Heart failure not only causes physical symptoms that have an impact on your well-being, it can also cause feelings and emotions such as anxiety, anger, sadness and depression.
By recognising that these emotions are a normal part of adjusting to your condition, you can take positive steps that can help you feel better. In fact, learning how to manage feelings is an important aspect of managing your heart failure, along with the use of effective medicines and adopting a healthy lifestyle.
This section looks at the range of emotions you may experience because of your heart failure and how you can best deal with them.
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