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"Good health is your most precious asset."

Diana Mossop

Harvard Medical School newsletter by Diana Mossop

Published 30/11/2014 10:20:31

Your emotions and your heart
This is an extract from the Harvard medical School and utterly relates to our heart Lock theory
“ You might be surprised to learn that how you feel emotionally can have a big effect on your heart health. In fact, the relationship between depression and heart disease is a two-way street. Not only does depression appear to promote heart disease, but it can also result from a heart attack. And depression can sap your motivation, make it hard to concentrate, and leave you feeling hopeless — all of which can make it much harder to take medications as prescribed and stick to a treatment plan.
Depression is also an important consideration for people with heart failure. For people with heart failure who are also depressed, symptoms are likely to worsen more quickly. One study demonstrated that the rate of death and hospitalizations among depressed individuals with heart failure is much higher than in those who don't show signs of depression. "

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