The heart attack is a frightful expression and is correctly perceived as an extremely ominous condition. Almost always, heart attacks are life-threatening and require immediate attention. But the usual form of heart attack that we know of is not the only presentation of this deadly disease. Pain and abundant symptoms, along with profuse perspiration is not the only presentation of the heart attack. It is also known that heart attacks may occur silently without any symptoms. These silent heart attacks are the unnoticed, appropriate and timely management of these patients is not pursued. This increases the odds of underlying heart disease to intensify and cause irretrievable damage to the heart and body.