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What It’s Like to Have a Heart Attack in Your 20s or 30s Heart attacks can strike at any age—and they’re twice as likely to be fatal for young women than men. By Maria Masters. But I still have trouble saying I have coronary artery disease that I had a heart attack.” Heart Attacks in Young Women: A Growing Problem “Women between the ages of 35 and 45 are dying of. How could I, a 30-year-old female runner, be having a heart attack?

Unfortunately, it was true. The shock did not truly hit until a couple of days later in the hospital. Maybe the morphine helped delay my emotional response but once the emotions arrived, the effects lasted years.

According to a new study, heart attack rates are increasing in what may seem like an unlikely group: adults in their 20s and 30s. What’s more, despite their relatively young age, 20and. In fact, 20 percent of people who have a heart attack are 40 or younger, a rate that has risen 2 percent a year for 10 years, new research reports. Some of these people are now in their 20s and.

“You have to act fast, at the first sign of potential heart attack symptoms, because time is of the essence,” says Dr. Steven Reisman, a cardiologist and the director of the New York Cardiac. Although the risk of heart attack ( myocardial infarction, or MI) in young people is relatively low, between 4% and 10% of heart attacks occur in those under 45. 1  For some, the same lifestyle factors known to contribute to MI in people of all ages, such as diabetes, obesity, smoking, and being sedentary, often are at least partially involved.

At the same time, there are a handful of lesser. Heart attacks have been the major cause of death across the world. The heart attack statistics available to us from sources in the medical field support this fact clearly. So, in this article, let us go through some statistics to understand the connection between heart attacks and the age of a person. I never truly believed that, at not even 30 years old, I could actually be having a heart attack.

So I slept, and when I woke up in the early evening, I felt a bit better. Well enough to tell. Heart attack at 30 years old-unknown diagnosis. Having a heart attack at age 30 was definitely a shock, especially since i was physically active following a 6 day-a-week workout routine.

I don’t smoke or drink and as far as I know, there are no know cases of heart problems in my family.

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Many heart attack victims are only in their 30s and 40s.

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My father had his first heart attack at forty and his second at forty-two.

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Most people who experience a heart attack are 65 years or older.

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My dad had heart attacks at 48 and 50 and then had quintuple heart bypass surgery at 54.

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Heart attack victims often never have the slightest warning anything is wrong.

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Many women do not associate these symptoms with having a heart attack, and they may do nothing to seek help.43

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• If any of your male first-degree relatives had a heart attack before age 55, or female firstdegree relatives before age 65, you may be genetically predisposed to heart disease.

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A coworker, a good friend of mine on a similar trajectory, recently had his first heart attack—at age thirty.

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Heart attack can occur to any T person at any time.

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If a 35-year-old man with chest pain tells you that his father died of a heart attack at age 39, you should be concerned this patient could be experiencing a massive heart attack as well.

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  • Anyone here with long history of heart failure/ cardiomyopathy? Anyone survive after pregnancy? Please anyone tell me their experience

  • I’m 26 and was officially diagnosed with CHF and Pulmonary Hypertension 4 months ago, but was misdiagnosed back when I was 23. The disease creates massive swings between good and bad periods. I personally feel like I don’t have much time left even though none of my doctors will give an official statement of my life expectancy. The scariest part is how lost most of my doctors are concerning treatment. Anyone else struggling with this disease leave a comment

  • i legit fear this… My doctor told me i was close to having one. I’m over weight, and i can hardly breathe.. I started to lose weight, because i don’t want to be a victim to this..

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  • I had a heart attack 2 months ago, I though I was 27 years old, healthy person who couldn’t have serious health problems… It is really hard to deal with it.

  • Just turned 21 in October of 2019 and I had my first heart attack just a few days ago. It’s a very traumatizing event. Knowing you can die and there’s nothing you can do but wait it out until you get to the hospital.

  • You jackasses talking shit this man wife was fighting for his life thats what you call love but a lot of you fool will never have the feeling shame��

  • If he would have suffered the same heart attack in India, This video would have never been made��There is no value of life in India. Ambulance would have been struck in traffic and doctors would have kept the dead person in hospital for many days to earn money from them!!!!! THAT’S SICK!!

  • There’s about 3 hour wait at my A&E, so doubt IL make it and even so it’s the nurse who sees you first and they won’t believe me. So no doctor. It like I have to be psychic and book a doctor in advance before I have a heart attack

  • Your still in this world because God is love you are amazing. God love you and your wife and children and you being a young man have allot you will do throughput your life that help others and be amazing. This video is a example of your gratitude and is an amazing testimony.
    After watching this 1:42 vid. I believe I should go to the hospital. The heart stops we stop for ever. If I fell out if a tree and hurt my arm, didn’t think it was broken and waited a few days. I would still most likely be here. Thx for the testimony. Grace and glory be to God for keeping you here to share your amazing God bless you and your family.

  • Hi Margaret, thankyou so much for your story, I actually have not been told I had a heart attack, the many times I was admitted to hospital but my story is of all the symptons you mentioned. I am now 73 but first presented into hospital 10 years ago. my ECG showed heart disease and In 2009 I had a stent put into 99 blocked artery, the angina attacks continued and finally in 2016 I had a tripel
    by pass but still get angina and thinking back prior to all this had mainly heart pain many years before, My family history is of many close family members dying from heart disease. My advice to you is to head these warnings, my intuition
    told me things were wrong, thankyou all for your stories… we need to pass this on to our families.

  • If you guys ever decide to make another video about heart attacks or any other severe health issue people do not need the background music it is a major distraction and hard to take anyone seriously with that type of affect

  • I’m a relatively fit 37 year old male. I just had two heart attacks in the last month and just got out of hospital today. Luckily my heart didn’t require stents or a bypass, and I will be able to tackle it with lots of medications and some life changes. It can happen to anyone. Get checked and do NOT put it off. Also quit smoking, damnit. It’s just not worth it.

  • In 2009 my grandmother was close to having a heart attack, she had blockage in a major artery in the heart, she was on the airplane to Atlanta, GA when she had chest pain and went to the hospital. I’m happy she went to the hospital, in 1996 she had an mild heart attack due to high cholesterol. She had a stroke 2 years ago due to high blood pressure and now her left arm is not working properly.

  • My uncle is an architecture designer, always stay up late for projects. He loves sports and he’s very active. He passed away yesterday by a heart attack. He had some symptom a week ago but nobody noticed it was something serious, and he was continuing stay up late for weeks just for a projects. Tragedy happened when he was playing badminton. He didn’t make it. He’s only 50. My family haven’t contacted them for a decade because of a big argument back then, until his death we finally got reconnected again. Life is so short and fragile…

  • This year My friend was 34 when he had a heart attack and passed away. It devastated me and was a true wake up a call for me so when I turned 35 3 weeks ago I vowed to get healthy and take great care of myself I went to the doctor and found out I have high blood pressure coming from my high tempered anger I knew it was the reason so now I have to eat right and learn be at peace.

  • Man, i was going for two days to work with the widowmakerlad blockage and went on foot to a hospital. Also I had moments of lightheadedness symptoms and panic attacks concerning having a heart attack for over a year before that happend and when it was happening i remember was telling my wife that if it’s HA i would have been dead already. Also No smoke, drugs etc 42 years.

  • I had a heart attack 3 days ago at age 33. I am fit and eat healthy for the most part. I am definitely attending cardiac rehab after seeing this because I have the same questions.

  • Bless keep going I to had massive heartattack back in 2009 substained brain injury had to start again from being a baby nappies the lot its been very hard I spent five half weeks in a coma six months in rehab lost everything house job partner my four beautiful dogs but am here trying everyday my balance moods feeling worthless but I was sent back sent back to speak for all those that cant dont give up fight it wish you all luck plus love bless u all x

  • I’m kind of scared of having a heart attack since it runs in my family. I had an uncle who died in his mid 30s, and a grandmother who died in her early 60s, both from heart attacks. How is it possible for women to get heart attacks in their 30s though? The woman here said she was fit and she’s obviously slim, so why did it happen? It makes you think there’s nothing you can do to avoid it. I wish they’d explained this. And I know being fit and eating healthy is important to reduce risk, but I just watched a video of a 31 year old woman who survived a heart attack and she was a pretty fit runner when it happened.

  • It is good to thank doctors and anyone through which good comes to you. But ONLY JESUS CHRIST OF NAZARETH saves lives. Do not do the same wrong that King Asa did. 2 Chronicles 16 Vs 12 Christian Bible

  • 1 comment… A video with a cat will get 10 million views and thousands of comments. So important women know symptoms of heart attack. A school friend just had one at age 45

  • Now if only first responders would treat everyone with respect and not just assume it’s anxiety and your an idiotthat would be nice. Treat me for my symptom, not the anxiety or fear the symptom may have caused.

  • I’ve had CHF since 2008 and all I did was take pill after pill after pill until I got sick of it, I got sick of paying visits to cardiologists who could care less about you, I take no more meds and I make no more visits so I’m just waiting for that final tick.

  • im 21 and have crazy crackling cough for almost 2 weeks and im coughing up blood now. Going to the doctors in 2 days If I dont feel better.

  • I am heart failure patient… My condition 20% heart pumping stage what i want to do live more my age was 39. I am from india and i have diabetes.

  • Great Video clip! Forgive me for butting in, I am interested in your opinion. Have you heard the talk about Trentvorty Lively Heart Theorem (Have a quick look on google cant remember the place now)?

    It is an awesome one of a kind guide for getting rid of heart disease minus the headache. Ive heard some great things about it and my cousin after a lifetime of fighting got excellent results with it.

  • I caught Endocarditis from an unknown source, and came down with Dilated Cardiomyopathy at 22 years of age in 2007. I was rushed via Care Flight to my regional hospital where I was then placed on the Transplant List for a period of Ten days. I then had a LVAD placed while in the Cardiac ICU for 2 weeks. My heart grew stronger with the assistance of the device, and I was placed on medications to help aid in other symptoms of Heart Failure. I regained strength, color, and overall well being enough to be sent home a week later. Fast-Foward to now, and I’m 35, married 8 years, and doing well. I wish some days that I’d been given a new heart, but I’m forever grateful/happy for the surgeons and doctors that helped me when I was on death’s doorstep.

  • I was diagnosed with heart failure and persistent Atrial Fibrillation in 1987, about 32 years ago. I am actually doing much better now. But, it took many years to figure out how best to survive. I’ve still got severely enlarged Atria, but the rest of my heart has either improved or stayed the same.

    I learned that I had to find out how to limit neurohormonal activation. What is that?

    When our body senses a need for extra energy or extra strength it pumps additional adrenal hormones to raise the pulse and the blood pressure. With heart failure, the body is constantly pumping extra adrenal hormones. In my case, I had to avoid anything that would stimulate my neurohormones, or irritate my heart; and I also am taking Carvedilol, which is a non selective beta blocker which blocks some of the neurohomones, and I also take a small dose of Digoxin.
     
    I also learned that, with heart failure, the body does not metabolize calories very well. So… I went on a small meal, low calorie, low carb, frequent eating diet of six meals per day, for a total of about 1500 calories per day. Between the diet, avoiding irritants and stimulants and taking Carvedilol with Digoxin, I am able to, at age 74, do about 90 minutes per day of exercise including 900 weight lifts per day (two 10 pound hand weights), 600 “weighted” deep knee bends and working a stationary bike. Life is good!:)

  • I was diagnosed when I was 36. They diagnosed me with bronchitis but I said that I had thought it was bronchitis for the past month and was treating myself as if it was but it was getting worse. The doctor did a chest x-ray and was pale as a ghost after that saying I needed to see a cardiologist and I needed to keep my feet elevated. I swear the doctor was incoherent at that point and kept muttering keep your feet elevated.