Managing Anger –
Study says Angry Men cause Injuries
February 1st, 2006
A new report
published in the January/February issue of Annals of Family Medicine
found that Anger increases the chance of a person becoming injured. Men
were injured from anger more often than women.
studied more than 2,500 patients. By going over the interviews of the
people that were seriously injured in the emergency room, the
researchers found that 31.7 percent of these patients had some amount of
irritability just before being injured. There was 18.1 percent that
reported being angry and 13.2 percent felt hostile before the injury
patients did not feel angry before their accident. There was a common
link with people that had intentional injuries from another person that
was angry at the time of the injury.
reinforced that anger causes injuries and the relationship between anger
and injury is very real. It would be good to learn to manage anger and
try not to get upset by things as a trip to the hospital doesn’t sound
like a good time.
Best Syndication Staff Writer
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