Heartbreak: Understanding the Pain behind the Ache

The Science of Heartbreak: Navigating the Physical and Emotional Effects of a Broken Heart

Heartbreak can be a physically and emotionally painful experience for many people. In this episode, we delve into the science behind heartbreak and how it affects our brains and bodies. We speak with neuroscientist Prof. Lucy Brown, who explains the emotional and physical responses that occur during heartbreak and how they can feel overwhelming.

We also explore the impact of heartbreak on the body, discussing the physiological changes that can occur as a result of a broken heart. Understanding how heartbreak affects our physical health can help us navigate the healing process more effectively.

However, getting over heartbreak is not an easy task. We offer insights and tips on how to cope with the emotional pain and move forward, emphasizing the importance of self-care and seeking support from loved ones during this challenging time.

If you or someone you know is struggling to move on from abuse, there are resources available to provide help and assistance. This episode was produced by a team of talented individuals and features input from various scientists specializing in the field of heartbreak research. It is part of the Science Vs podcast series, a Spotify Studios Original that offers engaging and informative content on a wide range of scientific topics. Listen for free on Spotify or your preferred podcast platform and follow for episode notifications.

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