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Lovesickness treated with medication? – A survey by Pulzus

Breakup hurts, not to mention that psychological pain may also generate physical pain. According to researchers, a breakup can be the root cause and incentive for many mental illnesses. Furthermore, it can cause physical symptoms that eventually may lead to serious health problems. It can cause nausea, insomnia or even depression.

However, new research suggests that lovesickness may soon be treated with medication. Spanish researchers have shown that propofol, a short-acting anesthetic, can help overcome painful memories.
In the Pulzus application, we asked our users how they deal with lovesickness.

28% of respondents generally do not struggle with lovesickness. 22% prefer to stay away from the world for a while.

When you are lovesick, how do you deal with your pain?
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