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The exact reasons for the increased quantity of heart attacks through the holiday season aren't clear, but most industry experts agree that the probably trigger is tension. We're tying up loose ends at work while trying to find the best present for everyone. We're cooking meals for our families and making programs for holiday parties. Bottom line, we're overloaded. Related StoriesGood sleep patterns are good for your heartMarriage position linked to survival outcomes following cardiac surgeryBrain wellness: how can you decrease cognitive decline? An interview with Heather Snyder, Ph.D. The very first thing to identify is that vacations are always nerve-racking, Santos said. You need to be able to manage that and try not to get all caught up to make everything perfect. Don't let all of the holiday activities reach you.Sue Davies, 72, from Chrishall near Royston, a retired domestic appliance demonstrator, in November 2008 was identified as having ovarian cancer, after visiting the doctor with persistant indigestion. Related StoriesNew RNA test of blood platelets can be used to identify area of cancerStudy shows uncommon HER2 missense mutations do not spread breasts cancer on their ownCornell biomedical engineers develop 'super natural killer cells' to destroy cancer cells in lymph nodesShe is being treated for advanced ovarian cancers at Addenbrookes Medical center and is taking part in a study funded by Cancer Study UK.