Symptoms of a heart attack include discomfort in the chest and other areas of the upper body, shortness of breath, cold sweat
, nausea, and lightheadedness.
And when they were having a heart attack, the symptoms most reported were shortness of breath (58%), weakness (55%), unusual fatigue (43%), cold sweat
(39%) and dizziness (39%).
I would guess what gets Alan Greenspan up at night with a cold sweat
Still, Western companies' most recent experiences in the region would cause most executives to break into a cold sweat
at the thought of tackling the Asian "tiger.
Anxious thoughts also raise blood pressure, and cause hand tremors, cold sweat
, a knotted stomach, and pervasive weakening (as when we say "sick with dread").
Environmental toxins are the stuff nightmares are made of--but there's no need to wake up in a cold sweat
over packing your child's lunch.
Every now and then, great institutions wake up in a cold sweat
and--a bit like Kafka's Gregor Samsa--discover they have metamorphosed into something resembling a dinosaur.
I was in a cold sweat
after having had one of the worst nightmares of my life.
As he slips behind the controls of his hovercraft, he feels a gripping pain in his chest, followed by shortness of breath and a cold sweat
To this day," Gray writes, "some 10 years later, I still wake up in the middle of the night in a cold sweat
Payment processor Worldpay said: "11th-hour shoppers will break into a cold sweat
at the thought of the high street on the busiest shopping day of the year.
uk QMY husband has had the mad idea of going camping this year, which has left me in a cold sweat
recalling horrible memories of the Guides.
THEY say you become more right wing as you age, so I came out in a cold sweat
last week on finding myself agreeing with a Tory proposal.
I contacted so many fighters seeing who was available when Sam pulled out, but you either get told they aren't in a gym or face trainers who break out in a cold sweat
when you mention a tough fight.
He couldn't get further than the front entrance to the park without breaking out into a cold sweat