AIMAN INAM WASHINGTON D.C: Broken heart syndrome is a momentary heart state, which triggers by traumatic circumstances, predominantly the demise of a loved one. People suffering from this syndrome are likely to have an unexpected upper body ache. In scientific terminology, it is also known as takotsubo cardiomyopathy, apical ballooning syndrome or stress cardiomyopathy. People often misunderstood the warning signs of broken heart syndrome as a heart stroke or attack. Some of the general symptoms include chest pain and breathing difficulties. The accurate cause of this ailment is yet to be known. However, it has been discovered that a flow of stress hormones like adrenaline could affect the hearts of a few individuals for a while. An unexpected death of a loved one, a terrifying medicinal diagnosis, domestic violence, bankruptcy, natural tragedies, surprise bash, fear of facing crowd, divorce and physical stressors such as an asthma attack, a car accident or major surgery are some of the triggers of this disease. On the other hand, it has also been revealed that it causes due to the consumption of some specific drugs like Epinephrine used to cure adverse allergies and asthma attack, Duloxetine or Venlafaxine for treating depression and
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