The Earlier You Begin Treatment for a Heart Attack or Stroke, the Better It Is
Coronary heart diseases such as stroke and heart attack are serious medical conditions. Preventative measures and early detection are greatly advised to reduce the risks of having them.
The compassionate, caring staff at AV Cardiology is here to help you prevent the awful scenarios of a heart attack or stroke, but there is more that you can do at home as well. The first step is to familiarize yourself with the warning signs so you can take immediate action.
Heart Attack Warning Signs
Severe heart palpitations
Difficulty with regular breathing
Chest pains or discomfort
Understand the Warning Signs
The greatest step in the prevention of a stroke or heart attack is to understand all the warning signs so you or a loved one can receive the necessary help as quickly as possible.
Learn all the warning signs and stay prepared for the worst-case scenarios. Get in touch with AV Cardiology.
Warning Signs for a Stroke
Sudden numbness or weakness in the face and limbs, typically confined to a single side of the body
Confusion and trouble communicating
Difficulty with vision in one or both eyes
Difficulty walking, balancing, or with coordination
Sudden, severe headache
Learn more about preventing heart attacks and strokes by calling our office today.
Understand all the warning signs for heart attacks and strokes so that you can act immediately when the worst-case scenarios occur.