CBT reduces recurrent heart attacks and cardivascular events

CBT reduces recurrent heart attacks and other cardiovascular events is reported in a study to appear in this week's Proceedings of the National Academy of Science.

Using a randomized control trial of 362men and women who were discharged from Uppsala University hospital after a coronary heart disease event, 162 patients were randomly put into a CBT group.

The CBT group were had 41% lower rate of both fatal and non-fatal heart events, 45% few recurrent heart attacks and a significantly lower death rate than patients in the traditional care group.

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Nov 10, 2015
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by: Buñi

Now You in this post you try to highlighted the benefits of CBT which reduces the recurrent heart attacks and also helpful in Cardiovascular events. The plus point of that post is you showed that how CBT work and benefits come out which is not easy to explain. But your way of expressing is amazing and hope everyone can understand it easily. However, i want to get dissertation writing but this website have a lot of informative topics related to Stress and its solutions.

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