5 Subtle Heart Attack Signs
Before being brought to the hospital, the victim usually clutches his chest, staggers backward, and falls down spectacularly.
Many people are completely unaware that they are having a heart attack.
The American Heart Association's journal Circulation revealed in 2016 that nearly half of all heart attacks, or 45 percent, are "silent,"
They don't exhibit conventional symptoms like chest discomfort or left arm weakness.