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A heart attack is a condition caused by a blockage of blood flow to your heart muscle. The different ways the blood flow may become blocked in the arteries that supply blood to your heart muscle, and the treatments for a heart attack, are explained.
I love how they tell you to stay on your medication instead giving your informative information on how you can reduce these types of chronic diseases by just switching to a plant-based diet. Don't get me wrong I appreciate this video because you get to see what your organs go through when you're on a poor diet.
If you are teen sometimes is normally to have random chest pain,because your heart is may growing. You dont have to panic at the moment you get the pain. Summer 2017 i had random pains in chest, and now i dont have them since autunm 2017. When you get pain in your chest just bring some cold water and drink it slowly to calm yourself. Stop drinking coffee and energy drinks or dont be scared if you get heart attack at 30.
The plaque builds up between the blood vessel and the muscle, and the buildup can make the blood flow slower, and scrape against the side which breaks the tissues between the plaque and the blood, and completely stops blood flow. This causes cells to die and the blood that continues building up there doesn’t allow anymore blood to be pumped anywhere else in the body. That is what causes the heart attack.
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