Xarelto Lawsuit Oklahoma
If you or a loved one took the medication Xarelto® and suffered a serious internal bleeding event, stroke or the death of a loved one, please call us today for a free, no obligation consultation. Call Toll Free 1-866-777-2557 or fill out our online contact form and a lawyer will get back to you as soon as possible to answer your questions. There are no legal fees or costs to you unless you receive financial compensation at the end of the case.
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Emotional Feelings of Someone Who Suffered a Heart Attack
When a person goes through something as serious and as frightening as a heart attack, surely they are experiencing a wide range of emotions. At the top of the list of emotions is fear. They might fear death, fear having another heart attack or fear for the lives of their children or loved ones they would leave behind if anything happened to them.
Feeling anger about having a heart attack is also common. A person may say to themselves “why me?” The heart attack sufferer might also feel guilt that they put their family through this heartbreak and worry about their health. Feelings of depression set in after a heart attack as well. You might feel like you can’t do the things you used to and suddenly you are faced with lifestyle, diet and other changes in your life.
It is important to know that all these signs are normal and fairly common. Being open with your doctor about these signs is important to being on top of the treatment for your emotional needs. Allow your family and friends to help you if you are going through this time so you do not feel alone.
Support for Your Friend of Family Member
After a heart attack, the one who suffered is going through the emotional roller coaster that we listed above. Some may even experience some euphoria due to the fact that they lived from such a terrible medical problem. When that fades, they will need constant support. Being there for them and listening to their concerns is one of the best things you can do for your friend or family member after a heart attack.
Do not be afraid to mention to them if you become concerned about a particular emotion like depression. You will also want to support them in their lifestyle changes. If they need to stop smoking, be supportive and helpful with this step. Dieting and exercising are also big parts of recovery and heart attack prevention and you can help by being a motivator and a partner in their journey. Take on an errand for them, make them a healthy dinner or treat them to a spa certificate. Just being there for them every step of the way is the most important part.
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