Woman almost died of a 'broken heart' when her partner betrayed her
If you ever heard that for love nobody dies, it is not as true as we have always thought. In fact, a young woman knew first-hand what it is that your heart aches.
Helen Ross is a beautiful woman. Modeling is her passion and after finishing a relationship of seven years, she decided to resume her step on the runways and move to Florida, in the United States. There she suffered the consequences of the separation.
In a photo shoot, the model fell on the ground. After a while, the doctors explained that her heart stopped beating for a moment due to stress cardiomyopathy and maybe, love.
"I had never heard of broken heart syndrome before it happened to me. I could not believe that a break could physically affect me, to the point of having died," explained Ross, astonished. Follow us on Twitter for more @amomama.
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The girl explained to the media that her family recommended she move away so she will not be tempted to contact Andy, her ex. But the pretty woman never imagined that with less than 24 hours in Florida, her body will shut down "for love."
"The doctors and nurses were really great, they connected me and explained to me that I had to spend the night under observation so they could keep an eye on my heart," the girl said.
Dr. Daniel Hammersley reports that the condition causes a temporary weakening of the heart muscles, which results in the heart's pumping function. Fortunately for patients, recovery is relatively quick in most cases. Two weeks are enough to be standing again.
Hugo, 6 and Henry, 5 are her children and priority to continue living. In addition, the now blonde has a business sales of seats for horses. She also has a collection foundation for supplies for sick children.
A curious fact about this disease is that women are more likely to suffer from it than men, according to the British Heart Foundation.
38-year-old Helen Ross is an excellent modeling professional and now feels much more encouraged to focus on new techniques and training for the entertainment world. Everything if it does not interfere with your time to be a mother.
"We had just bought a house when we broke up," recalls Ross, emphasizing that she never felt that the break in 2006 affected him too much, but a love from childhood always marks a milestone in our lives, and after so many years Ross You can talk and discuss your case so that other women are attentive.
When suffering the attack, Helen felt the presence hurried of its specialists, but before they put the defibrillator to her in the chest her heart retook its pulse. The moment was simply miraculous.
This story reminds us of a heartbroken mother who talked about the grief she experienced after her three-year-old son, Thomas Jones, passed away in his sleep.
He was playing with rollerblades the day before, and Jones said he was fine when bedtime rolled around. They found him unresponsive the following morning, and tried to revive him but to no avail.