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Health Risks Of Anger That You Should Know

 

According to Healthline, when someone is angry, is body releases stress hormones, such as cortisol, noradrenaline and adrenaline. And it can affect the heart rate, body temperature, breathing rate, and blood pressure.

Uncontrolled anger can lead to a constant flood of stress hormones, which can badly affect your health.

Anger that is constant and extreme can also lead to below condition.


1. Backaches


2. Headaches


3. Hypertension, or high blood pressure


4. Insomnia


5. Irritable bowel syndrome or other digestive disorders


6. Skin disorders


7. A stroke


8. A heart attack


9. A reduced pain threshold


10. A weakened immune system, which can result in more infections, colds, and the flu


Emotional and mental problems of frequent, unmanaged anger include.


1. Depression and moodiness


2. Eating disorders


3. Alcohol or drug abuse


4. Self-harm and suicidal ideation


5. Low self-esteem


Learning to control your anger has emotional, social, and physical benefits.

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