Do you know what causes heart disease in women? What about the survival rate? Or whether women of all ethnicities share the same risk? The fact is: Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of women, causing 1 in 3 deaths each year. That’s approximately one woman every minute! But it doesn’t affect all women alike, and the warning signs for women aren’t the same in men. What’s more: These facts only begin to scratch the surface.
Hiccups are not even considered a medical condition but prolonged hiccups should never be ignored.
Women at a certain age may feel weak and hardly can anyone diagnose general weakness as an early sign of heart stroke.
Confusion, disorientation and unresponsiveness
These can be sign of any mental disorder but in women, these signs can be symptom of heart disease.
Apart from these signs, there are many small and almost unnoticeable symptoms of a heart stroke in women that must be not be ignored. Sudden problem in seeing both or one eye. Sudden numbness in leg, arms, hands, face and most probably in one side of your body. Trouble in walking, sudden loss of balance while walking or coordination in both legs
Because the above mentioned signs and symptoms occur in women and not always in men, so it becomes a bit difficult to immediately connect them to a heart stroke. This only reason delays the right diagnosis and treatment, which further obstructs the right recovery.