Anger Health Effects: If you also get angry too much, then calm down, otherwise you will become a patient of heart and mind!

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Due to anger, the electrical system of your heart can deteriorate.
Excessive anger has a direct effect on the cardiovascular system.

Anger Effects On Heart & Brain: Anger is considered normal in today’s run-of-the-mill life. Most of the people get angry many times a day on some or the other thing. Some people’s nature is such that they get very angry very soon, while some people avoid anger by laughing. If you are also among those people who get angry more on every matter, then there is a need to be careful. By doing this you can cause serious harm to yourself. You must be shocked to hear, but this thing is completely correct. Excessive anger worsens the functioning of our body and increases the risk of many diseases. Know about this in detail.

This is how anger affects the body

New York Times report According to this, anger has a great effect on our body and mind. Excessive anger can create a ripple effect throughout the body, from the cardiovascular system to the nervous system. Due to this, the three major organs of our body, heart, brain and intestines are affected to a great extent. For a short time, anger can prove to be beneficial for us in some ways, but doing so for a long time does more harm. Experts always advise to control anger, so that diseases can be avoided.

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Anger can be the cause of heart attack

According to Dr. Ilan Shor Wittstein, a cardiologist at John Hopkins Hospital in the American city of Baltimore, anger has a bad effect on the arteries of our heart and can also damage the heart’s electrical system. For those who are patients of cardiovascular disease, anger can be most dangerous for them. Anger increases blood pressure and constricts blood vessels. In such a condition, clots can form inside the arteries and this can stop the supply of blood to the heart. In such a condition heart attack occurs and many times people die.

This is how it affects the brain and intestines

According to experts, by getting angry many times, the fight and flight response of our brain gets turned on. This increases brain activity. This often happens in emergency conditions. However, due to anger, this happening again and again can damage the brain. Due to this, you can take wrong decisions and due to this your memory week starts happening. Now let’s talk about the connection between intestines and brain. If there is any problem in your brain due to anger, then it directly affects gut health. Due to excessive anger, you may have problems like restlessness, stomach ache and loss of appetite.

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