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Hot temper may raise heart attack risk

Latest Update: May 12, 2015 | 188 Views
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New study carried out by the US researchers has suggested that hot-tempered people are threatened by higher risk of heart and circulatory problems.

Results of nine studies and monitoring thousands of people unraveled that in a period of about two hours immediately after an angry outburst, risk of a heart attack increased nearly five-fold and risk of stroke increased more than three-fold.