Broken Heart Syndrome: Know its causes, symptoms and treatment

Broken Heart Syndrome: A broken heart can be "Broken Heart Syndrome", know its causes, symptoms, and treatment

What are Broken Heart Syndrome and its symptoms, causes, and treatment?

Often, people think that the heart does not break, but now even medical science believes that the heart can also be broken. And when the heartbreaks, you can have severe chest pain, cardiac arrest, and even a heart attack.  "Takotsubo syndrome" is a serious medical condition, in which the most negative effect is on the patient's heart. 

Those whose heart joins with their families and friends, celebrate happiness, but whose heart is broken, many times become a victim of Broken Heart Syndrome. Know, what is this broken heart syndrome, its symptoms, and causes ...

This heartbreaks and joins, but people who fix this thing with a lot of heart and mind, similarly people are victims of Broken Heart Syndrome. 

Know what is broken heart syndrome

This syndrome can sometimes be due to disappointment in love, the passing away of a loved one or receiving some bad news. In this, a part of the heart becomes temporarily weak when it is struck. The heart muscles relax and the heart's pumping ability begins to weaken.

Broken heart syndrome symptoms

Some of the symptoms are severe pain in the chest, neck, and left arm, shortness of breath, feeling like vomiting, dizziness, low blood pressure, etc. Often, people do not understand whether these symptoms are of a heart attack or broken heart syndrome. If anything like this is seen in any person or friend in your house, then take it to the hospital without delay.

Treatment for Broken heart syndrome

A study has revealed that broken heart syndrome mostly occurs when you are faced with stress and emotional events. With heartbreak in love, the stress hormones are released more, leading to broken heart syndrome. Its treatment is similar to that of a heart attack. However, until the patient recovers, he has to stay in the hospital.

Ways to prevent broken heart syndrome

Keep yourself stress-free.

Don't take anything too seriously.

Don't be sad Laugh, smile, be with friends.

Recognizing it on time, take the stress out of your life.

(Disclaimer: The content on this site is for informational purposes only, and should not be taken as professional medical advice. Always seek the guidance of your doctor or other health professionals for any questions you may have regarding your health or a medical condition.)

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