How Car Accidents May Trigger Heart Attacks

When motorists are involved in wrecks in Georgia they often suffer injuries like whiplash and sometimes more serious consequences such as broken bones and brain injuries. However, heart attacks resulting from car accidents are often overlooked. Research suggests anxiety linked to car wrecks may cause a condition called Takotsubo Syndrome. The condition is also known as stress-induced cardiomyopathy. Medical experts describe it as a temporary and sudden weakening of the heart muscles, triggered by emotional stress or constant anxiety. Car crash victims may take a long time to recover from physical and emotional injury. Researchers found that most people diagnosed with Takotsubo Syndrome experienced physical or emotional stressors before the onset of the condition. Takotsubo Syndrome can be triggered by factors other than a car wreck like a break-up or the loss of a job. For this reason, the condition is also known as ‘broken heart syndrome.’ The sudden emotional…

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