Heart disease is the number one killer of US men and women. It is so deadly because most signs are vague and often we don’t assign them to having a heart attack. Not always are they so intense or obvious like someone grabbing his chest and having troubles with breathing.
When I was in my early twenties my dad had a heart attack. He survived because of the quick action of my mom calling 911 and rushing him to the hospital. Our family has a long history of heart diseases and that’s why my mom didn’t hesitate to call for help.