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This is really a great post and very informative. I had fun reading this article and its very useful for everybody. Its important that we need to look after our health especially concerning about heart. There are a lot of illness that has something to do to make our heart ill like stress and depression. I think this kind of illness is also affecting teens and students that should be guided by the parents.
This is such an interesting post I just saw this on the news!
Thanks for writing this very useful information you have provided for me cheers!
I suffered from an abnormal cardiac rhythm after being abandoned by my husband of 16 years via a text message. It is interesting to read some of the science behind my symptoms. I am thankful that I was in good health prior to the trauma, as I believe that helped me make it through.
“And how can you mend a broken heart? How can you stop the rain from falling down?…. Please help me mend my broken heart and let me live again.
My chest hurts from broken heart for 3 years now!
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