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From: HealthDay

Heartbreak Puts Brakes on Heart

HealthDay:

Waiting for another person’s opinion of you will slow your heart, and its rate will dip even further if you get rejected, a new Dutch study has found.

“Unexpected social rejection could literally feel ‘heartbreaking,’ as reflected by a transient slowing of heart rate,” the study authors wrote in a news release from the Association for Psychological Science.

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