Angina | Heart Attack! But I’m Too Young… A Personal Story

August 11, 2011 by
Filed under: What is Heart Disease 

Do you get frustrated having to search in a hundred different places for worthwhile guidance and information on heart health?

I know I did after my heart attack I spent endless hours wasting time going to countless libraries having books all over the floor trying to remember which one had what in it – it drove me mad – and then all I could find was medical jargon and statistics, which didn’t help much.Does this sound familiar?Some of the common questions you might have are:What are heart attack signs and symptoms?Are there different heart attack symptoms for women?What are heart disease signs and symptoms?What are the causes of heart disease?What is a Myocardial Infarction?What is Cardiovascular Disease and Coronary Heart Disease?What is the difference between a heart attack and angina ?What is the difference between heart attack chest pain and indigestion?How do you know if someone is having a stroke?If you have been diagnosed with heart problems, what next?The list goes on… Why did I write this book?

I had a heart attack at 45 and struggled to find meaningful information to help process what had happened to me This book is my story I write about how I felt emotionally during this time, my recovery and the information I have gathered along the way, which has been invaluable in helping me to get my life back on track   


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