British Heart Foundation – Watch Your Own Heart Attack TV advert (2008)

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This two minute film lets you experience what it's like to have a heart attack first hand. Take the time to watch it then you'll be prepared if and when it happens for real.

This is two minutes which could save your life. Or the life of someone you love.

British Heart Foundation - Watch Your Own Heart Attack TV advert (2008)

https://www.bhf.org.uk/heart-health/conditions/heart-attack

This two minute film lets you experience what it's like to have a heart attack first hand. Take the time to watch it then you'll be prepared if and when it happens for real.

This is two minutes which could save your life. Or the life of someone you love.

32 thoughts on “British Heart Foundation – Watch Your Own Heart Attack TV advert (2008)

  1. I think this shoukd be used as an advert, as apparently the reason why not
    is that its too graphic, but if it was a game they would show it whatever
    age and day, really powerful message there

  2. I had this experience and I never want it again, nor the operation
    afterwards, or the stroke that followed that, so call 999 I left it to
    late. 

  3. @calynnmwestcott that is not true. I am a sufferer of daily panic attacks
    and you can create any symptom in yourself if you are worrying about it.

  4. They should do “watch your own stroke” because a stroke is far more deadly.

    Quite obviously because it’s to do with the brain I think. The brain
    controls the heart. If there is a doctor, slap me side ways and correct me
    if I’m wrong! I should imagine the symptoms would be the same, except for;
    the chest pains. I think the symptoms of stroke are: because I had one is:
    rising panick. Sweaty. Clammy. Numbness of left of right side of body and
    unable to move it. Unable to speak properly, like your drunk out of your
    mind. Dizzy. Tons of mental confusion, you really don’t know what’s
    happening or where you are or why such people in green suits are saying
    things like “I just flicked his eyelid and nothing happened.” I found out
    later that is to check for signs of unconsciousness. Then WHAM. Your either
    dead, or in ER with a lot of tubes stuck in you with people that saved your
    life.

  5. I also learned that when your dying, your hearing is the last thing to go.
    That scared me a lot. That’s why I asked the doctor, how could I hear them
    and be unconscious at the same time? It was sheer luck I remembered that. 

  6. This was difficult to watch…my mom died just like this on the edge of her
    bed a year ago. She even got sick like the video.

    1. +Justin Hall please try and some take solace in the fact , that this video
      has raised awareness , the more people that are educated, the more people
      will have a chance of survival

  7. I had my heart attack in Feb on this year, I woke up with a pain in my
    lower jaw and a radiating pain going through both arms and tightness in my
    chest, my wife called 999 and I was taken in once they stabilised me,
    luckily I was a victim of a transient clot with no long term damage, but
    it’s always at the back of my mind that it could happen again.

    1. They stabilized me with a tablet at home that I had to let dissolve under
      my tongue, as for the clot they said that a transient clot basically would
      have just disappeared and so long as I keep on top of my meds it won’t
      return.

    2. I don’t know what it was that they gave me when they came out but I’m on a
      4 tablets in the morning and 2 on a night, I’ll find out and update this
      later.

  8. I watched this after typing into YouTube ‘am I having a heart attack’ (yes
    I know, stupid to ask dr.internet). It was for fear of causing a fuss, the
    possible embarrassment of an ambulance arriving to discover I am fine, etc
    etc. I have had a false alarm before but I recall the ambulance crew saying
    they would prefer to come and find me ok than me leave it too late without
    help. I was fussing about. I watched this video, it hit home. I called an
    ambulance. I was having a major heart attack with some very mild and vague
    symptoms. Within the next 2 hours I had been defibrillated and was in
    intensive care, had been to the catheter lab where I had a stent put into
    my heart, and was being cared for in intensive care. This advert saved my
    life. If you are still reading this, and your unsure, be a time waster, be
    the person who over worries. The consequences of having the wrong judgement
    could very likely be fatal. Blessings to you all.

  9. Wow, that is a powerful film and worth it’s weight in gold no doubt, thank
    you for posting.

  10. I had a heart attack a month ago thought it was indigestion. Listen to this
    man this is real. Get it checked out!!!

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