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How does anger affect our bodies?

Why we get mad -- and why it's healthy | Ryan Martin

July 10

Anger is a part of a pattern of physiological experiences that exists. When we’re mad, our heart rate and breathing increase. We start to sweat, which is our sympathetic nervous system kicking in the energy for us to respond. Our digestion system also slows down to help us conserve energy.


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