Recovering from Brain Fog After Surviving Cardiac Arrest

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Surviving a sudden cardiac arrest can be a traumatic experience, both physically and mentally. Many survivors report struggling with persistent issues of memory loss, difficulty concentrating, and reduced cognitive function collectively referred to as “brain fog.” While brain fog can be incredibly frustrating, it does not have to stop survivors from regaining quality of life … Read more

The Healing Power of Expressive Writing for Post SCA Issues

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For those who have endured an SCA, or those who care for them, a wide range of emotions can emerge. Feelings of shock, fear, anger, guilt, and grief may surface, alongside physical symptoms like chest pain, shortness of breath, fatigue, and insomnia. These reactions are entirely normal following such a traumatic occurrence and can have … Read more