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Heart attack symptoms: Six early signs you could be at risk of the deadly condition

It says: “We are hearing that fewer people are being seen in hospital with heart attacks in recent weeks, which suggests that people are not seeking help when they should do.

“If you have any of the symptoms, you should call 999.

“Don’t delay because you think hospitals are too busy – the NHS still has systems in place to treat people for heart attacks.

“If you delay, you are more likely to suffer serious heart damage and more likely to need intensive care and to spend longer in hospital.”

Source: | Daily Express

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