A new study in Psychosomatic Medicine found that holding in anger can lead to lower-back pain. Now here it is, scientists attached electrodes along the spines of 94 people with chronic back pain and then asked them to recall an upsetting event. Those who had bottled up their anger had 30 percent more tension in their lumbar regions, compared with basline levels. "Anger provokes a fight-or-flight response, which includes preparing large muscle groups for actions", says lead author John Burns, Ph.D. So when someone raised your ire, dont stew, get it off your chest, and your back will thank you..
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