How Anger Impacts Our Long-Term Health

In today’s Mental Health Check, we’re talking about anger management. For some people, it’s easier said than done.

Being angry doesn’t just ruin your mood, but it could directly impact your heart health. A new study finds that a surge of anger can increase the risk of cardiac vascular diseases like heart attacks and strokes.

Clinical and family psychologist, Dr. Jennifer Hartstein of Hartstein Psychologist Services, joins NBC News Now to discuss anger management and the negative health effects that come with it.

It’s important to understand that anger is a natural emotion, but unregulated it can be harmful. It’s something we all experience at different times, but there are some things we have to be mindful of.

Watch now to learn how to deal with angry emotions when they arise and when in the moment, how to calm down.

2024-06-10T16:45:32-04:00All Posts, Media, Videos|
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