Here are 10 points to help you identify potential symptoms:

1. The most common sign is persistent chest pain or discomfort, often described as pressure, squeezing, fullness, or pain. This sensation may last for more than a few minutes.

Chest Pain or Discomfort

2. Pain may not be limited to the chest; it can extend to the arms (especially the left arm), jaw, neck, back, or even the stomach. Radiating pain is a key indicator.

Radiating Pain

3. Difficulty breathing, accompanied by or without chest discomfort, can be a sign of a heart attack. It may occur before or during chest pain.

Shortness of Breath:

4. Profuse sweating, especially accompanied by clammy or cold skin, can be indicative of a heart attack. This is often more pronounced than normal perspiration.

Cold Sweats

5. Feeling nauseous or vomiting, sometimes without any apparent reason, can be a symptom. It may be mistaken for indigestion, but it's important not to ignore.

Nausea and Vomiting:

7. Sudden dizziness or feeling light-headed, to the point of nearly fainting, can be associated with a compromised blood flow to the heart.

Light-headedness or Dizziness

8. Unusual and extreme fatigue, especially when it comes on suddenly and is not alleviated by rest, may be a warning sign of a heart attack.

Unexplained Fatigue

9. Pain or discomfort in areas such as the shoulders, arms, neck, jaw, or upper back can be an indicator of a heart attack.

Pain in the Upper Body

9. Heart palpitations or irregular heartbeats can occur during a heart attack. This may feel like a fluttering or a rapid pounding in the chest.

Irregular Heartbeat

10. A feeling of impending doom, anxiety, or extreme restlessness can sometimes be a non-specific yet notable symptom associated with a heart attack.

Anxiety or Restlessness