Friday, January 27, 2023

Broken Heart Killing More Women In Ghana Than Malaria–Research


Shocking! Millions of Ghanaians die of broken heart each day than malaria, according to latest research.

The research reveals that ‘although malaria is a killer disease the rate at which people in Ghana die of it has slowed down drastically in the past 10 years compared to broken heart‘.

However, ‘a significant number of people have died in the last decade and continue to die as a result of heartbreak coming from crumbling relationships’, the researchers stated in a yet-to-be published document sighted by Kasatintin.com.

The study further observed that lately, most Ghanaians, young and old prefer to engage themselves in ‘too risky and complex sexual relationships’ due to external cultural influence.


It maintained that ‘females relatively suffer emotional shocks than their male counterpart as they are weak emotionally and highly dependent on men for economic survival’.

VIDEO: Taxi driver shares broken heart story–lady dumped him after he sponsored her up to University

The study predicted that half of Ghanaian women will likely end up in the mental hospital in the next 5years because they stress themselves too much when they are in a relationship.


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Research shows that in the first 30 days after break up, your risk of dying significantly increases.


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