Study Confirms That Angry Girlfriends Improve a Man’s Health. It’s Time to Show Him Your Fierce Side

9The key is control

In regards to the males, the researchers were surprised. They found all aspects of the analysis gave opposite results to the women. Men who were in a relationship with their women who tended to be dominating and control-oriented, critical of them or made several demands actually possessed a lower risk of developing diabetes in future. Now that is something astonishing. While women’s health was impacted by the positive aspects of the relationship, men were more impacted by dominating and critical women who also possessed a controlling attitude over them. Perhaps such women maybe reminding them of their mothers, you never know.

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10Regulated behavior

Such men did not just have a lower risk of diabetes but they also possessed an improved chance of regulating and controlling their blood sugar in diabetes itself. The scientists stressed that such results were not because of continued conflict in the relationship but more because of one partner’s efforts to monitor their partner’s health which was conveyed through demands and criticism.

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11A sign of intelligence

A study conducted by the School of Psychology of the University of South Wales found that women with a bad temper were smarter and also could make better decisions. This was because they were found to be more skeptical and this helped them be more analytical and objective when making careful decisions. They also were good in articulating messages in a persuasive and effective manner. This is why their partners paid more attention to them and experienced an improved state of health.

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12The dark side of having a bad temper

Given the fact that women with strong personalities possessed certain advantages like adept at making decisions, but research by author Juan Manuel Romero Villa, who wrote the book “He Who Gets Mad, Gets Fat” found that those who were in a bad mood also invited the risk of weight gain. The reason for this was that in such a condition, the body releases adrenaline and cortisol that can cause inflammation thereby reducing the body’s ability to release energy. This again accumulated fat and led to weight gain.

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Perhaps moderation of everything is the key and too much of a good thing is bad. Thus, even if a bad-tempered woman is good for a man’s health, she shouldn’t consider losing it all the time for the sake of her own health. Life is so complicated.

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