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Cardiologist Dr. Tiffany Sizemore shares that she sees people suffering from cardiophobia - or a fear of having a heart attack - every single day in her office. She shares that many people have deep anxiety due to a family history or risk factors like diabetes, and some people experience fear-inducing panic attacks that can feel like a heart attack. Find out what Dr. Sizemore recommends for helping to calm your cardiophobia nerves!