Difference In Colds And Winds Of Sitting?
Hello. I want to ask, if someone can not distinguish between common colds with common colds. And one time he experienced a symptom of a seated cold but he thought that it was a common cold and he asked to be drained. Is it permissible, and the danger later? Because some say that people who catch a cold sitting should not be scraped off.
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Sitting wind is a layman's term used to describe the condition of a heart attack. This heart attack condition itself is a very dangerous condition, scraped or not scraped. A person who has a heart attack can experience sudden death if not treated medically immediately, therefore people who experience symptoms of a heart attack should immediately go to the emergency department (ER) in the hospital.
The symptoms of a heart attack are actually very different from the symptoms of a common cold. Symptoms of a heart attack include:
pain in the left chest such as being pressed by a heavy object pain can spread to the left arm, left shoulder, neck, jaw, to the back of the back pain will usually get worse with activity and improve at rest (although sometimes it can also occur persistent pain at rest too) can also be accompanied by other symptoms such as palpitations, cold sweat, shortness of breath, dizziness in the elderly or people who have a high risk of heart attack (for example, have hypertension, diabetes, obesity, etc.) who experience symptoms of sudden pain in the gut, bloating, not feeling well, nausea, it is also advisable to check into the ER because heart disease can also provide these symptoms.
Here is an article that you can read about heart attacks
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