How To Argue With Your Partner
The Way You Argue With Your Partner Could Impact Your Health
Do you bicker with your partner? And when you do, is it an explosive brawl, or are you more of a sulker? It's important to consider, because the answers to these questions could have a significant impact on your health, according to a new study.
Research has shown that they way husbands and wives argue is linked to specific health problems later in life. The study, which was conducted by the University of California, tracked 156 heterosexual couples from 1989 onwards, looking at the link between their emotions and their health outcomes.
For those who opt for a screaming match, scientists found that outbursts of anger were a predictor for heart problems later in life. Flying off the handle was also linked to chest pain and high blood pressure.
More of a broody type? Shutting down emotionally, the scientists found, increased the risk of ailments such as a bad back or stiff muscles.
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