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If you feel like you may be affected by what is discussed / shared in the survey, here are some further contacts:
You can contact British Heart Foundation’s Heart Helpline
British Heart Foundation has clear, simple information you can trust. If you are waiting for heart surgery, recovering from a heart attack or want help living with a heart condition such as heart failure or atrial fibrillation, we are here to support you.
Experienced cardiac nurses can help with lots of queries and concerns about heart and circulatory diseases, and their risk factors. You can call, email or chat online with them.
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Or you can access online and local support groups that provide spaces where patients and carers can share knowledge, experiences and practical help with each other.
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If you are having a difficult time in life it helps to talk about it. For a confidential chat you can contact:
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- Shout (https://giveusashout.org/) by texting ‘Shout’ to 85258