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Both are negatives both have negative results on your overall health.


Being angry or being sad aren’t particularly ideal dispositions for sound mental health, but which is worse when it comes to physical health? A new study finds that anger appears to be much more harmful, with the potential to increase one’s risk for ailments like heart disease, arthritis, and even cancer in old age.

Older adults may be more prone to feeling upset as their health worsens and day-to-day tasks grow more challenging. But for those who seem to become angry over the most trivial things, here’s more reason to show greater concern rather than shrug them off as simply becoming the grumpy old men or angry old ladies in our lives.

Researchers say that older adults who regularly show anger are more likely to have higher levels of inflammation, which can lead to numerous chronic illnesses. Inflammation occurs when the immune system attempts to protect the body and fight off bacterial infections and viruses after an injury or when battling an illness.

https://www.studyfinds.org/anger-more-ha...ess-study/
I believe that. I haven't been angry very often in my life, but the times it did happen, right afterwards, I felt completely numb. Sadness hurts, but 'post-angry', I feel nothing. And that's bad :p
I'm not usually angry or sad...But usually always tired despite having a lot of energy all the time Eyeroll
It's harmful to the health of whomever makes me angry.


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(05-14-2019, 02:04 PM)DeadpoolLovesYou Wrote: [ -> ]It's harmful to the health of whomever makes me angry.


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Lmao

The Hulk? Man, he's got nothing on Deadpool :p
(05-14-2019, 02:07 PM)Catch Wrote: [ -> ]
(05-14-2019, 02:04 PM)DeadpoolLovesYou Wrote: [ -> ]It's harmful to the health of whomever makes me angry.


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Lmao

The Hulk? Man, he's got nothing on Deadpool :p

Yes, my friend Bruce lacks subtlety..

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Personally... I try to talk it through first...  It usually ends with "apply directly to the forehead"
It's true.

I was very angry for some time, I was ill and in pain from it, and miserable the whole time. When the anger left so did most of the health issues.


I still get angry at least twice a week, I hulk out and destroy shit, but I'm working on that. Chuckle Sometimes slamming hard boiled eggs at the kitchen walls make me feel better.
(05-14-2019, 12:28 PM)Ironhide Wrote: [ -> ]Both are negatives both have negative results on your overall health.


Being angry or being sad aren’t particularly ideal dispositions for sound mental health, but which is worse when it comes to physical health? A new study finds that anger appears to be much more harmful, with the potential to increase one’s risk for ailments like heart disease, arthritis, and even cancer in old age.

Older adults may be more prone to feeling upset as their health worsens and day-to-day tasks grow more challenging. But for those who seem to become angry over the most trivial things, here’s more reason to show greater concern rather than shrug them off as simply becoming the grumpy old men or angry old ladies in our lives.

Researchers say that older adults who regularly show anger are more likely to have higher levels of inflammation, which can lead to numerous chronic illnesses. Inflammation occurs when the immune system attempts to protect the body and fight off bacterial infections and viruses after an injury or when battling an illness.

https://www.studyfinds.org/anger-more-ha...ess-study/

1. Nothing new, we've known for decades scientifically that the biggest predictor of 'heart disease" is "anger", and it isn't always apparent as a lot of people "suppress" rather than put the effort into healing it's root causes.

2. There are many levels of it just like there are many levels of "emotion". Some are harmless, and some are definitely not. It depends how long that the person has held it deeply and how entrenched it is in their being. Those that are the most "unforgiving", tend to hold on to the most "anger", also those that are absolutely, "fixed" about things in their lives. I've noticed that people that have had "strokes', tend to have been a very "fixed" person, even in their young lives.

3. However, don't let the medical profession push the "blame" onto people for their health issues and life choices because the health profession didn't do their utmost to help. In fact, there are a lot of very "angry" people due to what the medical profession have done. Furthermore, trying to make the elderly feel 'guilty" for their health conditions, breaks down their immune systems even more.

4. People can become "angry" and "sad" when the medical profession don't give the people what they require to help them feel better. Also when the medical profession say an operation is required when it fact some of those surgeons are just using people to get more surgery experience. I have at least one case that we saved from having to have an operation that wasn't necessary.

5. The medical profession are still associating chronic conditions with the immune system when in fact, there is a lot more to the physical body and its make-up. So for instance remember the health thread that I did and in it Dr Berg shared with us about the impact of oral on knees? I've heard of another case recently, the woman has oral issues, and years ago I also warned her not to keep on walking so far, due to wearing out her body. She refused to listen.

6. Arthritis is a complex issue, as there are different types of it, it's not an immune issue. It's usually genetic and there are nutritional requirements too. People can't live their lives nutritionally deficient than expect not to get a chronic condition of any type. Also some arthritis is caused by physical injuries to the body. It's not a one size fits all and that is what the medical profession try to do. Then there are what the LORD referred to as "Physiological Neurone Disorders". There is a lot more work for the neuroscientists to comprehend about the neurones and the messages that they deliver to the body.

7 The same as "sadness" there are different levels of it. Some leaves quickly, with some depending on their situation and life condition and causes of it. Again, it depends how deep seated it is.

Heartflowers
(05-14-2019, 05:24 PM)Debauchery Wrote: [ -> ]It's true.

I was very angry for some time, I was ill and in pain from it, and miserable the whole time. When the anger left so did most of the health issues.


I still get angry at least twice a week, I hulk out and destroy shit, but I'm working on that.  Chuckle Sometimes slamming hard boiled eggs at the kitchen walls make me feel better.

Chuckle

You'd be so much fun lol
(05-14-2019, 06:46 PM)KOMMA Wrote: [ -> ]
(05-14-2019, 12:28 PM)Ironhide Wrote: [ -> ]Both are negatives both have negative results on your overall health.


Being angry or being sad aren’t particularly ideal dispositions for sound mental health, but which is worse when it comes to physical health? A new study finds that anger appears to be much more harmful, with the potential to increase one’s risk for ailments like heart disease, arthritis, and even cancer in old age.

Older adults may be more prone to feeling upset as their health worsens and day-to-day tasks grow more challenging. But for those who seem to become angry over the most trivial things, here’s more reason to show greater concern rather than shrug them off as simply becoming the grumpy old men or angry old ladies in our lives.

Researchers say that older adults who regularly show anger are more likely to have higher levels of inflammation, which can lead to numerous chronic illnesses. Inflammation occurs when the immune system attempts to protect the body and fight off bacterial infections and viruses after an injury or when battling an illness.

https://www.studyfinds.org/anger-more-ha...ess-study/

1. Nothing new, we've known for decades scientifically that the biggest predictor of 'heart disease" is "anger", and it isn't always apparent as a lot of people "suppress" rather than put the effort into healing it's root causes.

2. There are many levels of it just like there are many levels of "emotion". Some are harmless, and some are definitely not. It depends how long that the person has held it deeply and how entrenched it is in their being. Those that are the most "unforgiving", tend to hold on to the most "anger", also those that are absolutely, "fixed" about things in their lives. I've noticed that people that have had "strokes', tend to have been a very "fixed" person, even in their young lives.

3. However, don't let the medical profession push the "blame" onto people for their health issues and life choices because the health profession didn't do their utmost to help. In fact, there are a lot of very "angry" people due to what the medical profession have done. Furthermore, trying to make the elderly feel 'guilty" for their health conditions, breaks down their immune systems even more.

4. People can become "angry" and "sad" when the medical profession don't give the people what they require to help them feel better. Also when the medical profession say an operation is required when it fact some of those surgeons are just using people to get more surgery experience. I have at least one case that we saved from having to have an operation that wasn't necessary.

5. The medical profession are still associating chronic conditions with the immune system when in fact, there is a lot more to the physical body and its make-up. So for instance remember the health thread that I did and in it Dr Berg shared with us about the impact of oral on knees? I've heard of another case recently, the woman has oral issues, and years ago I also warned her not to keep on walking so far, due to wearing out her body. She refused to listen.

6. Arthritis is a complex issue, as there are different types of it, it's not an immune issue. It's usually genetic and there are nutritional requirements too. People can't live their lives nutritionally deficient than expect not to get a chronic condition of any type. Also some arthritis is caused by physical injuries to the body. It's not a one size fits all and that is what the medical profession try to do. Then there are what the LORD referred to as "Physiological Neurone Disorders". There is a lot more work for the neuroscientists to comprehend about the neurones and the messages that they deliver to the body.

7 The same as "sadness" there are different levels of it. Some leaves quickly, with some depending on their situation and life condition and causes of it. Again, it depends how deep seated it is.

Heartflowers


Maybe this is why the elite strive so much in promoting negativity because it makes us sad and angry. End result we get trapped in their nest of death pills
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