In the study, conducted at the University of Pittsburgh, 304 women were examined. The women participating in the study were asked how often they expressed their anger. The ultrasound images of the women and the results of their interviews with the occlusions in the heart vessels were compared.
Long-term stress causes inflammation in the heart!
Accordingly, it was stated that long-term stress leads to inflammation. It is stated that heart health professionals should also include social and emotional factors in the scope of preventive plans for the health of their patients.