Constant Arguing ‘Increases Premature Death Risk’

According to some Danish researchers, ‘Having frequent arguments with partners, friends or relatives can increase the risk of death in middle-age’.

Writing in the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, they said men and those that are not in work were most vulnerable.

The study went on to say that dealing with worries and demands from close family was also linked to a higher mortality risk and an individual’s personality and ability to deal with stress is likely to play a role in the findings.

According to the BBC report, previous research suggests people with high levels of anxiety and demands from partners and children, and those who often argue with close family members, could be at a higher risk of heart disease and strokes.


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