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Heart to heart - heart disease and your emotional health

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Series : Fight for every heartbeat

Published : 2014
Page Length : 19
Format : Booklet A5
Supplier : N/A
Publisher : British Heart Foundation

If someone has a heart condition and they are experiencing emotional upheaval, they are not alone. This booklet describes common emotional reactions to having problems with the heart and things that can help someone cope. It suggests when and how to get professional support and outlines the different activities and treatments that can help someone deal with their feelings. This booklet is written for anyone with a heart condition and for their family and friends.


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