Feel like smashing something when you’re angry? Anger rooms can help you with that. But can they help you learn to better express and manage your emotions?
A newly published study confirms what people have suspected for years – that getting very angry is bad for your heart. The study, published in February in the European Heart Journal: Acute Cardiovascular Care, a journal of the European Society of Cardiology, found that extreme anger can trigger heart attacks. The study encourages doctors to look … Read More
When it comes to anger, the heart-brain connection is strong. We know from studies that men who are quick to anger are more likely to develop premature heart disease and five times more likely to have an early heart attack. This was discovered in a 36-year study at John’s Hopkins of more than 1,300 medical … Read More
Let’s face it. We all get mad every once in a while. But it’s how you handle the anger that can change the outcome. Scott Bea, Psy.D., a clinical psychologist at Cleveland Clinic, says that often our inability to control anger is inherited, but the key is developing the skills to control it. He offers … Read More