In the modern age, because of their unhealthy lifestyle, most adults are suffering from various diseases. Among these diseases, heart attacks most widely spread among adults. According to the study, most US adults might not understand that they are facing various heart problems. Because they are not aware of the symptoms of a heart attack. In a nationally representative survey, 47% of people did not identify some of the symptoms of a heart attack, and almost 6% were not aware of any. People are more likely to be unfamiliar with the symptoms if they were Hispanic born outside the US, had lower income levels, no insurance, or had lower education levels. According to the researchers, these results suggest that millions of people in the United States are unaware of the most important signs of a heart attack. And, therefore, there is a higher risk of its adverse consequences. The research team concluded that they highlighted the need for targeted groups to improve their awareness of the symptoms of heart attack and the importance of early emergency care.
While some people are dying afterward being admitted to hospital due to a heart attack, patient delay looking for help after experiencing indications, and a large number of patients die before reaching the hospital; researchers say as noted in the report. To find out why people may not be hospitalized sooner, researchers turn to responses to the 2017 National Health Interview Survey, which focuses on data for 18,271 US residents or older Was done. As part of the survey, participants were asked about the symptoms of such as pain or discomfort in shoulders, breathing problem, weakness, back pain, etc. More than half, 53, correctly identified the symptoms of a heart attack, while 20 percent were not aware of some common signs and 5.8 percent were not familiar with any of the indications of a heart attack.
There should be proper guidance to the adults about heart attack symptoms so that they can get aware of their health. With proper guidance, everyone can avoid the heart attack problem.