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Jason Sayanlar, M.D.

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The ‘Silent’ (Yet Potentially Deadly) Heart Attack: What You Should Know

A typical heart attack occurs when there is a blockage of one of the arteries that supplies blood to the heart and is usually signaled by chest pain, nausea and diaphoresis – an exaggerated form of sweating. “However, tell-tale signs aren’t always present,” adds Dr. Sayanlar. This, the Hackensack Meridian Health Medical Group and Hackensack University Medical Center physician says, is known as a ‘silent’ heart attack.