Monday, October 22, 2012

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Anger is good for your health

Ironically, this particular emotion actually reduces the negative impact of stress, according to scientists. It increases blood flow to part of the brain which is involved in experiencing positive feelings, a study has discovered. People who bottle up their emotions tend to suffer from depression, stress and anxiety while those who express their anger are more likely to experience a release in which causes instant stress relief and boost in mood. So let it out, be upset, get mad and you'll most likely live a little longer!


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