Articles Tagged with Broken heart

Getting Over a Broken Heart - Don't be a Victim to Sudden Death

Susan Pamela Jan 15, 2011

Being dumped can do a lot to a person’s heart especially breaking it. People can feel tormented by the loss the heart is feeling. Many times people can feel emotionally, physically and spiritually drained over relationship issues. The stress the broken heart is enduring can cause people to snap under pressure.

Hearts can be broken by many different events including divorce, job problems and the lost of a loved one. It’s been said that most people go through a period of sadness and loss that can be ongoing and troubling.

It’s true that a broken heart can have these kinds of feelings including many more. However, medical studies are showing that profound sadness is actually causing some people to have heart disease.

During the ‘70s, Mayo Clinic medical researchers realized that how people think and feel does correlate to how healthy a person’s heart is and will be. The Mayo Clinic studied more than 170 people that had been suffering from intense sadness and fury can suffer from Sudden Cardiac Death. It meant that people who have a broken heart can die from it.

The Way to Heal and Nurse Your Broken Heart

Chris Dec 14, 2010

Feeling so broken hearted after a hard breakup can throw you off track…You start going through a rush of different feelings all at once…you feel loneliness, sadness, unbearable pain and fright. What you need to do is take a deep breath and think that the pain will slowly go away over time. This is not an easy journey to embark on; however it’s one that everyone goes through at one point or another in their life.

Thinking that you are not alone to be feeling the sadness and loneliness a break up can make you go through, may make you feel better. Psychologists compare healing yourself after an ended relationship, broken hearted mourning a lost loved one. Give yourself time to grieve; don’t let anyone rush you into anything.

I don’t mean shutting your friends and family out, since they are there to help you. What you need is some time out, to think about what happened and to rediscover yourself, learns from the past and move on to a new and better you. However take things slowly, day by day and don’t expect to get over the pain in one day.