Let’s get real — we all feel like doing this sometimes.

While expressing your anger in a safe way can help release your pent-up frustrations, experts say that regularly getting angry can negatively affect your health.

According to a study published in the European Heart Journal in 2014, people who have an angry outburst once a month and have low cardiovascular risks are slightly more likely to have a heart attack.

However, those who have higher cardiovascular risks are almost five times more likely to suffer from a heart attack.

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