Negative emotions are tied to increased risk of heart disease

09/15/2010 |

U.S. researchers found that heart patients with a Type D personality, which is characterized by negative emotions and social inhibition, were about 3.7 times more likely to experience cardiovascular problems in the future than those with other personality types. Type D patients also had a threefold greater risk of anxiety, depression and other types of emotional distress, the study revealed.

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