“When you have heart disease, you start to be tired of everything. It’s like getting older. You become more white, and after that, grey. You have no feeling for anything.” – Gerard Depardieu
The most commonly reported incident preceding a heart attack is an emotionally upsetting event, particularly one that involves anger. Recent studies provide clear and convincing evidence that psychosocial factors contribute significantly to the development of coronary artery disease.
“Do you curse and blast the horn furiously if the driver in front of you takes three seconds to notice the green light? An angry temperament can hurt more than relationships — anger and heart disease may go hand in hand, according to experts.” – WebMed
Did You Know?
Laughing relaxes and expands blood vessels, which helps protect the heart.