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Broken Heart Same As Heart Attact

Terminated or denied gebetan boyfriend feels really painful, often until there is adesperate suicide. Even without having to do reckless, pain that is felt when a brokenheart has been able to match his illness had a heart attack.

In some people, a broken heart can lead ballooned to its shape resembles jatungtakotsubo or octopus trap used by traditional Japanese fishermen. Therefore, this condition is also known by the name takotsubo cardiomyopathy.

It is not known exactly what causes the heart to swell, but some experts suspect the condition is triggered by increased production of stress hormones when a broken heart.Among them is cortisol and adrenaline are equally involved in emotional control.

This syndrome causes heart function disrupted for a while and not infrequently cantrigger heart attacks that are acute. Of all cases of heart attack in the world, takotsubocardiomyopathy is estimated to contribute about 2 percent.

Unlike a heart attack in general, cardiomyopathy takotsubo not involve blockage of blood vessels and rarely causes permanent damage to the heart muscle. Usually if theperson is not to death, a heart condition that will heal by itself.

Takotsubo cardiomyopathy can occur in anyone, especially when experiencing sadmoments such as disconnected girlfriend, rejected gebetan or widowed people nearby.Compared to most people, more vulnerable age women experiencing menopause.

Someone who has a history of depression and anxiety are also more prone to experience it. Quoted from Health.com on Thursday (07/04/2011), 40 percent ofpatients had a history of depression takotsubo cardiomyopathy and never usetranquilizers or antidepressants.

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