What happened when I had a heart attack | Andrew Brown | Comment is free | guardian.co.uk
The variety of ways the pain and discomfort of a heart attack can manifest itself is a somewhat interesting topic: especially to a person like me who gets nearly no exercise and sits all day, which the doctors like to tell us is a bad thing. So reading Brown's well written description about what his heart attack felt like serves a useful cautionary purpose.
Getting up earlier and going for a walk ever second day would be even better, I suppose. (On the other hand, Brown did start his heart attack while cycling. If this is something he does regularly, maybe he thought he was too fit to be having such a problem. See, this is one good thing about not exercising - I will be under no such illusion if crushing pain starts anywhere near my torso.)
Must get those long delayed blood tests too ...