INTRO PARAGRAPH THE WAY YOU LOOK AT ME IS HONESTLY TERRIFYING AND IT’S CAUSING YOUR HEART TO BEAT FASTER (introduction of article) STATEMENT 1: ITS OBVIOUS THAT YOU ARE BECOMING INSTINCTUALLY ATTRACTED TO ME (statement) REASON/SUPPORT 1: THE FACT THAT WE HAVE A BUILT IN CLOCK (reason/support) REASON/SUPPORT 2: WHICH TELL US WHEN. WE HAVE ENOUGH TIME TO CONNECT (reason/support) STATEMENT 2: IT’S BECOMING SO EASY FOR ME TO BE WITH YOU THAT I DON’T WANT THIS TO END (statement) REASON/SUPPORT 1: THE FACT THAT I HAVE TO CLOSE MY DEAL WITH YOU BEFORE THE CLOCK RUNS OUT (reason/support) REASON/SUPPORT 2: THAT’S JUST ONE MORE DAY THAT I CAN SPEND WITH YOU (reason/support) BRIDGE: I DON’T WANT THIS TO END, BUT DO YOU. (bridge) CHORUS: HONESTLY, THE WAY YOU LOOK AT ME YOU GOT ME MESMERIZED
What are the Causes of Heart Attacks?
The causes of heart attacks vary, but they usually revolve around age, medical conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol, smoking, and family history. They can also be caused by specific factors such as not eating healthy, drinking alcohol excessively and experiencing a great deal of stress. Even excessive exercise can be considered a cause of heart attacks.
Heart attack risk factors:
Age: Risk increases as you age. Although heart attacks do occur in the young, the chances of having a heart attack are greatest for those between 65 and 75 years old. The risk factors rise even more if you are older than 75 years old.
The Physical Signs & Symptoms of a Heart Attack in Women
The physical symptoms of a heart attack in women differ from those experienced by their male counterparts. Women might experience nausea, break out in a cold sweat, pass out, become short of breath, feel like they are choking, have chest pain and an unbearable pressure in their chest. For example if you are a woman at least 40 years old and you exhibit two or more of these signs, you should go to the emergency room and notify them of your concerns.