Risk of heart attack tripled by exercising while angry, study finds

Risk of heart attack tripled by exercising while angry, study finds
 

Attempting to “blow off steam” through vigorous exercise could triple the risk of a heart attack within the hour, experts say.
Being very upset or angry more than doubles the risk of a heart attack within an hour, while heavy physical exertion does the same, a worldwide study suggested. But combining the two – such as using extreme exercise as a way of calming down – increases the risk even further.
Experts said the study – the biggest of its kind – provides evidence of a “crucial link” between mind and body.
The research, published in the American Heart Association’s journal Circulation,... read more

 
10 October 2016 in Health, Views: 39
Source: Guardian
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