Very many people try to fight their own incontinence, considering it a bad quality of character. And this is logical, since it’s rather difficult to deal with a quick-tempered person, as these people are often condemned. But scientists are sure that the “hot” character is a pledge of longevity.
So, experts from the University of Jena (Germany) argue that people who are quick-tempered live longer than those who are used to restrain emotions. These results were announced after the experience, which involved 6 thousand people. Scientists noted that when a person tries to restrain negative emotions , his pulse dramatically increases.
It is because of this that such restraint can lead to high blood pressure and the development of many diseases, including ischemic disease and cancer. In addition, the authors of the experiment called people who prefer to control their negative emotions, “repressors” and combined them into a risk group. In addition, scientists stressed that the irascible Italians live on average 2 years more than the more reserved English. And research, of course, explains this pattern.