The cause of arm pain during a heart attack is pain traveling from the heart and chest, which spreads to the arms and other parts of the body, explains WebMD. Pain in the arms and other areas does not always occur when a... More »

Either arm can go numb during a heart attack, but it is more frequently the left arm. Numbness alone is not a sign of a heart attack and can be caused by a number of other conditions. More »

The most frequent cause for a heart attack is obstructed blood flow into the heart muscle, also called myocardial infarction, which leads to a squeezing pain in the chest, often extending to the left arm and sometimes to... More »

The most frequent cause for a heart attack is obstructed blood flow into the heart muscle, also called myocardial infarction, which leads to a squeezing pain in the chest, often extending to the left arm and sometimes to... More »

Some common symptoms of a heart attack include shortness of breath, chest discomfort or pain in other parts of the body, dizziness, abnormal sweating, nausea, vomiting, coughing or wheezing, excessive feeling of anxiety ... More »

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Ten signs of a heart attack are tightness, pain or achiness in the chest or arms that sometimes extends to the neck, jaw or back, nausea, indigestion, heartburn, abdominal pain, shortness of breath, cold sweats, tirednes... 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 »