Do you get very angry? A shocking study report

By: 600011 On: May 3, 2024, 2:43 PM


There is no one who is not angry. Some people get very angry even over the smallest things. Anger can lead to throwing things, self-harm, and others. Remember that anger is not really good for health.

Even just a few minutes of being angry can increase the risk of heart attack and stroke, according to a new study. This is stated in a study published in the Journal of the American Heart Association.

Studies show that there is a connection between anger and heart attacks. Researchers say that even a little anger can worsen heart health and increase the risk of heart disease. The study was conducted by researchers at Columbia University Irving Medical Center, Yale School of Medicine, and St. John's University in New York. The study was conducted on 280 healthy adults.

They were divided into four groups and reminded of incidents that made them angry. Their blood samples were collected and blood flow and blood pressure measured during and after anger. The study also says that the researchers found significant changes in blood vessels in those who were angry.

Researchers also point out that being angry for even a few minutes can increase the risk of heart attack and stroke. Researchers say that excessive anger can affect the cardiovascular system and later lead to serious consequences. Glenn Levine from Baylor College of Medicine said the study helps to understand the complex relationship between psychological conditions and heart health.