Scientists came to the conclusion that the evil life of the elderly is shorter than the life of good.
angry old man
Experts from the University of Concordia in Montreal, Canada attended to the question of how bouts of rage and anger affect the duration of life of older people. It is no secret that some old people are just unbearable – they splash out anger on others, even on the most insignificant occasions. It turned out that this behavior negatively affects the health and reduces the chances to live to a ripe old age.
Scientists watched life two hundred residents at the age from 59 to 93 years. From time to time, the researchers collected their blood samples, and conducted surveys in which figured out how often a person feels angry, anger, depression and other negative emotions and States. At the end of the observation period, canadian scientists have explored this and found an interesting pattern. It turned out that the elderly aged 80 years, who daily felt the rage and anger are much more likely to suffer from inflammation and chronic diseases than others. All this shortens their lifespan compared to the good old.
Scientists attribute this to the fact that younger participants of the experiment still have power to rework your anger into motivation to be more active. But the anger is over the age of 80 years invariably lead to tragic consequences.
Experts said that older people are evil not because they were so bad my whole life. Often it is a psychological reaction to the loss of loved ones, loss of past physical capabilities and so on. Scientists suggest the elderly find pluses in their lives and try to avoid stress to live a longer life.
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