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Venting Is Good for You So Get it Off Your Chest [SURVEY]

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Have you ever heard that bottling up your anger is bad for your health? I have heard that venting your frustrations can make you live longer. So here is your chance to vent for your health.

Tell us what is bothering you. We want you to be healthy. A new study in Germany found that people who aired their rage lived an average of two years longer than those who kept it locked up. The theory being that bottling up your anger increases anxiety and your heart rate, thus increasing the risk of high blood pressure and heart disease.

[Source: NY Daily News]

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