8 Hidden Signs Your Heart Sends You

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Fatigue

A few days before a heart attack strikes, patients often feel exhausted and weak, despite having had enough rest. The feeling is much different than the slight fatigue you might feel at the end of a long workday or how you feel after not getting enough sleep — it’s chronic and it’s severe.

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