Did You Know That…Emotional Heart…

Did you know that besides the physical heart you also have an emotional heart?

The emotional heart is, as the name says, strongly connected to emotions. The emotional heart is the central wisdom of feeling, with its own little brain or cardiac nervous system made up of neurons similar to those in the brain. The heart has its own intelligence and the neurological system and its electromagnetic field is much more powerful than the brain’s. The health of the physical heart also depends on the state of the emotional heart.

Emotions like love, anger, sadness, depression, loneliness, hostility, hate, despair, and grief can affect the function and rhythms of your heart.

What is emotional heart attack?

Emotional heart attack or broken heart syndrome is a condition with symptoms that may feel like a heart attack, chest pain, shortness of breath, and irregular heartbeat. This condition is usually caused by the emotional stress, trauma, or sudden death of someone you love. Sometimes we become more emotional when we go through difficult or stressful times.

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Ways to improve heart health include:

  • Maintain healthy body weight
  • Reduce saturated fats
  • Quit smoking
  • Reduce alcohol intake
  • Eat more whole foods naturally rich in fiber
  • Cut down sodium
  • Avoid sugar
  • Regular exercise
  • Avoid red and processed meat
  • Include whole grains in your diet
  • Maintain good oral health

How can you make your heart happy?

  • Reduce stress
  • Ensure healthy sleep
  • Practice gratitude, forgiveness, blessings and non-judgement
  • Share your problems with a friend
  • Listen to the music
  • Dance – your heart loves to dance

Love is good for your heart. Having loving and supporting friends and family helps with recovery from surgery, emotional breakdown, or to overcome problems in life. Allow yourself to feel the love and spread that love from your heart and share it with the world.

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➥ DISCLAIMER: This post is not intended to replace medical treatment. The information provided is for educational purposes only and does not constitute medical advice.