has a heart attack, then no one knows what to do. If symptoms of heart attack are not treated immediately, then the patient's life can also be lost. In such a situation, today we will tell you what you should do if a person has a sudden heart attack, which saves the patient's life.
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symptoms of heart attack Initial vomiting Severe chest pain dizziness Hands and fingers Shoulders, neck and back pain Restless mind and restlessness breathing problem Excessive sweating Feeling of weakness Stress and nervousness
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Sometimes these symptoms are not seen in diabetic patients. In such patients, Silent heart attack occurs without any symptoms or pain. Do a heart attack
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1. When a heart attack occurs, first of all, open the patient's tight clothes and lie them on flat places. Lying the patient by raising the patient's head downwards, raising the legs slightly upwards. This will supply the blood of the feet to the heart. 
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2. If the patient is vomiting, then open his mouth by turning it aside so that he does not succumb.
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3. Check the patient's pulse and breath. If the pulse is not working, then until the hospital reaches CPR Do it To do this, lie down on your waist and place your palms in the middle of the patient's chest and press the hand downwards. Do this at least a hundred times per minute.
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4. Often the patient has trouble breathing when a heart attack occurs. In such a situation, press the patient's nose with fingers and breathe them slowly through your mouth. By doing this for 2-3 minutes, the lungs of the patient will be filled with air and by pressing the nostrils of the nose, the breath given through the mouth will reach the lungs directly. 
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5. If there is aspirin in the house, give it to the patient to chew. Also ask them to take deep and long breaths, so that there is no lack of oxygen in the lungs.

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