At what age is a person susceptible for a heart attack?

Any. Any age. It used to be adults around age 30 and above but that's not true anymore. Even kids (teens and early 20s) have been known to get heart attacks due to poor diet and exercise (barring other inherent medical problems).
Highly variable . For people who use cocaine: any age. People with diabetes or who smoke can get premature disease: age 55 for men and 65 for women is considered a "coronary prone" age. That said, 80 year olds that stay fit and healthy are often free of heart disease. Heart attacks are not inevitable.
Annual physical. This has a tremendous amount to do with your age, medical history and family history. Please see your primary care physician to discuss your personal risk factors.

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What is the cause of heart attack in a previously normal 65 aged person?

Asymptomatic. Heart disease. Unfortunately the first sign of a heart disease can be a heart attack and of those up to 30% result in sudden death. That is why preventative measures and treatment of risk factors is so vital. See your doctor regularly. Read more...
Coronary arteries. Coronary artery disease can be silent until a heart attack occurs and in fact almost half of all patients present with a heart attack as their first symptom of coronary artery disease. Read more...

Is it uncommon to have heart attack age 40 male?

No. At that age hereditary factors play a big role. Father having a heart attack before 55, very high cholesterol. Will advice to work hard in improving the risk factor you can modify. Stop smoking, better diet, physician control exercise program, control diabetes, control your weight, stress reduction technique, control hypertension. See your physician. Read more...
Variable. There are rare problems in children. Most after 45 some in young adults with smoking, diabetes, obesity, bad behavior- Cocaine etc. After that anytime up to 100. Read more...

At what average age is the first heart attack amongst males?

Age. I have not heard of any specific average age for a heart attack. But older age is an independent risk factor for coronary artery disease, specially in usa. The association with other risk factors will increase the risk. Read more...
40s. But reducing risk factors is very important to delay these events. No smoking good diet weight control exercise. Read more...

I've had one heart attack, am I more susceptible for another one?

Yes. Anyone who has had a heart attack is at increased risk for another one, relative to someone who has never had a heart attack. Controlling blood pressure, cholesterol medications, blood thinners such as Aspirin are medications that can reduce the risk of future heart attack. A healthy diet and regular exercise (150 minutes per week of moderate-intensity aerobic exercise) are also very important. Read more...
Yes. Yes, having a previous heart attack increase your liklihood of having another event within the next five years to around 20%. If you are diabetic, that risk increases to around 40%. However, risk factor modification and appropriate medications can work to mitigate that risk. Read more...
Yes. Many surgeons routinely stop your blood thinners. This actions increases your risk of heart attack. When in comes to eye surgery, i prefer to have a bleeding problem, which i can manage, instead of a heart attack or stroke. I advice you to discuss the possibility of not stopping blood thinners with your surgeon. Read more...
Yes. However, the risk of f future events can be modified by risk factor modifcation, life style changes and a strict dietary and medication regimen. Read more...