Cardiovascular disorders and anger (an acute stressor)

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In 2000 Williams undergone a study to see whether anger was related to heart disease. As part of his research he asked 13,000 people to complete a 10-question anger scale, which included questions on whether they were hot-headed, if they felt like hitting someone when they got angry. When the study was taking place none of the participants suffered from heart disease but six years later…


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