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A majority of people tend to confuse a panic attack with a heart attack and fret due to this but you need to understand that a panic attack and a heart attack are two different things. Do not ignore them both as doing so can be problematic for you hence, read on as we tell you the difference between a panic attack and a heart attack. In an interview with HT Lifestyle, Dr Bipeenchandra Bhamre, Consultant Cardiac Surgeon at Sir HN Reliance Foundation Hospital and Research Centre in Mumbai, explained, “A heart attack occurs when the heart doesn’t get the required amount of blood. This is usually witnessed when the artery supplying blood to the heart tends to get blocked. Common heart attack symptoms are chest pain or pressure, pounding or racing heart, feeling lightheaded or faint, sweating, including cold sweats, jaw, neck, and shoulder pain, shortness of breath, nausea, vomiting, and tiredness. Heart attacks are dangerous and can cause death.”
Portal: Hindustan Times