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Why? Because studies show that having healthy emotional habits also improves your physical health.
Try to be more positive and avoid the blame game. Adults who point fingers or get vindictive when they’re angry are 31% more likely to develop heart problems. According to a study at the Columbia University Medical School, adults who discuss their anger directly and try to work things out have no increase in anger-related heart disease.