Explained:  How Long Can a Heart Attack Last?

BY TEAM FOURTH FRONTIER DESK

The length of a heart attack depends on various factors, swipe to read more about these factors and the duration of a heart attack.

The factors that impact the length or duration of a heart attack include the size of the area of the heart muscle that is damaged and the speed at which treatment is received.

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The overall health of the individual also impacts the length of a heart attack. It’s important to monitor your heart health constantly.

A heart attack usually begins with the sudden onset of chest pain, which can be severe or mild. The pain may radiate to your arms, neck, jaw, back, or stomach.

Some heart attacks last a few minutes, while others can last for several hours or even days.

Prompt treatment can stop a heart attack in its tracks and prevent further damage to the heart.

The faster you receive treatment, the better your chances of survival and recovery.

It is important to monitor your heart rate and overall health with the help of devices such as the heart rate monitor.