A recent study published in the Canadian Journal of Cardiology had interviewed 31 cardiac patients who had experienced angina (the chest pain that tells you that you are at increased risk of heart attack, cardiac arrest or sudden cardiac death), found that women were 1.5 times more likely than men to wait for symptoms to become more severe and more frequent before seeking medical attention. So if you feel pressure, squeezing, burning, or tightness in your chest, it is worth it to get it checked out. It might turn out to be nothing, but if not, you will be glad you did not wait.

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