Emotional Impact of Cardiac Arrest: Are Women at Higher Risk?

Surviving a sudden cardiac arrest is just the first step in what can be a long and difficult recovery process, both physically and emotionally. While we know that many cardiac arrest survivors struggle with anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress, and cognitive issues, new research suggests these emotional challenges may disproportionately affect women. In a study published … Read more

Beyond Revival: Addressing the Unmet Needs of Sudden Cardiac Arrest Survivorship

After the storm of a sudden cardiac arrest comes the aftershock – the long and arduous journey towards recovery that survivors and their loved ones must navigate. What began as an extensive inquiry by the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for Defibrillators into increasing access to these life-saving devices, the story quickly evolved. As the APPG … Read more

A Ray of Hope: Mindfulness-Based Therapy Helps Cardiac Arrest Survivors Heal

Surviving a sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) is an incredibly traumatic experience. While the initial relief of being alive is undeniable, the aftermath can be a harrowing journey. For many SCA survivors, the road to recovery is paved with mental and emotional turmoil, often leading to the development of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). This debilitating condition … Read more

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