How to Cure Your Broken Heart…for Good
Anyone can experience the sadness of heartbreak. It doesn’t have to be as dramatic as the tears of a bride left at the altar or a mother watching her son being dragged off in handcuffs. It can result when a longtime relationship fails. It can even hit you after a short, but intense relationship ends. The trauma associated with a broken heart is very real and tangible.
Through rapid resolution therapy for heartbreak, you’ll discover that the pain causes more than emotional trauma, though your feelings play an enormous role in the condition. The stress associated with the situation that caused your broken heart actually can lead to a physical condition called broken-heart syndrome. Medically, it’s referred to as takotsubo cardiomyopathy or stress-induced cardiomyopathy.
Without treatment, the condition can lead to severe consequences, including heart muscle failure, heart attack and even death, according to the American Heart Association. While heartbreak can strike anyone, the AHA reports that women are more susceptible to crushing, sudden chest pains because of the release of intense stress hormones that take place in response to a traumatic, heartbreaking event. Fortunately, rapid resolution therapy for heartbreak is a proven, highly successful cure.
Symptoms Are Very Real
The trigger that leads to broken heart syndrome is a terribly sad and disappointing event, such as divorce, the death of a loved one, separation, rejection or betrayal. But stress-induced cardiomyopathy can be triggered even by extreme excitement, such as winning the lottery. In most cases, however, rapid resolution therapy for heartbreak reveals pain that just won’t go away.
In addition to the severe sadness you undergo before you find a broken heart cure, the stress from a broken heart also can lead to:
- Chest pains or angina
- Shortness of breath
- Irregular heartbeat or arrhythmias
- Reduced blood flow
- Cardiogenic shock
Since the symptoms so closely resemble a heart attack, your medical doctor can rule out a heart attack prior to beginning the process of rapid resolution therapy for heartbreak through a variety of tests. The results usually indicate the difference between a stress-induced broken heart and a heart attack — and can tell you if you need medical treatment. For example:
- Blood tests can show if there was physical damage to the heart.
- An EKG also can rule out a heart attack.
- Following a heart attack, you are left with signs of artery blockage.
- Unusual movement of the lower left ventricle shows up in tests after a heart attack.
- Rapid resolution therapy for heartbreak is effective and quick as a broken heart cure, whereas recovery from a heart attack may take up to a month or more.
But it’s the long-term emotional effects of a broken heart that can fuel ongoing trauma and problems in your life. While the event may be long behind you, deeper feelings stemming from the event can continue as if it’s still going on, affecting everything from your relationships to your self-esteem and decision-making processes. Without some kind of rapid resolution therapy for heartbreak, an untreated broken heart can lead to a host of mental health issues, including:
- Undirected anger
- Broken relationships
- Financial irresponsibility
And the circle continues. Without a broken heart cure, the stress mounts, leading to even more physical challenges ranging from irritable bowel syndrome and heartburn to chronic heart disease.
Rapid Resolution Therapy for Heartbreak Solutions
Rapid resolution therapy, also called RRT, is a highly effective holistic therapeutic technique that can lead to long-term healing of a broken heart. It can help you create new life experiences through positive behavior changes. It literally can heal a broken heart, leaving you whole and healthy.
RRT does not force you to relive the past event that broke your heart; instead, it’s designed to eliminate the negative effects of the event. The conflicts that resulted from the heart-breaking experience are identified and resolved. Once your counselor has pinpointed the source of your ongoing emotional problems, rapid resolution therapy for heartbreak serves as a broken heart cure, allowing you to finally put the past behind you, leaving you free to create positive change in your life.
Certified practitioners of rapid resolution therapy for heartbreak and other traumatic events, such as Sheila McKeon of Positive Transformations, first identify the obstacles that are blocking your ability to change. Sheila creates an experience in the emotional brain to resolve the conflict by changing the meaning that you attached to the event. Since you aren’t required to relive the heartbreaking situation, your actual time in the session may prove to be surprisingly easy, not heavily burdened with emotional baggage.
How It Works
When you undergo rapid resolution therapy for heartbreak, unlike other forms of therapy, you will learn to access the deeper levels of your mind that usually have little to do with logic. Instead, you tap into the creative parts of your mind that respond to imagery, different ways of speaking and sensory experiences.
Through mild, easy-to-achieve hypnosis, Sheila relies on both the conscious and subconscious parts of your mind to achieve the broken heart cure. Because the work takes place at such a deep level, you can begin to see improvement very quickly, often in one or two sessions. Sessions usually are reserved in three-hour increments to achieve the “rapid” aspect of the therapy. And rather than feeling drained and worn out after a heart-breaking retelling of the story that caused your heartbreak, chances are you will leave each session feeling lighter and invigorated.
A Lasting Broken Heart Cure
Through the process of rapid resolution therapy for heartbreak, you finally can let go of past events that left you in despair. Your quality of life will drastically improve in the most painless way possible. And the effects are permanent. Instead of spending years in talk therapy, you finally can begin to achieve your goals, move into fulfilling relationships without fear, take appropriate risks, and once again trust wholeheartedly.
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The traps that kept you locked in the past are removed. You’ve found a broken heart cure that lasts through rapid resolution therapy for heartbreak. Please contact us if you have any questions about this process. We look forward to helping you achieve your highest good at Positive Transformations.