Everyone gets angry; it’s a normal emotion.
How you handle your anger can make all the difference to your heart. Letting your anger out explosively can be harmful because it triggers surges in stress hormones and injures blood vessel linings. When you have a destructive reaction to anger, you're more likely to have heart attacks.
Studies reveal a positive outlook reduces your heart attack risk by one-third and very optimistic people have lower risks of dying from heart disease.
Learning to communicate your anger assertively can help you feel happier and enjoy healthier relationships.
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