If you are one of those who experience everything with accompanying symptoms such as heart palpitations, rapid heartbeat or heavy breathing, do not underestimate these symptoms.
Even positive emotions are dangerous!
Emotion does not disappear without a trace
There are people who react too emotionally even to positive things, and this obviously does not benefit the body. However, few people are able (and especially willing) to admit everything they feel to an expert. A lot of things happen in our lives that we don’t like to talk about even with our best friend, but they leave visible scars on our psyche and body.
Replace the floppy disk in the head
If only it were that easy, right? Someone is too passionate about their work and lives it too much, others don’t leave their heart unresponsive at every major family event, and forbidden loves are a special chapter. However, the “disabled” know very well what an emotional explosion causes them, especially when the body reacts with increased and rather unpleasant activity. If intensely experienced emotional states are repeated, it is, in short, a great burden for the heart. If we don’t know or can’t handle it ourselves, then trouble comes. To this can be added a feeling of shame and fear to see a doctor with these problems, but if our priority is to live better, treatment (even if only preventive) is simply necessary. Otherwise, a more serious and life-threatening diagnosis can happen to us even at a young age.
Heart experts warn!
“Every strong emotion, or strongly experienced – whether it is positive or negative, it clearly does not have a good effect on the heart. It triggers a cascade of different chemical events, until it ends with heart palpitations and often increased blood pressure values, in the worst case, even a more serious disability such as a heart or brain attack. Life as such is about feeling good, or should be, so any unpleasant feeling throws us out of balance and disturbs the harmony of our physiological processes. And then it’s just a jump to the manifestation of the so-called psychosomatic diseases. It is, of course, about experiencing a given emotion, in which we are all individual. However, not one of the mentioned symptoms should definitely go unnoticed”, warns cardiologist MUDr. Eva Hrbatá.
Text: Monika Schönová for Žena.Pravda.sk