ALTERNATIVES: Helping patients with heart failure manage stress
JON SESKEVICH RN, CHTP, BSN
HELEN GABERT RN, CS, MPH
ANN CHARLES ARRT, MR
MICHAEL S. CUFFE MD

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Nursing2014
October 2005 
Volume 35  Number 10
Pages 23 - 23
 
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ABSTRACT

HEART FAILURE (HF) is the number one reason elderly Americans are hospitalized. Research has shown that psychosocial factors, especially anxiety and emotional stress, are significant prognostic indicators. By using mind-body and behavioral techniques to reduce stress, you can help your patient relax and cope with his condition better.


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