Dichotomous approach to the treatmentof arrhythmias: it is impossible to healthe body without healing the soul

Authors: Pronicheva I.V., Mustapaeva Z.V.

Company: Bakoulev National Scientific and Practical Center for Cardiovascular Surgery of Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation; Rublevskoe shosse, 135, Moscow, 121552, Russian Federation

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15275/kreatkard.2017.01.06

For citation: Pronicheva I.V., Mustapaeva Z.V. Dichotomous approach to the treatment of arrhythmias: it is impossible to heal the body without healing the soul. Kreativnaya kardiologiya (Creative Cardiology, Russian journal). 2017; 11 (1): 56–70 (in Russ.). DOI: 10.15275/kreatkard.2017.01.06

Received / Accepted:  February 10, 2017 / February 27, 2017

Keywords: cardiac arrhythmias psychopathological disorders psychosomatic interrelations psychosocial adaptation cardiovascular diseases

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Abstract

A review of studies for psychosomatic relations in cardiac arrhythmias are presented. There are considered psychopathological disorders that make symptoms of arrhythmia worse. Affective and psychosocial risk factors for cardiac diseases are defined. The patients with cardiac arrhythmias have frequently anxiety and hypochondriacal disorders. In addition, end-stage somatopathy is marked by depressive syndromes caused by the severe course of cardiovascular diseases resulting in heart failure. Despite visible progress in research of psychological problems associated with cardiac arrhythmias, a series of issues require in-depth investigation that related to therapy, rehabilitation and prevention activities for this group of patients.

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About Authors

  • Pronicheva Irina Vladimirovna, MD, PhD, Cardiologist;
  • Mustapaeva Zaira Vakhaevna, Cardiologist

Chief Editor

Leo A. Bockeria, MD, PhD, DSc, Professor, Academician of Russian Academy of Sciences, Director of Bakoulev National Medical Research Center for Cardiovascular Surgery