Heart Attacks

When Freud And Sorrow Hit The Heart

When Freud And Sorrow Hit The Heart

Heart Attacks
When Freud and Sorrow hit the heart Broken heart syndrome and happy heart syndrome can manifest themselves clinically as a heart attack and lead to an acute heart weakness. There is therefore often a risk of misdiagnosis between the two diseases. Stuttgart - An alleged myocardial is not what it is, but a Broken Heart syndrome in almost five to ten percent of the cases. Or, as we know, we are dealing with a happy heart syndrome. The parallels between the two syndromes and a myocardial infarction are astonishing as far as the symptoms and the acute pump weakness than a heart attack," says Cardiologist Wolfgang Rottbauer from the University Hospital Ulm. Despite all the progress made in recent years, about 30 percent of the heart attack and probably the Broken Heart syndrome patient
A Heart And A Soul

A Heart And A Soul

Heart Attacks
A heart and a soul With online test - heart attack patients do not always have too many pounds on the hips or too much fat in the blood. Often the stress is the cause of their suffering.But, on the part of medicine, much too little attention is paid to how closely the heart is connected with the psyche. Bremen / Stuttgart - Just let your mind go! There is hardly any better precaution than heartfelt life for heart health: it is becoming more and more common in studies of recent years that the hearts of industrious workers and industrious employees are often exhausted. times, "he said," there are no signs of heart disease. "Today, there is no need for a senior post to be treated for heart problems. The stressed heart can be found in all social strata and many professional groups
In The Chest

In The Chest

Heart Attacks
in the chest According to data provided by the German Heart Foundation and the Institute for Heart Attack Research Ludwigshafen, an estimated six million German citizens are suffering from this coronary heart disease (KHK), which is also one of the most frequent hereditary diseases With a health test - With an estimated six million sufferers, the coronary heart disease is the most common disease in Germany. Your most feared manifestation is the infarction. Cardiologists of the German Heart Foundation say what the medicine can do today. Stuttgart - The stairs should not be a problem. Five, six steps up, that's it. And yet one of their own bodies forces to stay halfway up. Too strong is the cutting pain. Only after a short pause does the ending feeling disappear - only to reappe
With The Drill Head At The Heart

With The Drill Head At The Heart

Heart Attacks
With the drill head at the heart Ten years ago a heart cathedral laboratory was set up at the Klinik Kirchheim. Since then, the team headed by Martin Beyer has treated around 15,000 patients. Kirchheim - In the heart cathedral laboratory of the Klinik Kirchheim, 1700 patients are treated each year - about 40 per cent of them because of an acute myocardial infarction. As a success story, Norbert Nadler, head of the Kirchheim-Nürtingen Clinic, describes the facility installed ten years ago. If somewhere in the middle of the night between Neidlingen under the Reichenstein, Erkenbrechtsweiler on the Alb or Wolfschlugen on the Fildern the recalled rescue assistants a patient with appropriate symptoms on the carrier bed rings already with the head physician Martin Beyer or his servi
Ask Dr. Heart

Ask Dr. Heart

Heart Attacks
"Ask Dr. Heart" Most doctors do not like googling patients, but a Berlin cardiologist puts these clientele: Stefan Waller starts a second career as an internet physician Dr. Heart. Experts consider such teaching aids as a good addition to the doctor's visit. Berlin - The Doctor is now available on the Internet . But the doctor can actually be omitted. Stefan Waller makes no difference to the fact that he is addressed with his title. Waller is a cardiologist and an internist. He is not encountered in any practice, but especially in three-minute films on his homepage. He is standing in the white coat before the camera and answers questions that many people ask themselves - but their family doctor never ask. For example, how a heart attack arises and how it changes life. In his expl
Too Sweet For The Heart

Too Sweet For The Heart

Heart Attacks
too sweet for the heart Diabetes is one of the risk factors for myocardial infarction , cardiac insufficiency and rhythm disorders. However, this relationship is not sufficiently respected by doctors and patients, the German Heart Foundation criticizes on the occasion of the heartwarming 2016. Bad Oyenhausen - The 58-year-old diabetic had not noticed anything from the infarction. Well, she'd been short of breath. But she had not had such a typical chest pain for a heart attack. And also the feeling was gone. Her fortune was that she accidentally ran into a doctor from the heart and diabetes center in North Rhine-Westphalia in Bad Oeynhausen. In fact, the examination revealed a severe constriction of the coronary vessels. A vein was even completely closed by the infarction. The do
Actress Carrie Fisher Succumbs To Heart Attack

Actress Carrie Fisher Succumbs To Heart Attack

Heart Attacks
Actress Carrie Fisher succumbs to heart attack In the mind - and in the heart - of the greatest number, she was the princess Leia, the heroine all white dressed in Star Wars. But she was was 60 years old. Daughter of  Debbie Reynolds (who survives her) and mother of actress Billie Lourd, Carrie Fisher did not just play in front of the camera. She was great on stage (last banter and verve words of her own. Because she also had a feather full of humor and self-deprecation, which one could discover in  Wishful Drinking  (adapted from her one-woman show). She put it in  The Princess Diarist , which was published last month. As an , it was possible to see her in  Hannah and Her Sisters ,  The Blues Brothers, When Harry Met Sally . On television, she made appearances in 30 Rock, Wee
Women’s Hearts Weaken More

Women’s Hearts Weaken More

Heart Attacks
women's hearts weaken more More women die from heart disease than from cancer. Often because they are examined in Germany rare to certain heart disease than men, says the Heart Report 2016.Photo: dpa Significantly more women than men die from cardiac insufficiency, rhythm disorders and valve disorders. The experts of the German Heart Foundation explain why they are often poorly treated with medical attention and how they can better protect their heart. Berlin - The heart of women is under stress. It strikes too fast, too irregular. It hops and falls out of line. The often fatal: According to the data of the cardiac report 2016 of on Wednesday in Berlin by the  has been presented, died in 2015 just 198,626  compared to 157,999 men especially to heart disease as a valvular disea
Too Much Pressure In The System

Too Much Pressure In The System

Heart Attacks
Too much pressure in the system   As young people rush through their lives, their blood pressure rises gradually and unintentionally. They receive the receipt for this in later years, when heart and kidneys are damaged when stroke or myocardial infarction occurs. On the underestimated national disease, hypertension. The elderly lady was nervous and alive until her doctor had an alarmingly high blood pressure. From then on, she was to swallow tablets daily, the side effects of which aroused the oppressive feeling of being tired, old, and sick. The temptation to reduce these tablets too quickly or to ignore them in the backmost corner is great and a dilemma for doctors. For this is the crux of hypertension: Man can suffer from it for many years without feeling any discomfor
Felt symptoms before the onset of a heart attack

Felt symptoms before the onset of a heart attack

Heart Attacks
A heart attack does not occur always with an overwhelming pain in the chest. Duke University Medical Center researchers have found in an extensive research, there are many cases of myocardial infarction silent, often resulting in loss of life. Symptoms felt organic level before an attack can occur with weeks or months before the heart attack, even if they are mild, vague, almost all painful and seemingly unrelated to a potential cardiac dysfunction of the device. Another research study suggest that a third of patients who have suffered a heart attack experienced no chest pain. Most of them are older, female or diabetics.   Silent heart attack  Silent heart attack has no obvious symptoms and can occur without the patient achieve is going through. In the medical world