Tip: Expressing Anger Appropriately

Research shows that both repressing anger and repeated expressions of hostility cause a buildup of homocysteine.

Expressing Anger in a Healthy WayResearch shows that both repressing anger and repeated expressions of hostility cause a buildup of homocysteine, a chemical in the blood that has been associated with heart disease.

Call to Action:

Learning to acknowledge and express anger appropriately is the best way to keep it from creating long-term health, career and relationship problems.

To your wellness,

Lynn

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