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Chest discomfort is the most prevalent symptom of a heart attack. [Source: cdc.gov]
Discomfort in the body:
Discomfort in areas of the upper body. Pain in the arms, back, neck, jaw, or stomach.
Shortness of breath or breathing difficulty might occur with or without chest discomfort.[Source:cdc.gov]
You might feel weak, light-headed, or faint and also break out into a cold sweat.[Source:cdc.gov]
You might feel extremely tired or weak, even after minimal physical activity.
Rapid or irregular heartbeat where you feel like your heart is racing or skipping beats.
You could sweat more than usual, even when you are not hot or active. This might signify a heart attack, especially if you also have chest pain.
It is essential to be aware of the warning signs of a heart attack and seek immediate medical attention if you experience any of them.