The earth instantly gathers as the village as the globe.
Expression by the Bipolar and the Schizophrenia is no longer surreal, rather real in communication.
Pseudoscience science comes alive.
“The COVID-19 pandemic has brought about multiple levels of stress in people’s lives across the country and world. People are not only worried about themselves or their families becoming ill, they are dealing with economic and emotional issues, societal problems and potential loneliness and isolation,” said Dr. Ankur Kalra, a cardiologist at Cleveland Clinic who led the study, published in JAMA Network Open on Thursday, in a press release. “The stress can have physical effects on our bodies and our hearts, as evidenced by the increasing diagnoses of stress cardiomyopathy we are experiencing.”
Life fences in online as the individual are very free as self-quarantine.
“While the pandemic continues to evolve, self-care during this difficult time is critical to our heart health, and our overall health,” said Dr. Grant Reed, senior author on the study, said in the press release. “For those who feel overwhelmed by stress, it’s important to reach out to your health care provider. Exercise, meditation and connecting with family and friends, while maintaining physical distance and safety measures, can also help relieve anxiety.”
Self-sufficiency as the primitive as self-care.
[Quotes from “People.com/Health”]
Cases of ‘Broken Heart Syndrome’ Have Increased During the Coronavirus Pandemic, Study Finds
The syndrome feels similar to a heart attack, and can occur in people dealing with physical or emotional stress
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