what causes heart  attack?

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  • 1 month ago

    All I know is anyone who believes in God, anyone who is a follower of God and trusts in God will always be wise and a true winner in life that’s because with God help all good things are possible and with that being said if anyone on here wants to improve their life then they should make the best choice of their life right now and start a close relationship with God by them praying to God everyday for his help in every decision of their life everyday and in every situation of their life everyday for I guarantee if they do this everyday then their life will get better, they will have more peace, they will be more successful, they will have they more happiness, and all their dreams will come true that’s because when pray to God then God will make all good things possible for them and they must not forget to read the “Holy Bible” everyday and a great place for them to start in the holy Bible is (Psalms 1) and everyday after that read a chapter in Psalms till they finish all the chapters in Psalms then after that start on (Proverbs 1) then everyday after that read a chapter in Proverbs till they finish all the chapters in Proverbs and after that read every chapter of the Holy Bible until they finish it for it will change their life in the most amazing way

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    Loads of reasons. A myocardial infarction (heart attack), quite simply, is where the heart can't supply itself (usually just part of itself) with oxygen, for a variety of reasons. Most commonly that's because of a blockage in the coronary arteries (the arteries that supply the heart with oxygen). This is usually a result of plaques (of fat) in those arteries causing them to narrow, or even block entirely. But vasoconstricting drugs or extreme exercise in unfit individuals could also be an acute cause. But usually in addition to some other condition where the coronary arteries are narrowed already. 

  • Rick B
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    Typically a blockage of one of the coronary arteries that supplies oxygen to the myocardium.

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