Friday, December 27, 2013

Expression of negative emotions prolongs life

Expression of negative emotions prolongs life

Temperament Italians and Spaniards lived for nearly two years longer than the stuffy and cold Britons according to research by German scientists.

Researchers from the University of Jena in Germany have discovered that free expression even negative emotions such as anger and resentment has a very positive effect on overall health.

On the other hand, refrain from showing these emotions can have serious consequences for physical and mental health. In the study with the participation of 6,000 people found that people who are themselves suppressed anxiety have a rapid pulse, which eventually leads to high blood pressure and a greater chance of developing serious cardiovascular disease, some types of cancer, if and kidney damage.

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