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Explosive People May Be At Greater Risk For Heart Diseases
Expressing anger in reasonable ways can be healthy. Being able to tell people that you are angry can be extremely functional. But studies show that explosive people who hurl objects or scream at others may be at greater risk for heart disease, as well as those who harbor suppressed rage.
Emotions such as anger and hostility quickly activate the so called “fight or flight response” of the reptilian brain. As a result stress hormones, including adrenaline and cortisol, speed up your heart rate and breathing and give you a burst of energy. The blood pressure also rises as your blood vessels constrict.
Who wants to continue to blow off steam by yelling and smashing things with this knowledge? And there are a lot of other good reasons to stay centered and mentally balanced.