Anger is one of the most common human emotions, and it can be described as an emotional response to a specific situation, environment, or person. People who have done you wrong can make you feel angry but also experiences such as losing at a game, just to name one. In most cases, anger’s emotional manifestations are associated with physical effects. Angry people might display higher blood pressures, as well as increased heart rates and adrenaline levels. These are also some of the reasons why chronic anger (being angry very frequently) could be linked with adverse health effects.
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