Why is love so dangerous

Menacing lovesickness Broken heart syndrome is that dangerous!

Lying in bed for days, lots of chocolate and tons of shed tears - this is how you can describe the classic pain of separation or how to deal with it. A spurned love, a possible breach of loyalty or the death of the partner often drive a woman into psychological hell. Often it seems almost impossible to overcome this new, suddenly created, invisible wall. It is generally assumed that mentally strong personalities can get over a breakup more easily. But the research company "European Sociology of Cardiology" has now been able to determine in a study that a broken heart not only affects our psyche, but also makes physical symptoms noticeable and these are even similar to those of a heart attack! Scientists refer to this incredible finding as that "Broken Heart Syndrome".

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How is the "broken heart syndrome" expressed?

Not only the pain of separation, but also the loss of a partner, family problems or just acute stress at home or at work Heart attack-like symptoms cause. The whole thing is noticeable through a sharp pain in the chest area, palpitations and shortness of breath. According to the statistics of the research group, we women are mainly affected by broken hearts, which experts also call Takotsubo syndrome is known. For the most part, these are those who have been in a committed relationship for a long time. Often, an unpredictable and sudden separation leads to the dangerous broken heart syndrome. The disease, unfortunately still very unexplored, is a dangerous dysfunction of the heart muscle. Since the signs are very similar to the symptoms of a heart attack, a wrong diagnosis is often made, which severely limits the doctors in the necessary treatment.

Is there then also a "happy heart syndrome"?

The researchers from "European Sociology of Cardiology" were actually able to prove in their study that Takotsubo syndrome can also set in at an overwhelming moment of happiness. These triggering feelings of happiness spread in us, for example, at a wedding, the marriage proposal or the confirmation of a pregnancy. This "happy heart syndrome" occurs only in much rarer cases, but is therefore no less dangerous than the "broken heart syndrome" because it has the same symptoms and causes. So touching happiness can also be the reason for a broken heart!