Why a Broken Heart Can Really Break Your Heart

a Broken Heart

Many people have heard the saying: A broken heart or My heart is broken

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is a common phrase that people use to describe how they feel emotionally when they have been affected emotionally, she lost someone or something suffered.

It happens to everyone at least once in their life when a relationship breaks down or a loved one is lost.

But where does it come?

For some time, researchers have been working to find out if the pain we feel inside ( what feels like our hearts break ) is the real pain heart physical, like a heart attack . Their findings have shown that people with a broken heart are actually feeling something called “stress cardiomyopathy” . This makes the patient feel like they are having a heart attack, and could potentially lead to one.

A recent American study has gone a step further and found that atrial fibrillation ( stress factors that make the heart starts beating irregularly ) is highly likely that the development of a month after a loved one passes, and remains high for a year after the event. It is also true that the more unexpected trouble, most likely to develop atrial fibrillation. Although not proven that the loss directly caused the atrial fibrillation positive correlation was enough to conclude.

Evidence has shown that when your mind is suffering, your body notes, and is strongly also impacted ( may have already noticed this with things like deprivation sleep or tiredness when you suffer from stress ).

The deeper and more traumatic loss, more physical stress your heart and body will be low. Not only this, but can also lead to mental health problems and other cardiovascular diseases.

The key to remember when facing trouble is that you are still in control of the situation.

deep breath, find relaxing hobbies like yoga and meditation, and exercise more. – These are all ways of telling your body that is on the road to recovery and stop the heart breaking reality

By Charlotte H.

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