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Anger is Healthy

There is an unique study to maintain emotional health. One way is to vent your anger occasionally. Rather than buried, must be removed so as not to explode.

Dr. Neus Herrero from University of Valencia say, the left frontal brain associated with positive emotions, whereas on the right associated with negative emotions.

Spilling anger can increase blood flow to the brain associated with happiness. In a study conducted by experts from Spain is known that the hemispheres are more stimulated when someone is angry.

Anger also has other positive benefits, which triggers change in the body that controls the heart and hormones. Of the 30 respondents proved the decrease of the hormone cortisol and testosterone increases.

However, Herro remind the negative effects of anger, the rise in blood pressure. Therefore, the anger would be a fair surge of emotion when we managed to express appropriately.

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