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Study Links Anger Outbursts to Heart Health Risks

A recent US study suggests that brief episodes of anger may pose a risk to heart health by causing stress in the lining of blood vessels. Led by Dr. Daichi Shimbo from Columbia University Irving Medical Centre, the research highlights a potential link between frequent angry outbursts and increased risk of heart disease and stroke.

While previous studies hinted at a connection between anger and heart health, this research sheds light on the mechanisms behind it, emphasizing the importance of maintaining a calm state for optimal blood vessel function. Interestingly, feelings of anxiety and sadness did not elicit the same response in blood vessels, despite their known associations with heart problems.

Published in the Journal of the American Heart Association, the study underscores the significance of negative emotions in cardiovascular health, urging further exploration into their impact on heart attack and stroke risk.

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