#Heartattack trends on Twitter as several young people die due to complications

Many people have died as a result of heart attacks in recent years. There have been stories of young people passing away at the gym, weddings, and other events. A heart attack is a serious condition that develops when the blood supply to the heart is unexpectedly interrupted, usually by a blood clot. The cause of the clot is usually a mystery.

But as time goes on, more internet users become aware of this, and as a result, the hashtag #Heartattack began to trend on Twitter as people shared numerous examples of individuals dying because of heart attacks. Some have been using the platform to share advice that will be useful to someone in a predicament like this.

“As #heartattack is trending. Some quick tips and red flags. Any sudden pain that occurs in your chest, the pain might go to the jaws, neck, hand. Don’t ignore Not every pain is Ulcer or Dyspepsia Anyone with such pain should call for help and get to a hospital asap. HEART IS LIFE,” wrote a Twitter user.

Another person wrote, “Guys please don’t panic over the #heartattack incidents happening pan India. I have spoken to a lot of people and have concluded that plz limit alcohol, smoking, junk and try abandoning caffeine. Gym goers stop using pre-workouts & fat burners. Take care and have fun! Lose weight.”
Here are some other tweets on the topic.

A 21-year-old man passed away earlier while dancing at a Garba celebration. The incident happened in the Anand district of Gujarat. He passed out while dancing at a Garba gathering. A video that captures the entire episode is currently going viral. He can be seen practicing Garba with a group of individuals in the video. He also suddenly collapses and hits the ground in the footage.

Related FAQs

What does one feel during a mini-heart attack?

One may have an unpleasant pressure, squeezing, or pain-like sensation.

How long do heart attacks last?

A mild heart attack symptoms might only last for 2-5 minutes.

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