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How do you know when it is time to stop working out before you get a heart attack ?

How do you know when it's time to stop working out before you get a heart attack? Well you know everyone s heart is beating fast, but what makes the difference to signal in your body when youre working out really good or youre about to have a heart attack.
Asked On : Thu, 17 Dec 2009
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Thanks for query,
Heart attack may have or may not have any sign.
All typical signs of having severe chest pain,chest discomfort,chest distress,difficulty in breathing,radiating pain.
One may not have only gastric upset or shoulde pain with chest distress will have heart attack.
So better keep your blood pressure normal,if diabetes keep under control,
Have your weight normal.
Avoid smoking,alcohol.
Do regular exercise.
If you have just doubt about attack,consult your doctor.
Do not become your doctor and do self medication.
Ok and bye.
Answered: Thu, 15 Sep 2011
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When you tired and your heart rate is high IMMEDIATELY STOP WORKING, as it's a signal that your heart is doing too much to compensate your physical requirement. Take deep breaths while lying down, and you will be alright. If however their is pain in chest, or discomfort, sweating etc. tell your co-workers to call an ambulance, meanwhile take a sublingual. OK.
Answered: Thu, 17 Dec 2009
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