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Risk of heart attack tripled by exercising while angry, study finds

Experts say extreme emotional triggers could have same effect on the body as physical exertion Attempting to “blow off steam” through vigorous exercise could triple the risk of a heart attack within the hour, experts say. Being very upset or angry more than doubles the risk of a heart attack within an hour, while heavy physical exertion does the same, a worldwide study suggested.
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