Severe chest pain is among the most common of all Cardio Clear 7 heart-attack signs. This is a global fact, though it has been established that the typical, acute chest pain is more likely to be found among elderly and middle-aged men rather than women. This feeling can be debilitating and radiating in nature. The pain is so extreme that the sufferer might feel as if he is suffering from a paralytic stroke. Often, there is loss of sensation or short-term paralysis of many body parts. The most common example of this is the intense contraction of facial muscles, often leading to severe twisting of facial muscles.
Radiating pain refers to the discomfort in and around the chest spreading to nearby sites such as the upper neck, lower back, inner and upper arms apart from the upper part of the abdomen. Not all symptoms indicate chances of fatality but even then they can prove to be detrimental to the sufferer. Many of these symptoms are capable of leading to serious complications like chronic ventricular fibrillation in the near future that drastically raises chances of fatality. Most signs of myocardial infarctions are diagnosed through an ECG Test that measures the heart's overall conditioning using an Electrocardiogram.