How Emotions Kill Us

Stress and negative emotions affect the body in a variety of very tangible and psychological ways. Especially in people with irregular heart rhythms, mental stress can trigger dangerous heart rate clutter. This mess is enough to cause a heart attack. Even people who do not suffer from arrhythmias may experience this risk. For example, after a World Trade Center attack on New York, cardiovascular events such as heart attack and stroke increase multiplied.

How Emotions Kill Us

The mental pressure triggers a decrease in blood flow to the heart, which worsening the risk of death in people who have since previously blocked from arterial obstruction. Mental stress increases the need for oxygen as blood pressure and heart rate speed increases.

At the same time, the hardening of the arteries inhibits blood flow more severely. The coronary artery in the heart is also shrinkage, which further lowers the blood supply to the heart. Mental stress also causes the inner part of the blood vessels to be scraping, thereby increasing the risk of sudden death from heart disorders.

Sudden stress will trigger endothelial dysfunction, a medical term to depict the malfunction of the arteries, as well as the failure of the arteries to expand.

Swiss researchers found a noticeable decline in the development of blood vessels after the emergence of mental pressure. This condition also increases diastolic blood pressure from 83 to 96 and the heartbeat rises from 63 to 81 throbbing per minute.

Doctors can measure the levels of some chemical compounds circulating in the blood circulation when you feel depressed, upset and upset. Cortisol, adrenaline, noradrenaline, and other compounds you don't need to remember or hear, play an important role in raising blood pressure. At the beginning of human evolution, these chemical compounds help us to face the fight of life or death. '

For example, caveman. They certainly feel very anxious when dealing with wild animals that want to make them a dinner menu. However, the pressure did not last long. After successfully conquering the beast, they will sit on a stone or tree and relax.

At other times, they even fertilized the victory while sitting around a campfire. In other words, their stress doesn't last constantly, as we face today. This is the curse of modern life for most people.

According to the doctors working in Sweden. Hypersensitive men who are unable to cope with the stressful situation facing a higher risk of stroke.

The researchers observed 238 hypersensitive men from 1982 to 1996. They concluded that men who were unable to find a strategy to tackle or break the conflict would someday have a stroke. They do not work methodically. They tried some strategies regardless of whether the strategy was potent. If it lasts continuously, such behavior will create a
Wear and tear conditions in the body.

Let's summarize the stages. You experience mental stress at work, but don't find a way to cope with it. Your blood pressure continues to increase during working hours. The stressful situation is repeated every day. At first, your blood pressure returns to normal when the working hours expire. In the end, your blood pressure remains high even when it's not working hours. You are also officially suffering from hypertension. As a hypertensive patient, you are now more at risk of having a heart attack or stroke when dealing with situations that provoke negative emotions.

These risks will increase many times with increased cholesterol levels, a relaxed lifestyle, smoking habits, diabetes, and other factors.

This is not an interesting crystal ball prediction to hear, isn't it?

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