Study Finds That Heart Attack Patients Are Often Not Appropriately Treated for Stress

 

A recent study conducted in Sweden found that people who have heart attacks are often not prescribed with antidepressant medication after they have a cardiac event, even though stress and depression greatly increase a person’s risk factor for having a heart attack. In order to keep their stress levels nominal, heart attack patients should make it a point to regularly engage in stress busting activities such as walking, listening to calming music and getting regular massage sessions.

Read the full article here: https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/04/160416094623.htm

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