Men prone to angry tantrums or sulky hostility are more likely to develop an irregular heart rhythm called atrial fibrillation, researchers say.
Having a Type-A personality alone is not enough to predispose a man to heart disease, the researchers report in the journal Circulation. But men who described themselves as fiery- or quick-tempered, hot-headed, furious when criticized or wanting to hit someone when frustrated were 30% more likely to suffer from atrial fibrillation, an irregular heart rhythm that can lead to sudden death.
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