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devastating sorrow and despair

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02 percent of people get admitted to hospitals in the United States after suffering broken heart syndrome - also known as stress-induced cardiomyopathy or takotsubo cardiomyopathy (TTC) - without realizing that what they are experiencing was in fact not a heart attack.
Huddersfield consultant cardiologist Dr Jeremy Butts explained that broken heart syndrome can occur during highly stressful or emotional times, such as a painful break-up, the death of a spouse, the loss of a job or extreme anger.
The precise cause of broken heart syndrome is not known, but medical experts believe that surging adrenaline from a stressful event "stuns" the heart, which triggers changes in heart muscle cells or coronary blood vessels, or both, and prevents the left ventricle from effectively pumping blood.
A PENSIONER died of a broken heart days after his wife passed away, relatives have revealed.
Some researchers believe that, besides bringing on a lot of misery, in extreme cases a broken heart can have decidedly deadly consequences.
It is thought around 6,000 heart attacks in the UK each year could be down to broken heart syndrome.
Paramedics think Marjorie died of a heart attack, "literally a broken heart," said their grieving daughter Christine, 67.
Now experts say the shock of losing her baby could have led to her sudden death effectively due to a broken heart, the Mirror reported.
Summary: Speaking at her premiere in London, Katy Perry revealed her top four tips to mending a broken heart.
So suddenly you left me, we never said goodbye, you left me with a broken heart, I just don't know why, I still shed tears as my heart cries out, I love you Allan Sutherland.
Broken heart syndrome is also known as takotsubo cardiomyopathy, stress cardiomyopathy, left ventricular apical ballooning syndrome, or ampulla-shaped cardiomyopathy.
February is National Mend a Broken Heart Month and the first step in repairing your heart is to recognize the "tool" causing the problem, or so says relationship specialist and "Good Morning America" advice guru finalist Ish Major, who explains that men can be as simple to understand as the tools hanging in a garage.
The Broken Heart Calculator multiplies the number of months you spent with a loved one by the average number of days per week you were together (divided by 2) & shows you how many months it will take to heal.
Japanese researchers first described the broken heart syndrome in the early 1990s, which is medically known as Takotsubo cardiomyopathy (TC).
A hot cup of lavender tea, brought to you by a friend, is wonderful for alleviating a broken heart.