Make a call to 911 or the emergency number in your area. Avoid ignoring the warning signs of a heart attack or making an attempt to tough it out. If you are unable to get immediate medical attention, ask a neighbor or a close friend to transport you to the nearest hospital in the event that this is the case.
What should I take for a heart attack at home?
2. Take aspirin. If you have an aspirin handy, take a regular dose of it (three hundred and twenty-five mg) as soon as you become awake again. The capacity of the blood to clot is slowed down by aspirin, which is how it works. Aspirin helps prevent blood from clotting too quickly and reduces the size of any clots that may have already formed in the event of a heart attack.