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Friday, 11 November 2011

Often sufferers of High Blood Miscommunication

NOT only endanger the health, high blood pressure can also cause you to misread the intentions of people and reduced ability to respond to anger or other emotions.

A psychology professor James and colleagues from Clemson University shows that people with high blood pressure decreased ability to recognize expressions of anger, fear, sadness, and happiness. "For example, if your boss angry, you could have mistakenly thought he was just joking," said james, in the November issue of the journal Psychosomatic Medicine, 2011.

"This can lead to miscommunication, poor job performance, and enhance the psychosocial pressures. It was like living in a virtual world without the smiley face emoticon," doctor said.

"We used to typing a smiley face at the e-mail or chat to show that we are only joking in order to avoid misinterpreting the humor and anger.

If it is less able to dampen emotions, you probably can not read the emotional meaning in other people's faces or their verbal communication, "McCubbin said." You can not fully assess the threats from the environment. "

McCubbin said the relationship between emotion and high blood pressure is believed to be involved in the development of hypertension and coronary heart disease risk, the second largest killer of men and women in the United States


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