The symptoms of a heart attack last longer than 5 minutes and, in men, include: chest pain or discomfort, as well as pain or discomfort in the left shoulder, arms, back, neck, jaw or stomach, explains Cleveland Clinic. O... More »

A diet that includes fruits, vegetables, lean proteins from sources like fish and high-fiber foods such as whole grains lowers men's risk for heart disease, notes Mayo Clinic. Arteries clogged with plaque cause coronary ... More »

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Heart attack treatments are typically the same for both men and women and may include oxygen therapy and nitroglycerin medication to improve blood flow and reduce the heart's workload, according to the National Heart, Lu... More »

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Five common heart attack symptoms in men include chest pain; chest discomfort; chest pressure; discomfort in the arms, neck, jaw or back; and abdominal discomfort that feels like heartburn, states WebMD. Approximately 10... More »

Common signs of a heart attack in women include pressure or pain in the midsection of the chest, numbness and discomfort in one or both arms, jaw, neck, back and between the shoulders, stomach ache and the need to vomit,... More »

The symptoms of a mini heart attack are chest discomfort that lasts for a few minutes, discomfort in other areas of the body such as the arms or jaw, difficulty breathing, feeling nauseous or light-headed, a racing heart... More »

Some of the major symptoms of heart attack in women include chest pain and discomfort; pain that is present in the arm, neck and jaw; and stomach pain, WebMD states. It is important to note that heart attack symptoms are... More »