Chest pain stress
There is help available for chest pain stress.
If you have chest pain, then it is advisable to get medical help as soon as possible; to get treatment and to get a diagnosis, your doctor can put your mind at rest and rule out serious medical conditions through accurate and simple testing.
One of the symptoms of a heart attack (Acute myocardial infarction, AMI) is chest pain, and because of this, members of the public believe they are having a heart attack when they get chest pain. Some people are at high risk of a heart attack, also remember that heart attacks can happen even if you are not at risk, and they can happen without warning. The cause of a heart attack is when the blood supply is interrupted to a part of the heart, causing heart cells to die.
It is worth remembering, however, that chest pain does not always indicate an acute myocardial infarction, it is possible that other health issues are responsible for the chest pain, these other type of heart related conditions may be:
Aortic Dissection: This can take place when the interior layer of the aorta’s wall splits open
Pericarditis :This is a puffy swelliing of the fine, sac-like membrane surrounding the heart
Coronary Spasm: This comes about when the artery wall muscles momentarily and temporarily constrict
Angina : When a section of your heart isn’t receiving enough blood, then you may experience chest pain.
Chest pain can also be caused by other illnesses that are not related to the heart:
GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease)
Back pain radiating through to the chest
Gall bladder conditions
What causes stress?
Your thoughts can cause you stress; worrying about the future, unable to stop thinking, thinking negative thoughts, feeling depressed and anxious, being in a highly stressful job or home situation, relationship issues, fear of death, financial worries, and the list goes on……
You may have other symptoms of stress:
Unable to concentrate, increased anger, obesity, substance abuse, exhaustion, other health issues.
How can you help yourself with chest pain stress?
Firstly, by making the decision ‘I can reduce my stress’, taking back control of your life by taking steps to address your stress issues. Sometimes it does take effort to really look after yourself particularly if you are the carer of others, being a busy mother, for example, understanding the theory of the Drama triangle helps us to stop rescuing others to try to meet our needs, taking care of ourselves means ironically we can assist others more effectively.
Like other health conditions that are caused by stress, your chest pain stress can be reduced or eliminated:
Use the following methods:
· Seeking some support by going to a qualified and accreditated; life coach, counsellor, psychotherapist, hypnotherapist, acupuncturist, scenar therapist
· Stop overworking
· Get enough rest and sleep
· Tranquil mind relaxation
· Spending time with family and friends
· Reading a good book
· Reduce caffeine, processed foods, sugar, alcohol, street drugs
· Limit TV, radio and computer, particularly before sleep.
· Home use Scenar
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