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Special Issue (Ongoing): Advancements in psycho-cardiology research worldwide

Guest Editors: Inviting

The field of psycho-cardiology is evolving rapidly, with new insights and discoveries emerging all the time. It explores the intricate connections between mental/psychological disorders and cardiovascular diseases (CVD).

One of the key areas of research in psycho-cardiology is the role of chronic stress in the progression and worsening of heart disease. Intense emotions such as high mental stress, tension, anxiety, and anger are often associated with a considerable number of CVD cases. The range of emotional factors mentioned above could significantly alter the progression of CVD and the underlying mechanisms that drive it. Unfortunately, most researchers are not aware of this underlying risk.

The purpose of this issue is to present a panorama of psycho-cardiology progressing in various countries and regions, delivering cutting-edge scientific works to keep clinical physicians and research scientists up to date. We hope that this issue will offer insights into the mind-body healthy path guided by psycho-cardiology and lead to better lives for patients worldwide.

We will publish papers with particular (but not exclusive) emphasis on the following topics:

1.Overview of progress in psycho-cardiology research in various countries or regions.
2.Psycho-cardiology which studies the relationship between mental/psychological factors and CVD and the influence of controlling these factors on the outcome of CVD. Examples include: personality and hypertension, stress and myocardial infarction, anxiety and myocardial ischemia, etc. In particular, we welcome the clinical study of other comorbidities in patients with psycho-cardiac diseases, such as the treatment of diabetes, or gastric ulcer etc.

For submission, please go to ed[email protected] or submit online through the website: https://www.heartmindjournal.org/submitarticle.asp before 30th , September, 2023. Articles in any formats including original research, editorials, reviews, clinical reports, and commentaries will be considered.

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