World Heart Day- Know more about the 'Broken heart syndrome'


 It may be that we suddenly feel pain after experiencing great sadness. 

The emotional pain of loss is often explored in social and artistic terms, but it can also be a medical condition. Broken heart syndrome, also known as stress cardiomyopathy or Takotsubo cardiomyopathy, is a condition in which one may experience sudden pain in the chest after overwhelming emotional or physical stress. It mimics a mini heart attack but isn't that fatal. In congestive heart failure, the coronary arteries are not blocked, although blood flow from the coronary arteries may be reduced.
Dr. Anil Dhal, a cardiologist, explains: "A heart attack occurs due to any emotional stress, which can be sadness or happiness. At this time, the body is going through hormonal tests due to the part of the heart that is beating.
While giving the reason for its alternative name 'takotsubo cardiomyopathy', Dr. Dhal says, "When a person has a broken heart disease, his heart looks like an octopus trap also known as takotsubo cardiomyopathy on an echo. This name comes from the Japanese language.
According to the Cleveland Clinic, nearly 7.8% of patients with acute coronary syndrome (ACS) were diagnosed with coronary artery disease during the COVID-19 pandemic, compared to 1.5-1.8% before the disease. Cleveland Clinic says that broken heart disease is a reversible and temporary condition. Reports from the medical literature explain that this disease can be diagnosed in about 2% of patients who think they have a heart attack. Symptoms of a broken heart: 
According to the Cleveland Clinic, in congestive heart failure, stress hormones cause your damaged muscles to develop symptoms similar to those of a heart attack. Here are some symptoms of a heart attack that a person may experience: 

Sudden and sudden chest pain 
High blood pressure 
Heart palpitations all the time 
Fluid in the lungs 
Reduction of the left ventricle of the heart 
What is the difference between a heart attack? Why is a broken heart not a heart attack?
Dr. Dhal explains: "During the examination, there are ECG changes, cardiac changes, enzyme changes, all of which are like heart attacks, but the system is not connected to the vessel area. And, therefore, it is not reported. like a heart attack." 
He added: "A ruptured heart disease can occur without any disease or in a person who is sick or suffering from a serious illness and has a special condition. It usually recovers on its own. 
Causes of heart attack: 
The cause of broken heart disease is unknown. But when your body is faced with a stressful physical or emotional situation, it releases stress hormones such as adrenaline, noradrenaline, epinephrine, and noradrenaline. This can lead to 
Contraction of the heart muscle 
The stress pattern of your heart attack 
Causes an increase in your heart rate.
These changes can cause temporary heart failure. A broken heart can be triggered by emotional or physical stress. Some of the examples of such situations are mentioned below: 
Loss of loved ones or any important relationships. For example: (divorce, breakup of a romantic relationship or death of a beloved pet) 
Sudden surprise with good news (eg, surprise party, winning the lottery).
Any bad news. Serious threats (eg, public speaking, armed robbery, car accident).
Very angry. In addition, things like extreme pain, any strenuous physical activity, and health problems like asthma attacks, shortness of breath, high fever, low blood sugar, high blood pressure, and surgery can also lead to a broken heart.
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